Articles Tagged ‘HKG’
Although it is not the capital city, Siem Reap is the busiest airport in Cambodia – for the time being at least – serving as the gateway to the Angkor ruins – the country’s major tourism hot-spot. We take a look at the airport’s biggest airlines (and how they are growing) and its most important […]
Jetstar Pacific Airlines competes with two other carriers in connecting Ho Chi Minh City and Hong Kong.
Air Canada in its strongest position at Vancouver in ten years; mainline operation grows 18% in 12 months; Brisbane and Delhi now served
During the past year, Air Canada’s annual seat capacity from its second largest airport operation has risen by 18%. We take a closer look at Air Canada’s expansion from the British Columbia airport during the past decade, and to see how its Jazz and Rouge operations have also played an important part in its growth.
Tenerife North celebrates its Fire Truck Water Arch Part I Public Vote victory; Find out here which airport wins Part II
With 52%, 35% more than the second placed airport, Marseille scooped Part II of the W15/16 Public Vote. It’s back to normal business this week, with anna.aero’s four judges handing out the scores on this week’s nine entries from around the world.
HK Express is first carrier to connect Hong Kong with Nha Trang.
Hong Kong Airlines becomes third carrier to link Hong Kong and Auckland with daily flights.
Delta Air Lines is largest of SkyTeam’s 20 members with 25% of seats; Guangzhou joins Atlanta and Paris CDG in top three hubs
SkyTeam has 20 airline members which cover a network of over 1,000 airports in 177 countries across 3,700+ routes. We take a closer look at the size of all the carriers, the alliance’s top airports, as well as its top 12 routes in relation to ASKs and seats.
American Airlines leads the oneworld charge with 36% of alliance capacity; Dallas/Fort Worth is largest hub; LHR – HKG is #1 for ASKs
The oneworld alliance covers a network of 1,000+ airports and 3,600+ routes on a fleet of 3,571 aircraft. Last year, around 3.5 billion people flew around the world according to IATA, with 558 million flying on a oneword airline. This means that around 15%-16% of air travellers last year flew on a oneworld member aircraft. […]
Singapore, Schiphol and JFK top the international hubs in Asia, Europe and North America; Miami shows biggest improvement
New York JFK is the fifth busiest airport in North America, but when it comes to international capacity amongst the region’s top 10, it has the highest share of weekly seats. Find out where the world’s biggest airports rank when international and domestic capacity is evaluated at each.
Hong Kong Airlines becomes first carrier to link Hong Kong and Yonago.
American Airlines launches five routes from the Floridian airport to Cuba while Los Angeles is the second US city to be linked by the carrier to Hong Kong.
Handling less than 1.5 million annual passengers in 2015, this small European airport joins Sydney in becoming the only two airports to have won three Arch of Triumph titles in one year. Find out which airport it is here.