Articles Tagged ‘NRT’
China Southern Airlines starts three domestic routes and three to Japan.
All Nippon Airways links Tokyo Narita and Brussels and starts two new Chinese routes from Tokyo Haneda.
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor, Jonathan Ford, was invited by Brussels Airport to help welcome the arrival of All Nippon Airways’ inaugural service from Tokyo Narita. Take a closer look to see how the celebrations unfolded and also to see what it’s like to carry out an evening runway inspection of Brussels Airport’s Runway 25R-07L.
All Nippon Airways becomes fourth carrier to link Tokyo Narita and Kuala Lumpur.
China Southern Airlines connects Zhengzhou thrice-weekly with Tokyo Narita.
anna.aero investigates the top 15 routes in relation to the three factors of capacity, ASKs and frequency, and looks to see how they have changed over the past five years.
The merger of American Airlines and US Airways has resulted in the ‘new’ American becoming the number one carrier out of Los Angeles, with the number one carrier in S14, United Airlines, slipping to third. anna.aero investigates to see which airlines are growing the most from the Californian hub, and which markets are becoming more popular.
Xiamen Airlines takes on ANA on Xiamen to Tokyo Narita route.
This week, the global inter-regional competition became a five-horse race when South-west Pacific entered the battle with its first victory of 2015. Find out which airport in the ocean continent saw off just two challengers this week one from the hub serving the capital of the most powerful nation on earth and one from regional […]
Qantas switches its Sydney to Tokyo service from Narita to Haneda, as Brisbane gets daily link to the former.
With 116 routes this summer, Austrian Airlines remains the dominant carrier of the 60 airlines serving Vienna this summer, however easyJet is planning to join the party on some of the Star Alliance carrier’s most popular routes. anna.aero looks to see how Austrian is shaping up as it gets ready for battle to commence.
Mexico City Airport is not served by any MEB3 or Asian carriers; on course to pass 38m passengers in 2015
Mexico’s biggest airport recorded its busiest ever year in 2014, handling over 34 million passengers. anna.aero looks at demand since 2005, the airport’s seasonality profile and which are the leading airlines and routes from the capital.