Articles Tagged ‘China Eastern’
In 2010, Boeing’s 737 Classics had 268 million seats globally. Last year, they had 44 million. We look at the evolution of the type and top airlines and routes for each series.
With 39,000 existing passengers and a decent average fare, we look at the breakeven performance of one LCC and one FSC on Bangalore – Shanghai using RDC’s Apex tool.
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.
Kunming Airlines launches four times weekly services between Kunming and Yangon.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Salvador Bahia celebrating its Route of the Week win, Doncaster Sheffield welcomes Wizz Air’s Budapest route announcement, while Pittsburgh heralds the first charter flight from Shanghai. More news also from Manchester and Leeds Bradford.
The European manufacturer has matched Boeing in terms of single-aisle aircraft deliveries in May, however the American firm leads the way for wide-body variants, delivering over double that managed by Airbus last month. Overall, Boeing has further increased its lead in the 2015 race, pulling away with an advantage of 67 aircraft.
Tokyo Narita’s mascot, Kutan, joins in the Asian ANNIE celebrations, as the Japanese hub scoops the award for the airport with the most new long-haul routes.
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.
China’s #2 airline in terms of weekly seats and weekly flights has grown by 4m annual passengers in the last year, ensuring that China Eastern Airlines stays inside the world’s top 10 largest airlines. But what impact will this man have on its growth plans to Japan?
China Eastern Airlines launches daily services from Kunming to Xining.
Traffic between Mainland China and Australia is booming as Chinese carriers keep growing. But which airports benefit the most? And what is the response from Australian carriers?
Xi’an Xianyang airport, China’s 8th busiest, growing at almost 20% per annum; just 2% of flights are international
With over 21 million annual passengers Xi’an Xianyang International airport is one of China’s busiest. Which are the airport’s leading airlines and routes? And which international markets are served by which non-Chinese airlines? And what new infrastructure did the airport celebrate in May?