Articles Tagged ‘Jetstar Airways’
Jetstar Airways makes Brisbane its sixth Australian airport with a Denpasar service.
Jetstar Airways starts low frequency one-stop flights between Melbourne and Osaka Kansai.
New Zealand’s big three airports handled 26 million passengers in 2013; Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington all growing
New Zealand’s three biggest airports all reported traffic growth in 2013 and handled a record 26 million passengers between them. We look at domestic and international traffic growth at each airport and reveal which country markets are growing fastest. We also reveal which two new international connections launched last year.
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 […]
Airbus delivers more units than Boeing for the second month in a row; Xiamen Airlines receives its 100th Boeing aircraft, a 737-800
Airbus delivers 58 airframes in November, more units than the American manufacturer for the second month in a row. However, Boeing continues to lead the 2013 delivery race by 19 units with just one month of data to go.
Jetstar Airways starts it second international destination from Adelaide with thrice-weekly flights to Bali competing with Virgin Australia Airlines.
Jetstar Airways starts flights from Melbourne Airport in Australia to Phuket Airport in Thailand; and flights from Adelaide Airport in Australia to Auckland Airport in New Zealand.
Wellington Airport predicted to have a record passenger year by anna.aero with an excellent SVID result to boot
Wellington; nicknamed Welly, Windy Welly and even Wellywood, is home to Wellington International Airport. Ranked as New Zealand’s #2 passenger airport, anna.aero investigates its SVID ranking and predicts a record passenger year by the end of 2013.
Jetstar Airways becomes only carrier to link Lombok Island in Indonesia with Australia, as flights from Perth are launched.
Three Qantas bosses have all said how important the group’s (Mainline, QantasLink and Jetstar) combined 65% domestic market share is to the Australian airline. anna.aero investigates whether this is being achieved on some of the country’s biggest routes.
Gold Coast Airport on growth wave: 7% passenger traffic increase in 2012; Jetstar and Virgin Australia dominate
Situated on the coastline world famous for its waves, Gold Coast Airport has been challenged by traffic seasonality over the years. However, new long-haul services and competition between the airport’s two main carriers could see the airport break 6m annual passengers this year.
Adelaide reports 16% growth in seats; Emirates drives international expansion; Jetstar Airways up 16%
South Australia capital Adelaide is the country’s fifth largest city, but does it punch above its weight when it comes to passenger numbers? What effect will new arrivals Emirates and Tiger Aiways Australia have on the airport’s relatively flat monthly passenger profile? Is its route to Sydney growing faster than its biggest route to Melbourne?