Articles Tagged ‘DMK’
Home to an estimated population of 51 million, who like to describe their home country’s economic success as “Miracle on the Han River”, South Korea is served by 14 commercial airports. With the two airports serving Seoul commanding 63% of the total traffic, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in this fast growing market and reveals […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cebu Airport welcomes the arrival of Mandarin Airlines first charter flight from Kaohsiung, and Athens Airport holds a press conference celebrating Blue Air’s new route from Larnaca. More news from Thai AirAsia X, Perth, Southampton, London Stansted and Munich airports.
Thai AirAsia takes on Nok Air on routes to Loei, Nan and Roi Et from Bangkok.
The first week of the 2015 ‘Arch of Triumph’ competition sees 12 entries from around the world, including two airports sending us two FTWAs each. The last weekly winners of 2014 – the firefighters from Fuerteventura – get the Airport Director to share in their glory.
V Air is newest LCC starting daily flights from Taipei to Bangkok Don Mueang.
Tigerair Taiwan adds links from Taipei to Bangkok and Chiang Mai.
The (northern) winter season has begun with the launch of dozens of new routes. We reveal which airports, airlines and country markets have seen the biggest volume increase in seat capacity this November compared with last November.
Nok Air starts double-daily flights to Lampang, competing indirectly with Bangkok Airways.
Thai AirAsia connects Bangkok with Sakon Nakhon twice-daily competing with Nok Air.
Thai AirAsia X now links Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport with Osaka Kansai and Tokyo Narita using A330-300s.
Last month, this week’s winner – a major Asian airport – won its first weekly ‘Arch of Triumph’ title with this FTWA — the third lowest winning score of the year (22.8). This week it has scored over 10 more points to secure victory. But did the Japanese airport make it onto the overall leader […]
Scoot now flies daily from Singapore to Bangkok’s Don Mueang airport, using 777s.