Articles Tagged ‘DAC’
We explore Air Arabia’s Sharjah network, with many changes over pre-coronavirus S19. The carrier’s longest route, to Kuala Lumpur, will use A321neos.
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!
United Express begins two routes, Aer Lingus Regional’s final pieces of its Belfast City puzzle, Jazeera Airways becomes the only carrier to Dhaka, + more.
Jazeera Airways began Kuwait – Dhaka on 1 October. It is presently the only operator on the airport-pair, which had a 14-weekly offering this time in 2019.
British Airways serves Islamabad with Lahore coming soon. Will Dhaka be next? It has good yield, strong local traffic, and Biman with a one-stop offering.
With Air Arabia’s third + fourth routes from the UAE capital revealed, we look at its network strategy with Etihad and what routes could be next.
Happy new year! In this edition, Turkish Airlines wins Route of the Week for its Xi’an service, and Manchester Airport is the first Cake of the Week winner of 2020.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines connects Dhaka to Manchester; the airport’s first Bangladesh route since 2012.
Himalaya Airlines launches three times weekly flights between Kathmandu and the Bangladeshi capital.
SriLankan Airlines traffic fell 3.3% in Q3 2018; Melbourne route carries over 150,000 people in first year; India accounts for 33% of PAX
SriLankan Airlines in 2018 operated a 35+ destination network from Colombo, having not opened a new route from Sri Lanka’s capital in over 12 months. Jonathan Ford looks at the airline’s network with regards to its top routes by passengers carried, and highlights potential future services as others are cut.
India international capacity up 5.6% in 2018; IndiGo adds most foreign seats while Sri Lanka sees the most growth this year
There were 80.63 million two-way seats available between India and international destinations in 2018, up 5.6% on the previous year. Nick Preston takes a look at key trends in India’s international connections, including the strongest growing airlines, country markets and individual destinations.
Kolkata traffic leaps by 26% during FY17/18; LCCs are driving growth, Bangladesh is leading international market in S18
Kolkata Airport handled 19.89 million passengers during the financial year FY17/18, 26% more than in the previous 12 months. Its average year-on-year traffic growth over the past two financial years is 25%. Nick Preston examines key traffic trends at this rapidly rising Indian airport, including its top airlines and routes.