Articles Tagged ‘NRT’

Tiger’s Taiwanese venture starts with Singapore; Bangkok, Da Nang and Chiang Mai up next

Tiger’s Taiwanese venture starts with Singapore; Bangkok, Da Nang and Chiang Mai up next

This week has seen the start of Tigerair Taiwan, Tiger Airways’ latest subsidiary, with the introduction of daily flights from Taipei to Singapore. While three new services are planned for late-October, anna.aero reveals which ‘low-hanging fruit’ routes might be next on the fledgling LCC’s network agenda.

Halifax Airport expecting 2% growth this year; Japan Airlines’ first charter flight arrives from Tokyo Narita

Halifax Airport expecting 2% growth this year; Japan Airlines’ first charter flight arrives from Tokyo Narita

The main gateway to Nova Scotia handled close to 3.6 million passengers last year, while a total of 10 carriers operate to 26 destinations in six countries within North America and Europe this October. We reveal how the airport has grown during the last 11 years and which is the dominant airline this month.

Tokyo Narita FTWA win is ‘Out of this World’

Tokyo Narita FTWA win is ‘Out of this World’

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.


Thai AirAsia X launches second and third routes

Thai AirAsia X launches second and third routes

Thai AirAsia X now links Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport with Osaka Kansai and Tokyo Narita using A330-300s.

Second 2014 victory for this week’s ‘Arch of Triumph’ winner

Second 2014 victory for this week’s ‘Arch of Triumph’ winner

Last month, this week’s winner – a major Asian airport – won its first weekly ‘Arch of Triumph’ title with this FTWA — the third lowest winning score of the year (22.8). This week it has scored over 10 more points to secure victory. But did the Japanese airport make it onto the overall leader […]

Spring Airlines Japan launches operations from Tokyo Narita

Spring Airlines Japan launches operations from Tokyo Narita

Spring Airlines Japan commences service with three domestic routes from Tokyo Narita.


TAV’s Gazipaşa Airport shows off its winner’s certificate

TAV’s Gazipaşa Airport shows off its winner’s certificate

Last week, Turkish Airlines started a twice-daily domestic connection from its Istanbul Atatürk global hub to Gazipaşa, a new route which produced a world-beating FTWA. With only one European entrant in this week’s competition, victory is perhaps destined for North America or Asia.

Yakutia Airlines commences three new seasonal Japanese routes in one week

Yakutia Airlines commences three new seasonal Japanese routes in one week

Yakutia Airlines starts its first flights to Niigata and second flight to Tokyo Narita.

Vietnam Airlines third Tokyo Narita route is from Da Nang

Vietnam Airlines third Tokyo Narita route is from Da Nang

Vietnam Airlines links Da Nang to Tokyo Narita with four weekly flights, using A321s.


Vanilla Air adds Amami Oshima to Narita network

Vanilla Air adds Amami Oshima to Narita network

Vanilla Air launches daily A320 flights from Tokyo Narita to Amami Oshima.

30-Second Interview - Peter Foster, President, Air Astana

30-Second Interview – Peter Foster, President, Air Astana

Following the introduction of Air Astana’s third weekly flight to London Heathrow, anna.aero was invited to attend a press briefing held in London last week. We got to talk to the Kazakh flag carrier’s President, Peter Foster about Air Astana’s mission, new route additions as well as its future fleet.

Tokyo Haneda Airport now only 88% domestic flights, down from 97% five years ago

Tokyo Haneda Airport now only 88% domestic flights, down from 97% five years ago

This week Qatar Airways became the latest carrier to serve Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, as the previously restricted downtown airport continues to throw open its doors to more international traffic. anna.aero investigates the shift in the airport’s traffic base in S14 compared to five years ago.