Articles Tagged ‘AirAsia’
AirAsia Malaysia’s domestic market is rebounding, with over 1,600 weekly flights bookable across 35 routes and 16 airports in a week next month.
AirAsia India passes 10 million seats as troubles continue; every route competes directly with IndiGo
As AirAsia India’s two owners are both reportedly keen to sell their shares, we look at the carrier’s network, airport, and competition development.
AirAsia’s Malaysia AOC to restart 8 domestic routes from 29 April, with remaining 31 in May/June. We look at its plan & domestic ops across the Group.
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.
Aarhus steals the show in Arch of Triumph Part I voting; Choose now from 30 arches and select your favourite Arch of Triumph – S19 Part II
Aarhus Airport stole the show in S19 Part I of the Arch of Triumph Public Vote, securing 71% of all ballots. With a further 30 entries in Part II of the S19 season launch voting, take a peruse through the global salutes and choose your favourite today. Vote now!
AirAsia launches first international flights to Can Tho in Vietnam from Kuala Lumpur.
AirAsia grew by 23% from Kota Kinabalu in 2018 and added two international links; operates a 20-destination network from the airport
Kota Kinabalu is AirAsia’s second largest base regarding annual capacity, having offered 5.73 million two-way seats from the airport in 2018. Jonathan Ford looks at the LCC’s development from the Malaysian airport over the past couple of years, including the expansion of international markets in North Asia.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Münster/Osnabrück welcoming one million passengers in 2018, AirAsia signs a Memorandum of Cooperation, confirming its aim to set up a low-cost carrier in Vietnam with local partners.
AirAsia adds three new routes including one domestic service, plus flights to China and Singapore.
AirAsia introduces services from Kota Kinabalu to Macau and from Kuala Lumpur to Phu Quoc.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with AirAsia’s celebration of serving Hong Kong for 10 years, Virgin Atlantic and LanzaTech mark the first use of a next generation sustainable jet fuel, plus there is route news from St. Petersburg regarding upcoming services for W18/19.
Asian airports represent 60% of the five FTWA entries this week and have now claimed 13% of all victories in this year’s competition. Read on to find out which airport in the region did enough to take home the crown this week.