Articles Tagged ‘Asiana Airlines’
Asiana Airlines launches three times weekly services to the Mongolian capital.
Now firmly established as the airport to beat when it comes to water arches, the Portguese capital city facility now has its fourth Arch of Triumph certificate of 2018 on the fire station walls. Find out which four other airports merely made up the numbers this week.
Asiana Airlines commences a four times weekly service between Seoul Incheon and Barcelona.
Unserved Route of the Week success rate continues to climb; over one in four routes featured are now served
This is the third time that we have undertaken a review of the now 99 Unserved Route of the Week opportunities anna.aero has featured. With our success rate improving from 16% to 22% between the same articles last year, the hit rate has climbed again, to above one in four.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with new route celebrations from the Hungarian gateway, there are celebrations from Belfast City, St Petersburg, Venice Marco Polo and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen airports.
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.
Cebu Airport sees strong growth in 2017; Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Airways are dominant carriers, Manila is leading destination
About 6.71 million seats were available on flights departing Cebu Airport in 2017, an increase of over 18% when compared to 2016. anna.aero has been delving through the schedules to reveal capacity developments, including trends in domestic and international growth, leading airlines and destinations.
A350 focus: Qatar is the largest operator and Hong Kong has the most departing seats; sectors vary from intra-regional to ultra-long range
The A350 family is Airbus’ latest generation and most efficient long-haul, twin-engine, wide-body product, designed to compete with Boeing’s 787 and challenge the 777 family. From 2016 to 2017 the number of seats available on A350-operated flights more than trebled. We take a look at how the A350 has been deployed since entering service in […]
Uzbekistan capacity stabilises in 2017 after three years of cuts; national carrier and main hub airport experience marginal growth
Uzbekistan is one of 11 members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Seat capacity on services to, from and within the central Asian country has varied over the last decade, with strong growth followed by three consecutive years of cuts from 2014 to 2016. Capacity trends for Uzbekistan’s largest airlines, airports and country markets […]
Airbus and Boeing’s delivery rate dropped 7.5% in April; Boeing delivered 29% more units than Airbus during first four months of 2017
In the fourth month of this year Airbus and Boeing combined handed over 98 units to customers, down from the 106 deliveries they achieved during the same month of 2016. April was historic for South Korean carrier Asiana Airlines, as it welcomed its first A350, an aircraft for which it has 30 orders.
International growth stalls in China; Japan deposes South Korea as #1 market as Hainan Airlines grows 50%; Guangzhou adds 700k seats
After double-digit growth in each of the last three summers, international growth in China is set to slow dramatically this summer to less than 3%. Political issues with South Korea have taken their toll as we reveal the winners and losers by country, airline and Chinese airport.
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 […]