Indonesia’s international seats fell 27% in March 2020 vs. 2019 as domestic seats grew 16.4%. And April is forecast to see even stronger growth. We see why.
US aviation has been hard hit by COVID-19, with nearly 15 million seats lost in two months. Ailevon Pacific’s Sophie Wang looks at the virus on US airlines.
We look at numbers behind Tallinn’s top-10 unserved markets, which Gothenburg leads. Three markets that were in the top-10 now to be served this year.
We explore the drivers of Bangalore Airport’s growth as it continues to beat India’s average, with Munich, Seattle, and Tokyo coming this year.
Lima’s seats passed 30 million in 2019 from LATAM and LCC growth despite two airlines ending. Lima is now fifth in Latin America, from tenth in 2010.
The gap between Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines, with 62% of Manila’s seats, narrows to just 1.6 million seats. Seattle and Perth coming this year.
Marseille added dozens of new routes in 2019, including to two Moscow airports. Ryanair’s new base in 2019 has resulted in fast seat and route growth.
Katowice’s traffic has grown by CAGR of 10% since 2015 and will pass five million this year. Charter passengers doubled and now account for two+ million.
US airlines should now have 100+ MAXs flying. Volaire Aviation Consulting’s Jack Penning charts the impact of its grounding for airports and airlines.
Over 70% of Antalya’s seats are international, with Russia adding seven million since 2016. SunExpress now #1 at Antalya from big recent expansion.
The host of Routes Americas 2020, Indianapolis now has over 50 destinations, with Spirit Airlines the newest carrier to serve the airport.
With 7th freedoms to 30 European countries, St Petersburg’s tourism will grow. Wizz has already announced four more routes, two in the “top unserved” list.