Articles Tagged ‘KWI’
Kuwait Airways re-starts flights to Istanbul after a near three-year hiatus; daily flights to face heavy competition.
Is this the least dynamic LCC in the world, or simply one that is hampered by its tricky geographical location? Is there anybody in the Jazeera Airways Network Planning Department anymore? anna.aero blows away the cobwebs to see if anyone is home.
Air Arabia Jordan begins flights between the cities of Amman and Kuwait City.
Cebu Pacific Air now links Manila to Kuwait with thrice-weekly flights.
Possibly the best winner’s photograph that anna.aero has received in the FTWA competition so far — Tokyo Narita’s firefighters pose proudly in all their cosmic gear along with their ‘Arch of Triumph’ winner’s certificate from last week.
Kuwait International Airport heading for 10-million passenger milestone; Cebu Pacific Air starts flights from Manila
Oil-rich Kuwait is not trying to create another regional aviation mega hub, but has still seen passenger numbers double in the last decade at its only airport. We reveal the airport’s leading airlines and some of the route developments that have occurred in 2014.
Cebu Pacific Air grows long-haul routes with new Kuwait and Sydney services; already dominates Philippine domestic market
Cebu Pacific Air is extending its network reach to Australia and Kuwait. We reveal how rapidly the airline has grown in recent years and which are the airline’s biggest routes as measured by ASKs
Jazeera Airways now links Kuwait to Istanbul Atatürk with thrice-weekly flights, using its A320s and competing with Turkish Airlines.
Last week’s winners and 2014 ‘Arch of Triumph’ leaders Munich Airport proudly exhibit their FTWA certificate. However, 11 more airports throw their respective firefighter’s helmets into the ring this week to see if they can remove the Germans from their #1 position.
Kuwait Airways resumes flights to Lahore in competition with two other carriers.
Pegasus Airlines now links Brussels Charleroi and Kuwait City to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen, utilising 737-800s.
flynas links Saudi and Kuwaiti capital cities, joining existing services from Madinah, Taif and Jeddah.