Articles Tagged ‘Jetstar Asia’
Jetstar Asia adds new link from Clark in the Philippines to Osaka Kansai.
Europe’s airports have gone three weeks without a win in the 2017 Arch of Triumph competition, as Asia wins two times on the bounce, following a win for Australasia in Week 44. Find out what score your airport needs to secure a last minute slot on this year’s leader board.
Jetstar Asia launches new route from Singapore to Clark.
Jetstar Asia commences three times weekly service from Singapore to Okinawa.
Lanzarote Airport loves its latest addition to its fire station wall – an anna.aero Arch of Triumph certificate
Three years on from its first ever win in the Arch of Triumph competition, for an FTWA marking the arrival of easyJet’s Hamburg service, Lanzarote Airport takes its second title, this time for its water arch salute to celebrate Volotea’s Nantes route. Check out the picture of the seven proudest men in the Canary Islands.
Jetstar Asia connects Singapore and Sanya with twice-weekly flights.
Jetstar Asia adds new links from Singapore to Pekanbaru and Guiyang.
Jetstar Asia links Singapore with Da Nang, competing with SilkAir.
anna.aero sister event Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2015 is now just a week away and time is running out to register for your free pass to attend Asia’s largest passenger experience expo. More than 1,000 forward-thinking air transport industry figures have already registered – will you be joining them in Singapore?
Jetstar Asia set to launch three new routes later this year; 18 aircraft fleet makes it Singapore Changi’s fourth biggest airline
With Singapore celebrating 50 years of independence we look at the country’s biggest airline that isn’t part of Singapore Airlines. We reveal Jetstar Asia’s growth, route development and how much competition it faces on its routes.
Jetstar Asia CEO Barathan Pasupathi will deliver the inspirational opening keynote address at anna.aero’s sister initiative Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2015, which will host Asia’s largest free to attend passenger experience expo and is expected to attract more than 1,000 air transport industry figures from across Asia and beyond.
Singapore Changi Airport set to pass 55 million mark in 2015; Singapore Airlines group of carriers still account for over 50% of seats
Singapore will soon be the venue for the 137th IATA Slot Conference. We reveal how rapidly traffic has grown in the country, the leading airlines and country markets and how aircraft movements are spread across a typical day.