Articles Tagged ‘China Southern’
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.
Brussels Airport showcases Route of the Week title for Air Moldova while Newcastle is delighted down under with Cake of the Week win
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Rzeszow Airport in Poland welcomes the arrival of Ryanair’s new Berlin connection, while the UK Government gives its backing for a third runway to be built at London Heathrow. More news also from Adelaide which will be welcoming thousands of aviation delegates in 2019.
China Southern Airlines launches thrice-weekly service from Taipei to Dayong.
China’s sixth busiest airport grew by a modest 5% last year, but is busier than Boston Logan. Air China subsidiary Shenzhen Airlines is still the leading airline with almost 50 non-stop routes. Competition is intense on the leading domestic routes, but international services are limited to nine destinations in six countries.
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?
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?
China Southern resumes weekly services from Urumqi to Tashkent in Uzbekistan.
Heathrow passes 70 million; loses flights to Dresden, Seville and Taipei; welcomes germanwings and China Southern
London’s Heathrow Airport recently passed 70 million annual passengers for the first time, and it still has only two runways (though when it was first built it actually had six). But which carriers have appeared (and disappeared) this summer, and which carriers have started new routes? And which have dropped routes?
It’s official: cakes are the ultimate way to celebrate not only route launches, but also other memorable occasions. China Southern and Flybe lead the way.
Dalian Airlines launches from Dalian, China’s 16th busiest airport; China Southern currently has 35% of airport market
Air China has launched a joint venture with local government to create Dalian Airlines. Which are the leading airlines at China’s 16th busiest airport, what share of capacity is allocated to Beijing and Shanghai routes, and which foreign airlines provide services at the airport?