Articles Tagged ‘Thai AirAsia’
While Emirates received its 50th A380 from Airbus, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the delivery race by 48 units. In addition, the American producer handed over its second 787-9 to All Nippon Airways in July.
Thailand’s traffic up 16% in 2013; Bangkok’s airports handle 68 million passengers as Thai Airways commands a quarter of weekly seats
Thailand’s biggest six international gateways achieved over 88 million passengers last year ― a new high record ― increasing by 64% since we last looked at this market four years ago. With Bangkok Don Mueang experiencing an impressive growth of over 175% last year and China being the top international country, anna.aero investigates how the […]
Thailand’s fourth busiest airport according to AOT, Chiang Mai, has grown rapidly over recent years, seeing several new services and noting a new high passenger record in 2013. anna.aero takes a closer look at how Chiang Mai has developed in the last 12 months and reveals which are its top 12 destinations.
Thai AirAsia expands its Chiang Mai base with daily Hangzhou operation, its third international route.
Chinese air traffic up 11% in first 11 months of 2013; 29 international links to be launched in first half of 2014
The world’s second largest air travel market, according to Innovata weekly seat capacity for February, is rapidly growing, reaching 326 million passengers in the first 11 months of 2013. Despite the current issues regarding the EU’s ETS, Air China is still launching links to Europe. anna.aero reveals who is the main player in the Chinese […]
Thai AirAsia starts daily flights between Bangkok Don Mueang and Changsha using A320s.
Thai AirAsia on 7 January commenced daily flights from Chiang Mai to Hong Kong competing with Dragonair and Hong Kong Express Airways.
Thai AirAsia starts daily service using A320s and faces no competition.
Thai AirAsia takes on Nok Air on Bangkok Don Mueang-Phitsanulok route with twice-daily flights.
Thai AirAsia makes Krabi the latest destination served by AirAsia Group of airlines from Singapore Changi Airport.
Growing congestion at Bangkok’s main airport made the city’s old airport rise from the ashes…turning it into a prosperous low-cost hub for the Thai capital.
Thai AirAsia now serves seven destinations in mainland China from Bangkok. Thai Airways and China Eastern Airlines compete indirectly.