Articles Tagged ‘Air Arabia’
Bangladesh’s capacity grows on average by 7.6% per year over last 11 years; UAE is top international market
Classified as one of the most densely populated countries, as it accommodates over 160 million people despite being about 10% smaller than the state of California, Bangladesh is also an Asian aviation hot-spot. With the flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines controlling 31% and 21% of seats and flights respectively, anna.aero takes a closer look at […]
Air Arabia becomes first Middle East and African LCC to enter China with Urumqi launch.
Jeddah, Kuwait City and Erbil most likely new routes for Air Arabia Jordan; Dubai and Riyadh also expected
Starting a new off-shoot and opening its fifth base – Air Arabia Jordan and Amman – Air Arabia expects its latest incarnation to begin operations in Q1 2015. anna.aero takes a look at where the UAE-based LCC will fly to with its initial two aircraft fleet.
Situated south of the United Arab Emirates, holding a strategically important position at the mouth of the Persian Gulf, Oman is served by four commercial airports providing scheduled airline services in 2014. With the country’s main gateway at Muscat commanding 91% of weekly seat capacity in Oman, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in this dynamic […]
Air Arabia connects Sharjah with Georgia operating twice-weekly flights.
Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport won the Cake of the Week Vote W14/15 Part I for easyJet’s new service from Geneva, with a close win over the effort baked for easyJet’s London Gatwick to the Icelandic gateway. There are 17 more cakes to choose from this week.
The Middle East: seats up 1.1%, while flights decreased by 1.9% and ASKs went down 0.6%; Riyadh-Jeddah is #1 route
While the Middle East has been a major centre of world affairs, the air transport industry has become extremely significant for the development of the region. As weekly departing seats have increased by 1.1% this October, anna.aero takes a closer look at the top dozen country and city pairs respectively within the Middle East.
Air Arabia makes Abadan its fifth destination in Iran, adding to existing flights to Tehran, Shiraz, Lar and Mashhad.
Emirates #1 player in Middle East-Africa market; ASKs increase by 14%; Seats not far behind on 10% growth
Not many global region pairs can boast posting double-digit annual growth, but the Middle East to Africa is an exception, posting a 14% growth in weekly ASKs and a 10% hike in weekly seats in the last 12 months. anna.aero delves into the data to reveal the emerging trends in this dynamic market.
Air Arabia makes its second destination in Bangladesh, after Dhaka, Chittagong, from its Ras Al Khaimah base.
While Emirates received its 50th A380 from Airbus, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the delivery race by 48 units. In addition, the American producer handed over its second 787-9 to All Nippon Airways in July.
Air Arabia makes Antalya its second Turkish destination after Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen.