Articles Tagged ‘HKG’
Two Arch of Triumph entries, almost two years apart, and two Arch of Triumph wins for Columbus Airport in the US. These guys certainly have an impressive strike rate. Find out which of this week’s dynamic duo of FTWAs does the deed this time out.
Dragonair now links Hong Kong and Hiroshima with twice-weekly flights.
AirAsia retains its #1 spot at Malaysia’s second biggest airport Kota Kinabalu; Shanghai Airlines becomes airline #13
The latest addition to the portfolio of carriers operating at Kota Kinabalu was China Eastern Airlines’ subsidiary Shanghai Airlines on 15 July. With no new routes on the horizon and recent impressive passenger growth being derailed, anna.aero takes stock of which routes and airlines are on the right track at Malaysia’s second biggest airport.
Vietnam in Asian ANNIES fast-growing airport win double; Spring Airlines surprises in airline awards
Just like in 80s mega movie Top Gun ‒ “there’s no points for second place” – there are also no certificates for the runners-up in the 2015 Asian ANNIES. However, there will be certificates for the eight airport and six airline winners of this year’s competition. Find out who made Top Gun this time around.
HK Express launches services from its Hong Kong hub to Bangkok Don Mueang – an airport pair already served by City Airways and Thai AirAsia.
Following their table-topping FTWA last week, it is not surprising that the Slovakian firefighters couldn’t wait to get their hands on the certificate and get in front of the camera. Meanwhile, nine airports from across the world tussle over this week’s award.
Etihad Airways begins flights to Hong Kong – no direct competition, but MEB3 carriers Emirates and Qatar Airways will compete for transfer passengers.
With a table-topping score of 36.7, Portland Airport’s Aircraft Fire and Rescue C Shift have a lot to be proud of this week. Meanwhile, 10 airports from across the world slug it out for this week’s award.
Jetstar Japan makes Hong Kong its first international route from Tokyo Narita.
The relationship between Asia and Africa has grown considerably in recent years as both regions are becoming more actively engaged economically. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of the two regions, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between Asia and Africa.
anna.aero undertakes an in-depth analysis of exactly what are the top 12 routes flown by the world’s biggest carrier – American Airlines – from its busiest operational base in terms of weekly seat capacity this May – Dallas/Fort Worth Airport.
Seattle-Tacoma reports 7.7% traffic growth in 2014; Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines compete on 44 routes
Seattle-Tacoma (which hosts ACI-NA’s JumpStart® Air Service Development Conference in June) handled 37.5 million passengers last year. With a total of 22 airlines serving the airport, anna.aero takes a closer look at the aggressive competition between Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines and reveals how dominant the local carrier is this May.