Articles Tagged ‘DAC’
Oman Air launches a new four times weekly link to the Bangladeshi capital from Muscat – will face competition from two carriers.
Southwest Airlines expands Texas’ Dallas Love Field Airport seat capacity by 38% in S15 thanks to repeal of Wright Amendment
Southwest Airlines has added 34 new routes from Dallas Love Field over the past year, resulting in the airline increasing capacity from the airport by 38%. anna.aero looks into this expansion, and also which markets have been trimmed following the repeal of the Wright Amendment.
AirAsia restarts services from Kuala Lumpur to Dhaka – a service that was last flown in 2011.
Bangladesh’s capacity grows on average by 7.6% per year over last 11 years; UAE is top international market
Classified as one of the most densely populated countries, as it accommodates over 160 million people despite being about 10% smaller than the state of California, Bangladesh is also an Asian aviation hot-spot. With the flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines controlling 31% and 21% of seats and flights respectively, anna.aero takes a closer look at […]
Air Arabia seizes the opportunity at Ras Al Khaimah, launching seven routes following the demise of RAK Airways.
The first days of the 2014 summer timetable have brought almost 500 new routes to the world and almost as many tonnes of cakes. Use your vote to select your choice of the week for S14 Season Part 1.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines links Dhaka with Frankfurt via Rome with twice-weekly 777-200 flights.
Flying off into retirement. Until this week, Biman Bangladesh Airlines was the only operator of a DC-10 (S2-ACR – ‘New Era’) still used for passenger services. Over the extended weekend of 22-24 February the airline offered a series of pleasure flights from Birmingham Airport to those wishing to witness the end of an era – […]
Regent Airways takes on three other carriers serving the Dhaka-Singapore market.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines has resumed service from Dhaka to Yangon with twice-weekly flights.
Regent Airways makes Kolkata third international destination after Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.
Leak of the Week: anna.aero can exclusively reveal that Biman Bangladesh Airlines is looking to start Dhaka-Birmingham-New York JFK services from next April, adding to the UK regional airport’s recent long-haul successes with Air India and airblue.