As United Airlines unveils multiple new routes, as it redeploys 2021 capacity from Europe, we explore them and the US – India and US – Africa markets.
Last year was Malaysia Airlines’ best ever to Northeast Asia. Japan grew well, so we look at connectivity over KUL. Leisure and VFR markets key.
Wizz Air today (8 Sept) announced its next expansion, with a big focus on domestic routes within Italy – the ULCC’s fourth most profitable country.
As Corendon announces two new bases, with 15 new routes from Düsseldorf, we look at what it’ll introduce and the scheduling of its two based aircraft.
Pegasus’ flights are down by just 25% YOY. It has 105 international routes, yet its domestic network has rebounded strongest. We examine its network.
Emirates’ Lusaka route saw 76% of pax connect over Dubai last year; we see where and why. Africa had 11% of the MEB3’s seats, with Emirates by far the #1 non-African airline.
With six new Wizz Air routes from Doncaster and two from Milan Malpensa, we examine what is happening. There’s a clear reason for its new domestic routes.
Belarus’ Belavia is not an airline that’s often discussed, but it’s doing interesting things – and it has grown rapidly.
As Virgin Atlantic announces Pakistan, we examine the market to understand what is driving it and the routes it has picked.
AirAsia Malaysia’s domestic market is rebounding, with over 1,600 weekly flights bookable across 35 routes and 16 airports in a week next month.
Montreal is Royal Air Maroc’s #2 North American destination, from the French Connection. We examine this important market and its connectivity.
Despite coronavirus, Lübeck Air took to the skies on 17 August. This is the first time since 2016 that Lübeck Airport has had scheduled service; its role is now very different than before.