Articles Tagged ‘Qatar Airways’
Finnair becomes Europe’s first A350 operator while Boeing further extends its lead in the 2015 delivery race
After delivering 58 units in the month of October, the North American manufacturer has extended its lead over Airbus by nine units. October has witnessed the European manufacturer deliver the A350 to its third customer, and also deliver more of the type than the A380. The two manufacturers delivered a combined total of 107 aircraft […]
MEB3 in Europe +360% since 2005: Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways now serve 48 airports in 28 countries
With certain European airlines still grumbling about distorted competition from carriers in the Middle East, we take a closer look at the development of the MEB3 carriers on routes to Europe during the last decade.
anna.aero sister event Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2015 is now just a week away and time is running out to register for your free pass to attend Asia’s largest passenger experience expo. More than 1,000 forward-thinking air transport industry figures have already registered – will you be joining them in Singapore?
The MEB3 carriers have added a total of 25 new non-stop services in the last 12 months (but dropped 12), five of which are to new destinations. Download our free summary spreadsheet that reveals who’s flying where and how often.
Turkish Airlines’ Kotil: “10 times more opportunity in Africa than in the rest of the world…like heaven in 20 years”
Africa’s links to the non-African world have grown by less than 6% in the last two years. Non-African carriers led by Turkish Airlines are driving the growth. We reveal the top 15 carriers and how they have grown (or not) in the last two years.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Qatar Airways launches A350-900 services to Munich, while Hamburg Airport completes the first stage of construction of its new airfreight facility. More news also from Ponta Delgada, Frankfurt and Düsseldorf airports as well as bmi regional and Binter Canarias.
It’s a busy week – not only do we have pictures of Arch of Triumph winning airports from far-flung places like Suriname and Australia, but we have 10 FTWA entries from nine different countries. You may need to ‘calm down, calm down’ when you find out this week’s winner.
Qatar Airways starts flights to Abha – 18 years after its first flights to the Kingdom.
Pakistan sees a rise in seat capacity of 23%; flydubai is fastest growing airline while UAE is top foreign country market
Pakistan has seen an increase in seat capacity over the past 12 months of just over 23%. anna.aero investigates to see which country markets have witnessed the greatest growth as a result of seat capacity increases, and which airports are experiencing the greatest growth.
From 9-11 September, more than 650 delegates from airlines, airports and other industry stakeholders will descend upon Las Vegas for anna.aero sister initiative Future Travel Experience Global 2015. Confirmed speakers include Virgin Galactic, Google, Facebook, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Airbus, Air France KLM, Qatar Airways and Lufthansa.
Despite Turkish Airlines being the best connected airline to the African continent in terms of destinations served, when it comes to Egypt the carrier places second to Qatar Airways in relation to seat capacity. anna.aero looks into the connectivity contest between Turkish and the MEB3 carriers in Egypt, as well as looking to see which […]
While Transaero Airlines received its first A321 from Airbus in July, the European manufacturer will have to up its game if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the 2015 delivery race by 82 units. Overall, both Airbus and Boeing delivered 107 aircraft in July, equal to that delivered in the same month […]