Articles Tagged ‘Air Seoul’
We examine both carriers’ route networks. Asiana may offer Korean Air a reasonably ‘straightforward’ means of consolidation around very similar networks.
Jeju’s very strong domestic market, including the world’s #1 domestic route to Seoul Gimpo, means that total seats are now above pre-coronavirus levels. But international capacity down significantly.
Fukuoka Airport’s international traffic triples during past decade; 23.98 million passengers in 2017; AirAsia X and Thai Lion Air to serve in 2019
Fukuoka is the fourth largest airport in Japan after Tokyo’s Haneda and Narita, plus Osaka Kansai. Situated on Japan’s Kyushu Island, the city is home to a metro population of 5.6 million people. Jonathan Ford looks at the airport’s development since 2008, focusing on its international expansion.
Air Seoul launches a six times weekly service between Seoul Incheon and Fukuoka.
Air Seoul more than doubles capacity since S17; Japan is leading country market while Osaka Kansai tops the route leaderboard
Air Seoul will offer 43,900 weekly seats across its network this summer, up 132% on the same period last summer, with the South Korean carrier having added a number of new routes since then. Nick Preston takes a look at the LCC’s expanding schedule, including its leading airport pairs and country markets.
Air Seoul links its hub of Seoul Incheon with Guam and Osaka Kansai.
There are just some country pairs which our data elves notice lots of new routes as well as fresh capacity being added on existing ones, and one of those is South Korea to Japan – so we decided to investigate. We uncover the annual growth patterns, as well as the biggest airlines and routes in […]
Although it is not the capital city, Siem Reap is the busiest airport in Cambodia – for the time being at least – serving as the gateway to the Angkor ruins – the country’s major tourism hot-spot. We take a look at the airport’s biggest airlines (and how they are growing) and its most important […]
Air Seoul adds Hiroshima, Kota Kinabalu, Macau, Nagasaki and Yonago to its network.
Singapore, Schiphol and JFK top the international hubs in Asia, Europe and North America; Miami shows biggest improvement
New York JFK is the fifth busiest airport in North America, but when it comes to international capacity amongst the region’s top 10, it has the highest share of weekly seats. Find out where the world’s biggest airports rank when international and domestic capacity is evaluated at each.
Air Seoul, a subsidiary of Asiana Airlines, launches flights to Cambodia and Japan.