Articles Tagged ‘Beijing’
Somon Air has played a vital role during coronavirus, with multiple charter flights. But what about its future network and fleet development?
Cathay Dragon ceased to exist on 21 October. Will Cathay Pacific or HK Express take up the 10 destinations that are now unserved?
We look at traffic + fares across Hanoi’s top-20 international routes. Seoul #1, but Tokyo Narita grew by 40% from a 25% fare fall from VietJet’s entry.
China’s domestic seats are down 135 million and international seats 27 million, led by Thailand; leisure destinations are badly hit.
China to Europe sees 48 European and 34 Chinese airports. In 2019, 2.4m extra seats were added, the biggest ever, with over 50 new routes. Keflavik coming.
Buoyed by rising trade and 1 million+ Chinese in Africa, over 2.5 million people flew between China and Africa in 2018. Guangzhou is the leading gateway, with one-third of passengers, while Egypt is the most-demanded country. 14 routes operate to the continent, but 8 in 10 passengers connect on the way. anna.aero explores this growing […]
Beijing Airport still #2 after Atlanta; 100m pax milestone may not be reached before new airport opens; Air China is dominant carrier
China’s busiest airport grew by 4.4% last year to reach almost 90 million passengers. We reveal the leading airlines, the biggest and fastest-growing country markets and which new domestic routes have been added in the last 12 months.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and British PM David Cameron announce direct link between Manchester and Beijing
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Air Malta and KLM inaugurate their code-share agreement, while Ryanair announces two new routes from Turin. More news also from London City, Naples, Miami, Cleveland Burke Lakefront and Iasi airports as well as from Monarch Airlines.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Birmingham Airport celebrates passing 10 million passengers in the past 12 months, while Beijing Capital Airlines commences its first long-haul charter programme to Copenhagen. More news also from Amsterdam, as well as Frankfurt, Glasgow and Newcastle airports, plus Ryanair.
British Airways starting Chengdu service in September; Chinese airlines maintaining steady 11% growth in 2013
The Chinese air travel market is still reporting double-digit growth in 2013, with the massive domestic market still outperforming the international market. We take a look at which airports grew fastest in 2012, and which airlines are preparing for new international services before the end of the year.
Beijing Capital Airport took three Asian ANNIES last year, and continued to grow throughout 2012, further diminishing the distance to take over on Atlanta as the world’s busiest airport. anna.aero examines the world’s second largest airport.
Chinese air traffic up almost 9% in 2012 so far; AirAsia, Dragonair and Scoot all starting new routes this winter
China’s airlines continue to report solid growth in 2012 with international growth outstripping domestic growth. Despite the EU’s ETS European carriers have launched several new routes this summer. But which carriers are looking to grow in China this winter?