Articles Tagged ‘PEK’
Berlin Tegel displays with pride ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate; another win for Europe in this week’s competition
Ich bin ein Berliner. Famous words from a famous US president, instilling pride in the city’s residents, which was nearly matched again last week as Berlin Tegel Airport lifted its first ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate. Nine airports from across the world slug it out for this week’s award.
Air China starts Beijing flights to Belarus and Hungary using A330-200s.
A Star Alliance member since November 2012, Shenzhen Airlines has managed to establish itself as the fourth largest operator in China, behind Air China, but above Hainan Airlines. With the carrier operating a total of 221 non-stop routes, anna.aero looks at Shenzhen Airlines’ network for this March.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Aer Lingus Regional announces a new route from Doncaster Sheffield to Dublin starting on 29 May, and London Gatwick Airport celebrates St Piran’s Day – Cornwall’s national day. More news from Birmingham, Sao Paulo Guarulhos, Phoenix-Mesa, Bahrain, Bristol and TAV Airports.
Air China now links Beijing and Macau with daily non-stop flights.
Home to an estimated population of 51 million, who like to describe their home country’s economic success as “Miracle on the Han River”, South Korea is served by 14 commercial airports. With the two airports serving Seoul commanding 63% of the total traffic, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in this fast growing market and reveals […]
Jeju Air starts first international route from Daegu to Beijing with thrice-weekly flights.
Garuda Indonesia starts Bali to Beijing flights operating thrice-weekly against China Eastern Airlines.
Beijing Capital Airlines starts international operations; fleet of 50 Airbus gives it 2.5% of Chinese domestic market
Beijing Capital Airlines, part of Hainan Airlines Group (HNA), operates on over 100 routes within China. We reveal the airline’s biggest bases, how the network has evolved, and which destinations have become its first international routes.
Founded on 30 January 1929 as Inter-Island Airways to provide short sightseeing flights over O’ahu, Hawaiian Airlines has grown rapidly beyond these borders, offering flights to a total of 28 destinations this December. As the airline has recently added its second route to San Francisco, anna.aero looks at Hawaiian Airlines’ top markets by weekly capacity.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cluj-Napoca Airport celebrates one million passengers in 2014, while Mahan Air lands at Beijing from Tehran. More news from Larnaca and Durban airports.
Hainan Airlines links Beijing and Ekaterinburg with twice-weekly flights