Articles Tagged ‘ANA’
ANA made headlines recently with the launch of two new types. One, the A380, culled by Airbus and living out its twilight years with most operators, and the other – Boeing’s 787-10 variant – promising a revolution in “A-Market” (under 8 hours) long-haul economics. anna.aero investigates the rationale behind, and the potential of, this fleet overhaul.
Mexico traffic up 57% from 2008 to 2017; Puebla fastest growing airport in 2017, Costa Rica sees strongest international increases
Mexican airports welcomed 136.69 million passengers through their doors in 2017, an 8.5% increase on 2016, and up 57% from 2008 levels. Nick Preston considers the country’s air service trends over the past 10 years including domestic and international capacity increases, plus airport growth rates.
Wide-body aircraft on short- and medium-haul routes; Japan is leading market in 2018, ANA and JAL top airline rankings
Wide-body aircraft are typically linked with long-haul services. In recent years this has included new low-cost routes, but some carriers choose to deploy twin-aisle types on shorter sectors. Nick Preston reveals the leading airlines, airports and country markets for short- and medium-haul wide-body flights in S18.
Australia sees domestic market growth; international traffic up 7% as American Airlines, ANA, Xiamen Airlines (re-)enter market
Australia’s domestic market returned to growth in the third quarter of 2015, but international growth is much higher. Five carriers either started or resumed international flights to Australia in the last 12 months.
All Nippon Airways reaches 50 million passenger mark (again); added Düsseldorf, Hanoi and Vancouver to network in 2014; Houston and KL in 2015
All Nippon Airways has one of the most stable networks of any major carrier, starting and dropping very few routes in recent years. We reveal the airline’s development since 2006, which are the most flown airport pairs and leading international routes.
Asia’s Top 15 airlines drop almost 300 routes in last 12 months but start over 550; AirAsia only one not to drop any routes
We examine Asia’s top 15 airlines and airports to see which have seen the most services dropped and launched in the last 12 months. China’s airlines are expanding rapidly (no surprise), but only one of the top 15 airlines has not dropped any routes.
With Japan’s two largest carriers not growing their domestic capacities, other carriers now account for more than one-quarter of the market with the likes of Jetstar Japan, Peach and Vanilla Air all growing. With their 787 fleets ANA and JAL have even reported double-digit international growth in April and May this year.
17 carriers to 29 destinations; Naha Airport grows with new flights to Sapporo; top 12 destinations remain mostly stable
Okinawa Naha Airport, with 94% of the weekly seats to domestic destinations, has lost United Airlines, yet gained Jin Air. Peach Aviation launches the latest new domestic route to Ishigaki, as it spearheads growth along with Jetstar Japan. The number of carriers and destinations has not changed, although flights and seats are growing; anna.aero finds […]
South Korean carriers dominate the market from Seoul Incheon to Japan; ANA withdraws from the market
As Jin Air increases its offering from Seoul Incheon to Japan this week with the launch of services to Nagasaki, anna.aero examines the latest changes in the market.
AirAsia Japan set to ‘disappear’ at end of October; ANA to announce plans for ‘new’ LCC later this month
The Japanese LCC market is already evolving, just a year after AirAsian Japan, Jetstar Japan and Peach were all launched with the assistance of either All Nippon Airways or Japan Airlines. We take a closer look at the route network of AirAsia Japan, to see how much competition it has been facing in the market.
Airbus maintains the lead over Boeing in the 2013 delivery race, as the two manufacturers achieve the second-best April ever. Most of the aircraft flies towards Asia.
Growth seems to be returning to Sapporo Chitose Airport again, with anna.aero 2013 estimates of close to 18 million annual passengers anticipated at the airport serving the fourth largest city in Japan. Sounds like a reason to celebrate with a local beer!