Articles Tagged ‘Brisbane’
Brisbane Airport Corporation has announced the appointment of Simon Dodd to the role of Head of Aviation Development, reporting to Jim Parashos, Executive General Manager Aviation. Dodd will join the team in October 2021.
Singapore Airlines will have 153 weekly departures in December, with Melbourne top. We investigate this and the carrier’s top-20 O&Ds from Melbourne.
We interview Jim Parashos, Brisbane’s Executive GM of Aviation, about the airport and its future development. Ho Chi Minh is a key unserved market.
Brisbane has welcomed its new runway, which is crucial for future growth. In recent years, its international seats have grown significantly. Where’s next?
From 22 June, Alliance Airlines, a big regional Australian airline, will serve Whitsunday Coast (Proserpine) on a subsidised basis to help boost tourism.
This is key for passengers while ensuring freight continues. In 2019, 745,000 flew from Brisbane to Europe, with the few means of reach home now.
As Brisbane Airport celebrated their new runway this week, we chat with key players there to learn more about the passenger growth driving this.
Top-20 domestic routes in Australia have 1m+ indirect passengers a year. Canberra stands out and Canberra – Hobart leads with the strongest fare/mile.
In 2018, the top-20 unserved routes between Australia-Southeast Asia saw 777,000 passengers. To/from Vietnam, almost six in ten travelling indirectly. With its coming A321XLRs, will VietJet Air start Brisbane-Ho Chi Minh City, a strong-growing market with 51,000 passengers and above-average fare/mile?
World Routes 2019 is about to begin, so it’s a great time to look at the Australia-New Zealand market. It has been growing, but 1.3 million seats were removed by both Emirates and AirAsia X. Air New Zealand is the leading operator by seats, aided by a strong use of wide-bodies. 23 routes are operated […]
Virgin Australia will grow weekly flights by 7% this August, when compared to same month last year, including starting new routes to places like “Bundy” or Bundaberg in Queensland. We also look at how the acquisition of Skywest Airlines in April has impacted on the carrier’s key metrics.
Australia’s third busiest airport passed 20 million passengers last year and is reporting solid growth in 2012. But which domestic routes are growing fastest, and which new services have been added by which airlines in the last 12 months? Which long-haul carriers will Hawaiian Airlines be joining at the airport in November?