Articles Tagged ‘Zest Air’
We investigate how by using its low-cost regional brand PAL Express to fight its corner against the encroaching LCCs, while Philippines Airlines itself is readjusting its own network strategy by seeking out longer, more profitable routes – like Darwin in Australia.
Zest Air launches flights to Bacolod Airport, Kota Kinabalu Airport and Kuala Lumpur Airport, from Manila Airport.
Zest Air commences operations on routes from Cebu to both Davao and Puerto Princesa in the Philippines.
Zest Air commences operations on the route from Clark in the Philippines to Seoul Incheon.
Zest Air joins Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific in connecting Manila with Shanghai. Will operate five weekly flights with A320s.
Philippine aviation growth driven by Cebu Pacific, Airphil Express and Zest Air; Manila set to pass 30 million this year
Air traffic demand has grown by 50% in just three years in the Philippines. We take a closer look at the available data, analyse trends in the domestic market and reveal which carriers have been launching new international services to Manila in the last 18 months.
Zest Air connects Manila, the capital of the Philippines, with Jinjiang in China.
Zest Air now flies three new seasonal routes to South Korea from the Philippines.
Zest Air now flies daily from Manila, the capital of the Philippines, to Zamboanga City.
Zest Air operates 20 domestic routes from Manila; started three seasonal international routes this week
Named after the owner’s drinks company, Zest Air expects to carry almost 2.5 million passengers this year, almost twice as many as in 2010. Which are its busiest routes from Manila, what international services does it operate, and what unusual aircraft type does it fly?
Zest Air has launched a domestic route between Manila and Cagayan de Oro and international charter flights from Kalibo to Taipei and Chengdu.
Zest Air has added its second route to Shanghai Pudong in China, now flying from Cebu in the Philippines.