Articles Tagged ‘AirAsia X’

AirAsia X returns to Australia with Kuala Lumpur to Sydney service

AirAsia X returns to Australia with Kuala Lumpur to Sydney service

Long-haul low-cost carrier AirAsia X has celebrated the return of twice-weekly services between Sydney and Kuala Lumpur. Passengers were treated to a special send-off to mark the official recommencement of services on the route after a two-year hiatus caused by the pandemic.

AirAsia X lands in Lanzhou

AirAsia X lands in Lanzhou

AirAsia X commences a four times weekly service between Kuala Lumpur and Lanzhou. 

AirAsia X fits Fukuoka into its network

AirAsia X fits Fukuoka into its network

AirAsia X begins a four times weekly service from Kuala Lumpur to Fukuoka – its fourth Japanese route.


India international capacity up 5.6% in 2018; IndiGo adds most foreign seats while Sri Lanka sees the most growth this year

India international capacity up 5.6% in 2018; IndiGo adds most foreign seats while Sri Lanka sees the most growth this year

There were 80.63 million two-way seats available between India and international destinations in 2018, up 5.6% on the previous year. Nick Preston takes a look at key trends in India’s international connections, including the strongest growing airlines, country markets and individual destinations.

AirAsia X moves to Melbourne Avalon

AirAsia X moves to Melbourne Avalon

AirAsia X launches services from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne Avalon.

AirAsia X adds Amritsar to growing network

AirAsia X adds Amritsar to growing network

AirAsia X introduces third Indian connection from Kuala Lumpur.


Passengers on the up 'Down Under'; Australian scheduled traffic grows 3.1% in 2017, international increase outpacing domestic demand

Passengers on the up ‘Down Under’; Australian scheduled traffic grows 3.1% in 2017, international increase outpacing domestic demand

Nearly 100 million scheduled travellers passed through Australia’s airports in 2017, a 3.1% increase on the previous year and 35% up on 2008 levels. Nick Preston examines the latest network trends from the land down under, including the leading airlines, airports and routes.

AirAsia X jumps into Jaipur

AirAsia X jumps into Jaipur

AirAsia X launches new service between Kuala Lumpur and Japur.

Low-cost long-haul flights up by 38% for S18; Norwegian extends lead over AirAsia X; Gatwick now top airport

Low-cost long-haul flights up by 38% for S18; Norwegian extends lead over AirAsia X; Gatwick now top airport

The low-cost long-haul (LCLH) market continues to gather momentum after another year of double-digit growth. We reveal the leading airlines and airports for S18, with flights up 38% compared to the previous year, and the number of departure airports increasing by more than one third.


Australia-New Zealand market experiences decade of growth; Air New Zealand and Qantas fly the flag as leading carriers

Australia-New Zealand market experiences decade of growth; Air New Zealand and Qantas fly the flag as leading carriers

Seat capacity on flights between Australia and New Zealand increased by 3.5% from 2016 to 2017 and has been on the rise since 2008. We take a look at some of the key air service developments in the trans-Tasman market over the past 10 years, including the fastest growing airlines and airports.

Asian LCC long-haul capacity growing faster than short-haul; IndiGo overtakes Lion Air to become continents largest; India biggest market

Asian LCC long-haul capacity growing faster than short-haul; IndiGo overtakes Lion Air to become continents largest; India biggest market

In 2017 Asian LCCs are scheduled to operate 455 million one-way seats, up from 70 million in 2007. With Asian LCC seat capacity increasing by 459% in the past decade, anna.aero decided to see how this vast capacity surge has been distributed with regards to sector length and originating country market.   

AirAsia X touches down in Hawaii with first US service

AirAsia X touches down in Hawaii with first US service

AirAsia X links Kuala Lumpur to Honolulu via Osaka with four weekly flights.