Articles Tagged ‘MFM’
Spring Airlines doubles capacity over past five years; Shanghai airports dominate route network, Thailand is leading international market
There were more than 18.5 million two-way seats available on Spring Airlines’ services in 2017. The Chinese LCC has experienced rapid growth over the past 10 years, during which time it introduced its first international destinations. We take a look at the Asian airline’s fast developing network, including its largest airports and routes.
Thai AirAsia begins a daily service between Phuket and Macau.
AirAsia launches two services from Johor Bahru in a single day, with new connections to India and Macau.
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.
Lanmei Airlines has begun services from Cambodia to Macau operating from Phnom Penh via Siem Reap.
Indonesia AirAsia connects Jakarta to Macau, a route it will serve three times weekly.
Beijing Capital Airlines begins Beijing flights to Lisbon and Macau.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, ANA celebrates the pending launch of Portugal’s first link to China as well as charter flights to Japan, and we have an anna.aero first – a new scheduled helicopter route celebration from Spain. More news also from Bratislava, Sohar and San Jose airports.
Philippines AirAsia is #3 carrier in the Philippines; now operating 30 routes across 20 airports with a fleet of 16 180-seat A320s
Previously known as Zest Air and then AirAsia Zest, Philippines AirAsia is growing steadily from its main Manila and Cebu hubs. We reveal the airline’s passenger numbers and load factors since 2013, its busiest airports and top 17 routes.
Tigerair Taiwan connects Taichung with Macau and Taipei with Jeju.
Jeju Air becomes fifth carrier to connect Seoul Incheon with Macau.
Air Seoul adds Hiroshima, Kota Kinabalu, Macau, Nagasaki and Yonago to its network.