Articles Tagged ‘SIN’
Singapore Changi Airport set to pass 55 million mark in 2015; Singapore Airlines group of carriers still account for over 50% of seats
Singapore will soon be the venue for the 137th IATA Slot Conference. We reveal how rapidly traffic has grown in the country, the leading airlines and country markets and how aircraft movements are spread across a typical day.
Batik Air joins ultra-competitive market in linking Jakarta with Singapore.
Myanmar National Airlines ventures into busy Yangon to Singapore market.
Thai Lion Air resumes international flights from Bangkok with Singapore service.
AirAsia retains its #1 spot at Malaysia’s second biggest airport Kota Kinabalu; Shanghai Airlines becomes airline #13
The latest addition to the portfolio of carriers operating at Kota Kinabalu was China Eastern Airlines’ subsidiary Shanghai Airlines on 15 July. With no new routes on the horizon and recent impressive passenger growth being derailed, anna.aero takes stock of which routes and airlines are on the right track at Malaysia’s second biggest airport.
Malindo Air launches a daily service from Ipoh to Singapore – a route that complements current services to Johor Bahru from the Malaysian airport.
Papua New Guinea continues marginal capacity increases despite being one of the world’s fastest growing economies; Air Niugini #1
With a population of around seven million, using nearly 850 languages, Papua New Guinea is certainly diverse. Coming admittedly from a low base, the economy is now growing strongly ‒ so anna.aero investigates whether this development is being translated into air transport increases.
Scoot debuts services on its Singapore – Osaka Kansai route, a sector that operates via Bangkok Don Mueang thrice-weekly and via Kaohsiung thrice-weekly.
Qantas commences domestic flights to Hamilton Island, regional flights to Singapore and long-haul flights to Vancouver.
SilkAir now serves almost 50 destinations from Singapore; China, India and Indonesia are leading country markets
Singapore Airlines’ regional subsidiary SilkAir now carries over 3.5 million passengers per year on a fleet of almost 30 narrow-body jets. We look at the airline’s growth in the last 10 years, leading routes and country markets.
With a table-topping score of 36.7, Portland Airport’s Aircraft Fire and Rescue C Shift have a lot to be proud of this week. Meanwhile, 10 airports from across the world slug it out for this week’s award.
SilkAir now links Singapore with Cairns in Australia, in part via existing Darwin service.