Articles Tagged ‘CRK’
Korean Air launches daily flights between Seoul Incheon and Clark International.
Xiamen Airlines launches three-times-weekly flights between Quanzhou and Clark International.
In this week’s Network Planning Community Newsletter, JetSMART announces first flights to Columbia and takes initial A320neo; Clark International celebrates Arch of Triumph win; Ryanair announces 42 Ukrainian routes; Air Austral places an A220 order and we forecast initial routes; Spirit announces Nashville base expansion just after launch, and Emirates adds A380 to Cairo…
It was a head-to-head this time round with Clark International up against Edinburgh Airport. Although the KLM service wasn’t *technically* a new route, as a nice 100th birthday present for the airline we made an exception…
Pan Pacific Airlines commences daily flights between Clark International and Seoul Incheon.
Philippines AirAsia launches a three times weekly link from Clark to Seoul Incheon.
Jeju Air begins six new routes including links to the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia and Thailand.
Philippines AirAsia launches three new domestic connections from Cagayan de Oro.
With France claiming Germany’s crown as football World Cup champions on Sunday, the nation craved something to lift its collective spirits. Step-up some German airport firefighters to restore some well-needed national pride.
Philippines AirAsia launches a three times weekly service to the Taiwanese capital.
Philippines AirAsia traffic grew by 34% in 2017, with 24% growth forecast this year; now handles one million international passengers
Philippines AirAsia flew just under 4.8 million scheduled passengers in 2017, with 28% of its traffic flying on international sectors. Jonathan Ford investigates the carrier’s recent developments, how it has advanced operations from its leading airports, plus he reveals its most popular international destinations.
10 airports do battle for Week 19 Arch of Triumph glory, with entries from Asia, North America, Africa and Europe. The latter region remains the dominant force in the competition, but the scrap for second place is heating up – anyone got any water?