Articles Tagged ‘flynas’

Delhi shows off its winners certificate for Shandong Airlines FTWA

Delhi shows off its winners certificate for Shandong Airlines FTWA

The firefighters at Delhi Airport now have not one but two Arch of Triumph certificates on the station walls, both won in 2015 – and happy they are about it too. Find out which one of 11 global airports has won one of the last Arch of Triumph titles of 2015.

flynas links two kingdoms with Bahrain launch

flynas links two kingdoms with Bahrain launch

flynas expands its regional destinations to 26, following the start of services to Bahrain from both Jeddah and Riyadh.

Turkish Airlines grows faster in Egypt than MEB3

Turkish Airlines grows faster in Egypt than MEB3

Despite Turkish Airlines being the best connected airline to the African continent in terms of destinations served, when it comes to Egypt the carrier places second to Qatar Airways in relation to seat capacity. anna.aero looks into the connectivity contest between Turkish and the MEB3 carriers in Egypt, as well as looking to see which […]


Record April for Airbus and Boeing; easyJet receives its 250th A320 family aircraft

Record April for Airbus and Boeing; easyJet receives its 250th A320 family aircraft

While easyJet received its 250th A320 family aircraft from Airbus, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the 2015 delivery race by 54 units. Overall, both Airbus and Boeing stepped up their deliveries in the fourth month of the year, handing over a […]

flynas links two capital cities

flynas links two capital cities

flynas begins flights between the Saudi Arabian and Egyptian capital cities – Riyadh and Cairo.

The Middle East: seats up 1.1%, while flights decreased by 1.9% and ASKs went down 0.6%; Riyadh-Jeddah is #1 route

The Middle East: seats up 1.1%, while flights decreased by 1.9% and ASKs went down 0.6%; Riyadh-Jeddah is #1 route

While the Middle East has been a major centre of world affairs, the air transport industry has become extremely significant for the development of the region. As weekly departing seats have increased by 1.1% this October, anna.aero takes a closer look at the top dozen country and city pairs respectively within the Middle East.


Emirates #1 player in Middle East-Africa market; ASKs increase by 14%; Seats not far behind on 10% growth

Emirates #1 player in Middle East-Africa market; ASKs increase by 14%; Seats not far behind on 10% growth

Not many global region pairs can boast posting double-digit annual growth, but the Middle East to Africa is an exception, posting a 14% growth in weekly ASKs and a 10% hike in weekly seats in the last 12 months. anna.aero delves into the data to reveal the emerging trends in this dynamic market.

flynas restarts Sharjah services from Jeddah

flynas restarts Sharjah services from Jeddah

flynas begins services to its second destination in UAE from Jeddah, adding to its existing double-daily operation into Dubai.

flynas begins second London Gatwick route - Riyadh

flynas begins second London Gatwick route – Riyadh

flynas commences another long-haul route and its third into the UK this summer.


flynas starts its second UK service - Manchester

flynas starts its second UK service – Manchester

flynas’ long-haul expansion continues, as Manchester is added to its existing London Gatwick operation.

Cambridge Airport wrestles victory as judges split in “Toblerone and Pyramid” debate

Cambridge Airport wrestles victory as judges split in “Toblerone and Pyramid” debate

Dresden displays its winning certificate from last week’s competition. Cambridge Airport wins this week, having sparked a heated debate in the anna.aero office in which our last remaining pieces of whole furniture where thrown about and broken.

Global FTWA competition resumes after thousands take part in two weeks of public votes

Global FTWA competition resumes after thousands take part in two weeks of public votes

Last week, Bucharest Airport blasted its way to victory in the second public vote for the ‘Arch of Triumph’ when it welcomed Ryanair’s new four times weekly service from Dublin. Business as usual this week, with the so-called anna.aero ‘experts’ undertaking the scoring and FTWA critique.