Articles Tagged ‘Tianjin Airlines’
Tianjin Airlines begins services from Xi’an to Auckland, adding to its existing Chongqing link.
With one last throw of the Arch of Triumph dice, Russia’s Sochi/Adler Airport, which had lead the competition since April, has provided us with one last attempt to reclaim its long-held crown. It was good, but not good enough to stop Los Angeles from taking the 2017 title.
Airbus and Boeing handed over 133 aircraft in September, the third best month of the year so far; Airbus opens A330 factory in China
Airbus handed over 55 aircraft in September, while its North American rival Boeing distributed 78. Of the 133 aircraft delivered, 73% were narrow-body and 27% wide-body. By delivering 23 more units than Airbus in month nine of 2017, Boeing has extended the lead over its European rival to 100 aircraft in the 2017 delivery race.
London Southend Airport wins Cake of the Week W17/18 public vote Part I; pick your winner from the 13 cakes in Part II
With London Southend winning last week’s Part I for the cake it made for Flybe’s three new routes, it is now time for Part II of the W17/18 public vote. With another 13 entries this week, which will be your choice for Cake of the Week??
Tianjin Airlines launches flights from Chongqing to Melbourne.
Dalian Airport passes 15 million annual passengers; 8.3% of seats flown on international services; China Southern Airlines’ market share drops
Dalian Airport in 2016 was used by 15.26 million passengers, this compares to the 4.61 million it handled in 2004, an increase of 231%. We take a closer look to see how China’s 22nd largest airport has grown over the past decade, and to see how its serving carrier’s have established their networks at the […]
Auckland Airport traffic up 8.1% for first half of 2017; handled just under 18.3 million passengers in 2016; five new airlines this summer
Auckland Airport for the first six months of 2017 handled 9.58 million passengers, with 55% of this traffic flying on international services. Since last August the airport has welcomed Qatar Airways, Hong Kong Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Tianjin Airlines, while existing carriers continue to thrive.
Urumqi joins China’s 20-million club; tenfold increase in traffic since 2002; China Southern Airlines dominates with over 40% of seats
Located in the north-west corner of China, Urumqi is closer to Astana than Beijing. We look at the rate traffic has grown since 2002, the leading domestic and international routes and which are the leading airlines.
Tianjin Airlines now connects Tianjin and Chongqing with Auckland with three weekly flights.
Tianjin Airlines links Tianjin and Chongqing with London Gatwick.
Tianjin Airlines starts first scheduled services at new Qionghai Boao Airport.
Tianjin Airlines links Tianjin with Tokyo Haneda.