Articles Tagged ‘Christchurch’
Air New Zealand has 40 domestic and nine international routes this week. Now, 80% of domestic flights are operated by turboprops, key for network continuity.
Tokyo has 18 unserved routes with 40,000+ passengers. We examine them – which is strong by fare per kilometre? Vote to say which you think will happen!
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 […]
anna.aero’s Editor Marc Watkins had the perfect excuse to escape the Northern Hemisphere winter (at least by phone), by interviewing Matthew Findlay, recently GM Airlines and Alliances at Christchurch Airport. Find out what Findlay thinks are the prospects for the New Zealand market, as well as the risks.
The New Zealand government’s just-published International Air Transport Policy Statement effectively creates an ‘Open Skies’ over Christchurch until 2017 to assist with the region’s recovery from the 2010/12 earthquakes. What is the effect for the airport? And which previously restricted markets does it open up?
Eight months after the tragic earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand is celebrating the Rugby World Cup victory on home soil by the All Blacks. But which countries have been most responsible for boosting inbound tourism? How have the country’s three main airports developed in recent years and which ‘new’ airport welcomed its first Air New […]
The airline just announced as ATW’s Airline of the Year dominates its domestic market and flights to Australia, but on which routes does it face competition? Which are its main destinations? And which celebrity chose Air New Zealand on his visit to the country this week?
Christchurch wins Routes marketing award; Jetstar replaces Qantas to challenge Air New Zealand supremacy
Christchurch is New Zealand’s 2nd biggest airport but how dominant is Air New Zealand? On which routes is there most competition and which two non-local airlines offer long-haul connections?