Articles Tagged ‘Singapore Airlines’
Singapore welcomes Scoot’s new flights to Sydney and Gold Coast; passenger numbers set to pass 50 million in 2012
Singapore’s Changi Airport reported double-digit growth in 2010 and 2011 and is off to a strong start in 2012. What share of capacity do Singapore Airlines and its related airlines have? Which are the leading country markets and which new services have already been started this year?
Tiger Airways’ network still growing in Singapore; Kochi flights resume as 20-strong fleet now serves 26 destinations
Despite operating for over seven years Tiger Airways’ Singapore-based fleet is still only a relatively modest 20 aircraft. How has its network developed and which destinations does it currently serve? What competition does it face, especially on its main routes, and how do the number of flights vary by day of week?
Singapore Airlines now flies to Busan in South Korea from Singapore Changi Airport.
Will Tiger Airways Australia’s grounding impact on Philippine and (planned) Indonesian, Thai operations?
The Australian authorities’ shock decision to ground Tiger Airways Australia at least until Saturday could have implications far beyond Australia. But how many routes does the airline actually operate in Australia, what share of the domestic market does it have and what’s been going on at Avalon?
Singapore Airlines now flies between Singapore Changi and Barcelona in Spain, continuing to Sao Paulo in Brazil – its first route to South America.
The summer season has started with a bang! Although only two days of the new season make it into our report of the latest new routes, we report on an entire 160 new routes. Accompanying the analysis is a downloadable spreadsheet, pictures of 11 gorgeous cakes and a long list of more amazing photos from […]
Australian domestic air travel up 6.5% in 2010; Tiger enters Sydney – Brisbane market this week; Qantas to Texas in May
Last year was another positive one for the Australian air travel market with domestic and international traffic both well up. But which are the top 10 airlines carrying international passengers and which new destination is V Australia starting later this month?
anna.aero’s editor recently spent over 24 hours travelling between London and Singapore (mostly watching movies and US sitcoms) but how have passenger numbers developed since the late 80s? When did passenger numbers peak and which carriers are operating how many flights on the routes?
Singapore breaks 40 million mark as demand surges 13% in 2010; two new airlines already welcomed in 2011
Singapore’s Changi airport had an excellent 2010 reporting double-digit growth and welcoming nine new airlines. But which are the leading carriers at the airport and which are the leading country markets? And what’s coming in 2011?
A dozen dynamic new routes this week involving not only big airports like Beijing, Doha, Dubai, London Heathrow and Seoul Incheon, but also less well-known airports such as Abha, Arvidsjaur, Sulaimaniyah and Tangshan. We have our usual array of photos celebrating proceedings.
Download the spreadsheet with this week’s 250 new routes and see our fantastic photo coverage of launch celebrations all across the world. Ribbons have been cut in masses, lakes have been emptied for fire brigades to salute the arriving aircraft and the world’s master bakers have worked day and night to bake an amazing selection […]
Munich’s traffic doubles in 10 years; Lufthansa adds more routes than it drops as a host of new airlines announce new services (and Q1 sees return to growth)
Munich overtook Düsseldorf as Germany’s second airport in 1996 and continues to attract new carriers. Which routes have been started and lost in the last two years and which is the leading non-German airline?