Articles Tagged ‘NRT’

Tulsa Airport receives Cake of the Week award

Tulsa Airport receives Cake of the Week award

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, easyJet welcomes passenger #10 million at Manchester, while Virgin Atlantic Airways arrives in Detroit and Delta Air Lines launches Seattle Tacoma to Denver. More news from Athens, Barranquilla, Bordeaux, Hamburg, Miami, Narita and Varna airports.

Košice Airport kings parade in all their FTWA glory

Košice Airport kings parade in all their FTWA glory

Following their table-topping FTWA last week, it is not surprising that the Slovakian firefighters couldn’t wait to get their hands on the certificate and get in front of the camera. Meanwhile, nine airports from across the world tussle over this week’s award.

All Nippon Airways now serves nine US destinations from Narita

All Nippon Airways now serves nine US destinations from Narita

All Nippon Airways links Tokyo Narita and Houston Intercontinental with daily flights.


Arch of Triumph certificate and spacemen land in Narita

Arch of Triumph certificate and spacemen land in Narita

The #1 spot on the Arch of Triumph leaderboard has changed hands three times in recent weeks, as a glut of summer route launches heats up the 2015 competition – and it has happened again this week. Find out which of the 12 airports from across the world has scooped overall pole with this week’s […]

Portland proudly parades its 'Arch of Triumph' win

Portland proudly parades its ‘Arch of Triumph’ win

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.

Jetstar Japan launches first international service from Tokyo

Jetstar Japan launches first international service from Tokyo

Jetstar Japan makes Hong Kong its first international route from Tokyo Narita.


Birmingham Airport parades its first ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate

Birmingham Airport parades its first ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate

At the fourth attempt this year, Birmingham Airport sealed its first ever FTWA win for the arrival of American Airlines’ New York JFK service – and this week its firefighters display the spoils of victory with pride. Meanwhile, eight airports from across the world fight it out for this week’s award.

Air China jets off to Tokyo Narita from Tianjin

Air China jets off to Tokyo Narita from Tianjin

Air China now links Tianjin to Tokyo Narita via Dalian with four weekly flights, using its 737-800s.

Flights down 5.8% and ASKs down 13% between Asia and Africa; Hong Kong-Johannesburg is #1 city pair

Flights down 5.8% and ASKs down 13% between Asia and Africa; Hong Kong-Johannesburg is #1 city pair

The relationship between Asia and Africa has grown considerably in recent years as both regions are becoming more actively engaged economically. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of the two regions, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between Asia and Africa.


American Airlines grows by 4.8% at Dallas/Fort Worth in 2014; 185 destinations served this May

American Airlines grows by 4.8% at Dallas/Fort Worth in 2014; 185 destinations served this May

anna.aero undertakes an in-depth analysis of exactly what are the top 12 routes flown by the world’s biggest carrier – American Airlines – from its busiest operational base in terms of weekly seat capacity this May – Dallas/Fort Worth Airport.

China-Japan market grows by one-third in just two years; China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Pudong Airport and Tokyo Narita Airport lead way

China-Japan market grows by one-third in just two years; China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Pudong Airport and Tokyo Narita Airport lead way

After a few years of stagnation the China-Japan market has seen capacity grow by 33% between 2013 and 2015. We reveal the leading (and fastest-growing) airlines and airports in both countries.

Thai Airways ‘smiles’ its way to network growth; Singapore and China markets grow as domestic routes get trimmed

Thai Airways ‘smiles’ its way to network growth; Singapore and China markets grow as domestic routes get trimmed

Two years, six months and one week (give or take a day or two) ago, Thai Airways launched its last service to Sapporo Chitose in Japan. Since then the Thai national carrier has used its LCC, Thai Smile Airways, to power its network growth. Our data elves delve into the airline’s network secrets.