Articles Tagged ‘SIN’
The relationship between Asia and Africa has grown considerably in recent years as both regions are becoming more actively engaged economically. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of the two regions, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between Asia and Africa.
Thai Airways ‘smiles’ its way to network growth; Singapore and China markets grow as domestic routes get trimmed
Two years, six months and one week (give or take a day or two) ago, Thai Airways launched its last service to Sapporo Chitose in Japan. Since then the Thai national carrier has used its LCC, Thai Smile Airways, to power its network growth. Our data elves delve into the airline’s network secrets.
One of the latest new domestic routes to launch in Australia was the JETGO Australia route between Brisbane and Tamworth. However, it is overseas traffic at the top 20 airports that is driving much of the country’s annual growth, with international airlines increasing by 5.6% in 2014. We investigate where is growing and where is […]
Asia’s Top 15 airlines drop almost 300 routes in last 12 months but start over 550; AirAsia only one not to drop any routes
We examine Asia’s top 15 airlines and airports to see which have seen the most services dropped and launched in the last 12 months. China’s airlines are expanding rapidly (no surprise), but only one of the top 15 airlines has not dropped any routes.
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.