Articles Tagged ‘PEK’
Shandong Airlines grows capacity by 14%; starts flights to third country market – Chiang Mai in Thailand
Shandong Airlines, daughter carrier to Air China, and the #8 airline in China in terms of weekly seats, has had a busy 2013 so far, launching 19 new routes and adding over 20% more weekly flights since January. anna.aero takes a peek at this dynamic, but somewhat obscure carrier.
Aberdeen wins Cake prize; Sydney sports Route award; Darwin finds cake photos; Hainan marks five-year connection; Air Lituanica gets a new plane; Yunnan holds first conference; and Ryanair confirms its return to Modlin
A busy week for Network Planning Community News, including some award winners showing-off their certificates, more cake and event photos from our peers from around the world.
Hainan Airlines starts flights from Beijing International Capital Airport to Chicago O’Hare Airport against American Airlines and United Airlines.
Azerbaijan Airlines begins its service from Baku Airport to Beijing Airport with 767s.
British Airways starting Chengdu service in September; Chinese airlines maintaining steady 11% growth in 2013
The Chinese air travel market is still reporting double-digit growth in 2013, with the massive domestic market still outperforming the international market. We take a look at which airports grew fastest in 2012, and which airlines are preparing for new international services before the end of the year.
Air China inaugurates four-weekly non-stop flights from Beijing Airport to Houston Intercontinental Airport in Texas, US.
Air Mauritius connects Mauritius Airport and Beijing Airport with a single weekly services.
Yakutia Airlines inaugurates low-frequency services from Krasnodar Airport to Beijing Airport and Paphos Airport in Cyprus.
Despite being at 99% capacity and with little sign of any additional runway capacity any time soon, London Heathrow is still the world’s busiest airport if measured by ASKs. We look to see which other airports make the Top 15 in this slightly unusual way of looking at airports.
With more than half of Vancouver’s residents speaking English as a second language only, the city’s airport, Canada’s second largest and serving the country’s third most populous metropolitan area, boasts an impressive network of services to China, with most routes seeing growth this summer.
As Geneva joins the growing group of cities connected to China with direct services this week, anna.aero examines how the Middle Kingdom’s international route network has changed since last summer.
Air China launches four-weekly flights from Beijing Airport to Geneva Airport.