Articles Tagged ‘PEK’
In this week’s Network Planning and Community News, Birmingham Airport welcomes the arrival of Hainan Airlines’ first charter flight from Beijing, while Ryanair announces base #74 in Gothenburg. More news from Boston, Bristol, Düsseldorf, Madrid, Montreal, Moscow Sheremetyevo and Prague airports.
China-Europe market analysed; Chinese carriers growing faster than European rivals as tourism market stimulates demand
China is already the biggest country market in Asia for non-stop air services from Europe. We reveal how quickly it is growing, which are the leading airlines and how many airports in China now have direct service to Europe.
Hainan Airlines links Shanghai Pudong with Boston and Seattle-Tacoma.
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.
Hainan Airlines connects Beijing with San José in California using 787s.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Melbourne Airport revels in ‘Route of the Week’ win; Glasgow Airport celebrates ‘Cake of the Week’; Wizz Air marks 1,500 flights between London Luton and Varna; Kazan welcomes Pobeda from Sochi/Adler; Flybe branded Stobart Air commemorates a first birthday, and more.
Air China now links Beijing with Melbourne in Australia with four weekly flights.
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.
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.
Budapest Airport, still the only airport in the world to benefit from on-site fire truck water arch training from one of anna.aero’s four esteemed judges, now has three ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificates on its fire station walls as a result. Seven airports from across the world battle it out for this week’s award.
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.
American Airlines commences daily flights from New York JFK to Edinburgh and Birmingham, as well as from Dallas/Fort Worth to Beijing.