Articles Tagged ‘NRT’
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Wizz Air announces new routes from Budapest and Katowice, while British Airways inaugurates A380 services to Vancouver. More news also from Gazipaşa-Alanya, Enfidha, Munich, Doncaster Sheffield, Glasgow and Miami airports as well as from Germania and Air Canada.
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.
t’way air becomes seventh carrier to link Seoul Incheon with Tokyo Narita.
Jetstar Japan becomes fifth carrier to link Tokyo Narita with Manila.
Uzbekistan Airways links Tashkent with Tokyo.
Tokyo-Siem Reap is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” with 110,000 searches in 2015 – a trunk route for Jetstar Japan?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software reveals that in 2015 110,000 potential travellers wanted to fly between Tokyo and Siem Reap, Cambodia’s most popular tourist resort – yet the route remains unserved. Will this be Jetstar Japan’s next route from Tokyo Narita, following introduction of Manila services this month?
During the past four years, traffic from Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport has grown by 11% from 31 to 35 million, with 59% of these additional passengers using international services. With the city being host to this year’s Routes Asia, anna.aero thought it would be fitting to see how international traffic has developed from the […]
Peach Aviation connects Tokyo Narita and Okinawa with thrice-weekly flights.
It’s Asia versus Europe this week as just two entries battle it out to become Week Six winner of the Arch of Triumph competition in 2016. Find out which of the dynamic FTWA duo has achieved the highest score and brought home the win for their airport.
Spring Airlines Japan connects Tokyo Narita with Wuhan and Chongqing.
China Eastern Airlines poised to smash 100 million annual passengers; Xi’an is biggest route from Shanghai Pudong
China’s second largest carrier, China Eastern Airlines is likely to pass the 100 million passenger milestone in 2016 if its recent annual growth is anything to go by. Our data elves reveal the airline’s biggest routes and country markets, including Australia, from its biggest base at Shanghai Pudong.
Taiwanese LCC V Air was one of seven new airlines welcomed to Japan’s eighth busiest airport – Nagoya – in the last 12 months. The Japanese airport also boosted its network by 11 new destinations – all of them Chinese. anna.aero negotiates through Nagoya’s year-on-year net gains in terms of airlines and routes.