Articles Tagged ‘SIN’
Despite being the smallest entity of the pan-Australasian Jetstar LCC behemoth, Jetstar Pacific Airlines has had a frantic February, launching four new domestic routes already this month. anna.aero gets its magnifying glass out to discover the carrier’s main nuclei of activity in the fast-growing Vietnamese market.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cebu Airport welcomes the arrival of Mandarin Airlines first charter flight from Kaohsiung, and Athens Airport holds a press conference celebrating Blue Air’s new route from Larnaca. More news from Thai AirAsia X, Perth, Southampton, London Stansted and Munich airports.
Indonesia AirAsia adds links to Singapore Changi Airport and Kota Kinabalu Airport.
AirAsia may not have a subsidiary based in Singapore but that hasn’t stopped it becoming the airline group’s third busiest airport by weekly movements. We examine how AirAsia has grown to be a major player at the airport.
Air New Zealand takes over one of the daily connections between Auckland and Singapore from Star Alliance partner Singapore Airlines.
Singapore Airlines has an enviable reputation for service quality but its route network from Changi has been shrinking rather than growing in recent years. We reveal the airline’s top routes by ASKs and how its partner airlines have been developing.
Launched in 1992, Uzbekistan Airways operates a similar number of both Airbus and Boeing aircraft. We reveal the airline’s top 12 destinations and how seat capacity has fluctuated over the last decade, plus a look at the airline’s 2014 figures.
Tigerair Singapore adds weekly service from Singapore Changi to Guilin.
Malindo Air starts thrice-daily 737-900 flights between KL and Changi.
Founded in 1974 with two 737s to provide services from Bandar Seri Begawan to Singapore, Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching, Royal Brunei Airlines has expanded rapidly, offering flights to a total of 14 destinations this October. As the carrier has recently received four 787-8s, anna.aero looks at Royal Brunei’s top routes by weekly departures […]
Taipei Taoyuan and Katowice airports show-off certificates for Tigerair Taiwan and Wizz Air respectively
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Qantas’ inaugural A380 service between Sydney Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth Airport and Birmingham Airport backs London Gatwick Airport’s expansion.
This week has seen the start of Tigerair Taiwan, Tiger Airways’ latest subsidiary, with the introduction of daily flights from Taipei to Singapore. While three new services are planned for late-October, anna.aero reveals which ‘low-hanging fruit’ routes might be next on the fledgling LCC’s network agenda.