Articles Tagged ‘DXB’
Milan Bergamo had 13.9 million pax in 2019. And with ongoing development, we see what will drive the airport’s future together with key unserved routes.
There’s a new world order! The world’s top-20 international routes shaken up because of coronavirus – with 14 new routes. Dubai – Heathrow up from fifth.
Emirates’ Lusaka route saw 76% of pax connect over Dubai last year; we see where and why. Africa had 11% of the MEB3’s seats, with Emirates by far the #1 non-African airline.
As Israel – UAE announce peace deal, we see that over 1.9 million flew between Tel Aviv and Africa (East/Southern), Asia, and Australasia last year, with UAE hubs offering more choice and often shorter routings.
We look at the network overlap between flydubai and Emirates, with Kuwait the #1 by total seats, and see what new destinations flydubai would bring.
Emirates to London Heathrow, Brussels, Frankfurt, Paris CDG, and Zurich to resume, mainly for cargo. 16-weekly flights will initially operate vs. usual 112.
Emirates will operate Dubai – Singapore – Penang daily from April. Qatar Airways operates Doha – Penang non-stop, with the UK/Germany Penang’s key markets.
Amongst this week’s new airline routes launched, Emirates finally gets the go-ahead to serve Mexico City and Air Belgium connects the Caribbean with Brussels Charleroi.
flydubai launches Yangon replacing partner Emirates and increase frequency to daily. This is flydubai’s second foray into Southeast Asia after Bangkok.
Emirates is finally able to connect Dubai with Mexico City from 09 December, via Barcelona, after Mexican authorities grant permission.
Asia is #1 for the MEB3 while Europe is #1 for Turkish Airlines. Turkish Airlines now has more frequencies to Africa than Asia.
98% of London Stansted capacity is short-haul. But within one year, both Emirates and Air India began service. Long-haul is the focus. Where’s next?