KLM and Qantas both ended 747 passenger operations on 29 March, having started in the same year. We look their 747 routes and capacity development.
Jet2 will serve Kalamata and Mytilene from Birmingham. With big growth planned, Birmingham is to be the carrier’s #2 airport this year, from #4.
Scoot more than doubled annual capacity between 2016 and 2018 as part of the SIA Group. As it matures, could Scoot be the new long-haul, low-cost benchmark?
We analyse Qatar Airways’ Doha hub by its wave structure and destinations as the carrier approaches 50 million seats – which it should exceed this year.
Flybe leaves a network of 50 mainly-domestic routes, 80% having no competition: hopefully an opportunity for other carriers to meet regional demand.
Around 24 million connect with Air Canada. Its top-20 connecting markets are mainly international, with #11, Montreal – Bogota, to become non-stop in June.
We speak to Fernando Estrada, VP Strategy and Network Planning at VivaAerobus to learn more.
Kenya Airways launched Geneva & Rome last year while its dominance to/from/in Africa falls. Curiously, 47% of the carrier’s total seats are now by the E190.
HiSky will initially operate six routes, including London and Paris. All but one route will see two to three competitors, including Wizz Air on four.
Bern-based FlyBAIR will take off on 2 May to Palma. Initially crowdfunded, the carrier will operate nine routes from May, with two-to-six sectors per day.
OAG’s Demand product, out at the end of April, will enable airports and more to create new business cases in under 15 minutes, says Jonathan Horne.
TAP Air Portugal has Brazil – Italy, Portugal, and France as key country-pairs; Funchal and Porto deliver ~one million over Lisbon.