Articles Tagged ‘ICN’
Thailand’s fourth busiest airport according to AOT, Chiang Mai, has grown rapidly over recent years, seeing several new services and noting a new high passenger record in 2013. anna.aero takes a closer look at how Chiang Mai has developed in the last 12 months and reveals which are its top 12 destinations.
Vanilla Air makes Sapporo Chitose and Seoul Incheon its latest destinations with multiple daily flights.
Hawaii’s ASKs have grown by 7% in 12 months as the state has become increasingly attractive for airline route development. In fact, Air China has recently launched its first route to Hawaii on 21 January. anna.aero investigates how the Hawaiian market has changed over time and how dominant Hawaiian Airlines is.
The relationship between Asia and Australasia has grown considerably over the years as both regions are actively engaged economically and culturally. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of both regions, resulting in flights increasing by 15% and ASKs up 5.9%, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between the two […]
Budapest’s S14 capacity growth; Hamilton and Tampa show-off certificates; Marseille Airport’s first leisure flights from Seoul in April; Leeds Bradford’s capacity boost in 2014
Another busy week for Network Planning Community News, including S14 capacity growth at Budapest Airport, Hamilton and Tampa Airports showing-off their certificates, and other newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
t’way air adds Saga and Sapporo Chitose to its small international network from South Korea.
Czech Airlines, one of the oldest carriers in Europe, celebrated its 90th anniversary in June. The loss-making carrier, which has been fighting for its survival, is showing signs of a revival, thanks to its partnership with Korean Air. anna.aero investigates the carrier’s future prospects.
Eastar Jet joins six other airlines in serving the Seoul Incheon-Hong Kong market.
South Korean LCC Eastar Jet will celebrate its fifth birthday in January and now operates nine 737s. It has recently been expanding its international network from Seoul Incheon Airport, but 60% of its weekly flights are still allocated to a single domestic route; Seoul Gimpo-Jeju.
Eastar Jet joins Korean Air and Asiana Airlines linking Seoul Incheon with Siem Reap in Cambodia.
Jin Air joins parent company Korean Air in serving Seoul-Chiang Mai market.
South Korean carriers dominate the market from Seoul Incheon to Japan; ANA withdraws from the market
As Jin Air increases its offering from Seoul Incheon to Japan this week with the launch of services to Nagasaki, anna.aero examines the latest changes in the market.