Articles Tagged ‘Ethiopian Airlines’
Windhoek to Johannesburg is Namibia’s number one route; Munich newest connection; Ethiopian Airlines, KLM and Qatar Airways to serve
Home to 2.1 million people, Namibia is a nation which is celebrating 26 years of independence from South Africa. During the past year seat capacity to the African nation is down 5.9%, with one carrier no longer serving. anna.aero takes a closer look into Namibia’s route map, showcases the country’s aviation developments of the last […]
Airbus and Boeing rack up the orders in Farnborough, however both are not performing to par in deliveries
Airbus and Boeing each had a successful year at the 2016 Farnborough Airshow last month, with both racking up the orders. However neither performed to the same level of July last year when it came to deliveries. Boeing extended its lead over Airbus in the 2016 delivery race to 93 units, while a total of […]
Ethiopian Airlines sets world record as it becomes seventh A350 operator; French Blue welcomes its first A330
After delivering 74 aircraft in June, Boeing has strengthened its lead over Airbus in the 2016 delivery race to 77 units, with the European counterpart distributing 64 aircraft in the sixth month of this year. The month was a celebration for new long-haul LCC French Blue, which welcomed its first A330-300, while Ethiopian Airlines became […]
Ethiopian Airlines begins thrice-weekly Addis Ababa – Lomé – New York Newark service – already serves Los Angeles and Washington Dulles.
Senegal capacity up 5.2%; Ghana and Togo markets gained; Turkey pledges to help complete construction of the country’s newest airport
This winter Senegal has connections to 24 country markets, the same as in W14/15. However, a shake-up in the markets served has changed, with two being dropped and replaced. anna.aero takes a closer look at the country market shift as well as Turkey’s investment into the country’s brand new Blaise Diagne Airport which will serve […]
New airline route announcements and fascinating facts and figures we came across this week (2016 – week 3)
In our newest feature we reveal what exciting route news and statistical trivia our data elves have come across during the last week while reading their e-mails (that’s short for elf-mail) and preparing this week’s stories.
Ethiopian Airlines commences a thrice-weekly link to Durban from Addis Ababa – a route it last operated in March 1998.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cork Airport welcomes the news that Aer Lingus Regional will launch two new UK routes, while Cathay Pacific Airways celebrates one year of Manchester services. More news also from St. Petersburg, Hamburg and Bengaluru airports.
The firefighters at Delhi Airport now have not one but two Arch of Triumph certificates on the station walls, both won in 2015 – and happy they are about it too. Find out which one of 11 global airports has won one of the last Arch of Triumph titles of 2015.
Turkish Airlines’ Kotil: “10 times more opportunity in Africa than in the rest of the world…like heaven in 20 years”
Africa’s links to the non-African world have grown by less than 6% in the last two years. Non-African carriers led by Turkish Airlines are driving the growth. We reveal the top 15 carriers and how they have grown (or not) in the last two years.
The merger of American Airlines and US Airways has resulted in the ‘new’ American becoming the number one carrier out of Los Angeles, with the number one carrier in S14, United Airlines, slipping to third. anna.aero investigates to see which airlines are growing the most from the Californian hub, and which markets are becoming more popular.
Sudan is a nation full of history and geographical wonders, such as the River Nile, where the water flows from South Sudan through the country on its journey to Egypt and the Mediterranean Sea. The route is known for vast cargo and people movement, however anna.aero is not interested in the frequency of boats up […]