Articles Tagged ‘AirAsia X’

AirAsia X arrives in Auckland via Australia

AirAsia X arrives in Auckland via Australia

AirAsia X connects Kuala Lumpur with Auckland via Gold Coast with daily A330 flights.

Wellington Airport displays its monster-sized Arch of Triumph certificate for the world to see

Wellington Airport displays its monster-sized Arch of Triumph certificate for the world to see

The airport serving Middle Earth joins Christchurch to become only the second airport in New Zealand to have an Arch of Triumph certificate on its fire station walls. Find out which of this week’s three worldwide entries has racked up enough points to deliver the win for their airport.

AirAsia X returns to Delhi

AirAsia X returns to Delhi

AirAsia X resumes flights between Kuala Lumpur and Delhi after nearly four years.


Sydney Airport falls just shy of 40 million milestone in 2015; Qantas/Jetstar hold nearly half of weekly seats

Sydney Airport falls just shy of 40 million milestone in 2015; Qantas/Jetstar hold nearly half of weekly seats

Although Sydney Airport didn’t quite handle 40 million passengers in 2015, the route development Force is still strong with Australia’s biggest airport. anna.aero’s data elves take a peek at the biggest airport down under for the first time since 2009.

AirAsia X jets off to third Japanese destination

AirAsia X jets off to third Japanese destination

AirAsia X connects Kuala Lumpur and Sapporo Chitose with four weekly A330 flights.

Record February for Airbus and Boeing; Spring Airlines receives its 50th A320

Record February for Airbus and Boeing; Spring Airlines receives its 50th A320

While Spring Airlines received its 50th A320 from Airbus, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the 2015 delivery race by 31 units already. However, February goes down in history as the busiest second month of the year since anna.aero started monitoring aircraft […]


Record January for Airbus & Boeing; 76% of deliveries are single-aisles

Record January for Airbus & Boeing; 76% of deliveries are single-aisles

Following a busy December, both Airbus and Boeing delivered significantly fewer aircraft in the first month of the year. However, January 2015 goes down in history as the busiest beginning to a year since anna.aero started monitoring aircraft deliveries in 2008.

AirAsia X starts sixth Chinese route

AirAsia X starts sixth Chinese route

AirAsia X now links Kuala Lumpur and Chongqing with four weekly flights.

AirAsia X launches second KL-Tokyo connection

AirAsia X launches second KL-Tokyo connection

AirAsia X now connects Kuala Lumpur with Tokyo Narita, complementing existing Haneda services.


CEOs of AirAsia and AirAsia X lead FTE Asia 2014 speaker line-up – both to reveal plans to enhance passenger experiences in KL next month

CEOs of AirAsia and AirAsia X lead FTE Asia 2014 speaker line-up – both to reveal plans to enhance passenger experiences in KL next month

We know your true passion is airline network planning, but we’re sure you’ll also be interested in FTE Asia 2014, which is all about improving the end-to-end passenger experience, and includes senior speakers from the likes of AirAsia, AirAsia X, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, KLM, Air New Zealand, Oman Air and Peach Aviation.

Boeing stays in the lead over Airbus as it delivers 60+ units in August; Xiamen Airlines receives its first 787-8

Boeing stays in the lead over Airbus as it delivers 60+ units in August; Xiamen Airlines receives its first 787-8

Following a record July, Boeing stepped up its deliveries in August, while its European counterpart handed over fewer airframes. Airbus will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which now leads the 2014 delivery race by 72 units. In addition, Tigerair Taiwan took delivery of its first of 12 […]

Cebu Pacific Air becomes latest airline to put pressure on Qantas’ international network

Cebu Pacific Air becomes latest airline to put pressure on Qantas’ international network

The Australian air travel market continues to report solid if unspectacular growth. We track the growth rates in recent months and look at which airports are growing their international demand most rapidly. Plus a round-up of recent new international services.