Articles Tagged ‘KUL’
AirAsia restarts services from Kuala Lumpur to Dhaka – a service that was last flown in 2011.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Newcastle Airport celebrates its Route of the Week award; Portland celebrates its Cake of the Week win; Flybe celebrates the launch of flights to Corsica; Leeds Bradford celebrates milestone with British Airways; Jet2.com adds more routes; Vueling celebrates in Seville; and more.
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.
British Airways begins service between London Heathrow, in the United Kingdom, and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.
AirAsia connects Kuala Lumpur and Visakhapatnam with thrice-weekly flights.
AirAsia now serves over 60 destinations from its main Kuala Lumpur base; almost 75% of flights compete directly with Malaysia Airlines
AirAsia has now overtaken Malaysia Airlines to be the biggest carrier at KLIA. We reveal the airline’s growth during the last decade, leading and fastest-growing country markets, and overlap with national carrier.
Tehran Imam Khomeini Airport reports 23% capacity growth in 10 years; Germania arrives from Berlin Schönefeld and Düsseldorf
The main gateway to the largest city in Western Asia and to the capital of Iran, Tehran Imam Khomeini Airport (IKA) consolidated its annual capacity in recent years, offering around 2.9 million seats in 2014 (a new record high). With a total of 25 carriers flying to 46 destinations in 30 countries, anna.aero takes a […]
Malindo Air now connects Kuala Lumpur with Visakhapatnam with thrice-weekly flights.
AirAsia X now links Kuala Lumpur and Chongqing with four weekly flights.
Turkmenistan Airlines links Ashgabat with Riga and Kuala Lumpur with weekly flights.
Malindo Air takes on three other carriers on Kuala Lumpur-Kathmandu route.
Malindo Air’s dual-hub/fleet strategy in Kuala Lumpur; 21 routes launched in 2014 with Kathmandu coming next
Malindo Air launched operations in Malaysia in early 2013. It has already grown to a fleet of almost 20 aircraft and over 30 routes. We reveal the airline’s busiest airports, which routes have already been dropped and what’s coming next.