Articles Tagged ‘KHH’
Peach Aviation introduces new service from Okinawa to Kaohsiung.
Tigerair Taiwan takes on legacy carriers – Taipei Taoyuan #1 operation and growing fast; Japan most important country market
Tigerair Taiwan became the first Taiwan-based LCC in 2014 (and still is) and has increased capacity by more than 250% since 2015. We take a look at what airports feed this animal the most, as well as which routes are proving to be a roaring success.
Sydney-Osaka is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” ‒ over 275,000 searches; Jetstar’s next Kansai connection?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last year over 275,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Sydney and Osaka ‒ but the route is unserved!? We reckon there could be up to five different carriers which may have this link on their respective to-do lists – but who will tick it off […]
Tigerair Taiwan connects Kaohsiung twice-weekly with Okinawa in Japan.
VietJetAir starts new routes to Hong Kong, Kaohsiung and Seoul Incheon.
Vanilla Air is fifth biggest carrier at Tokyo Narita; ANA’s LCC starting first route from Osaka Kansai later this month
Vanilla Air is a 100%-owned subsidiary of All Nippon Airways. We reveal how much competition the LCC faces on each route and how it compares with other carriers at Tokyo’s Narita Airport.
Kaohsiung Airport passes 6 million passenger milestone in 2015; welcomed three new airlines – AirAsia, Scoot and Tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan’s second biggest airport has seen passenger growth of almost 50% in the last four years. We look at traffic trends over the last decade, the leading airlines and routes, and what new services were launched in 2015.
Although the six million annual passenger barrier is perhaps another 12 months away, Macau International Airport has had its best year ever, surpassing its previous record year of 2007 after seeing four years of consecutive growth. anna.aero delves into Macau’s key markets, routes and airlines to discover its secrets.
China Airlines now connects Taipei to Melbourne with onward service to Christchurch.
With back-to-back wins, Asia’s airports have considerably narrowed the gap between themselves and the inter-regional league leaders Europe, with just two wins now separating the top two. Find out which Asian airport has done the business this week from the 10 competitors.
AirAsia introduces four new services to its network – with three of the sectors originating from the carrier’s Kuala Lumpur hub.
Scoot debuts services on its Singapore – Osaka Kansai route, a sector that operates via Bangkok Don Mueang thrice-weekly and via Kaohsiung thrice-weekly.