Articles Tagged ‘Hainan Airlines’
Phnom Penh traffic doubles between 2010 and 2016 to 3.39 million; Q1 2017 passengers up 17%; now served by Emirates from Dubai
Phnom Penh is Cambodia’s second largest airport after Siem Reap, handling just under 3.39 million passengers in 2016. Along with Emirates, a further five new carriers have arrived at the airport since S16. We see how traffic has grown in recent years and observe which carriers are growing the most from the Cambodian capital city […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Loganair commemorates the 50-year anniversary of serving the Orkney Inter-Isles Air Service, with the operation also including the world’s shortest route. More news also from World Routes 2017 where Brussels Airport collected a special award as well as Cluj-Napoca Airport.
Hainan Airlines begins twice-weekly service between the Chinese and Australian cities.
Reykjavik/Keflavik’s fire crew show off their huge certificate from last week’s competition. How will they get it on the fire station wall?? Nice to have some real geographic diversity in this week’s Arch of Triumph, with five different regions battling it out for glory.
Hainan Airlines adds a second route to Tel Aviv and begins serving Belgrade from Beijing via Prague.
Auckland Airport traffic up 8.1% for first half of 2017; handled just under 18.3 million passengers in 2016; five new airlines this summer
Auckland Airport for the first six months of 2017 handled 9.58 million passengers, with 55% of this traffic flying on international services. Since last August the airport has welcomed Qatar Airways, Hong Kong Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Tianjin Airlines, while existing carriers continue to thrive.
Brussels Airport returns to natural growth; on course to pass 24 million passengers in 2017; anna.aero meets with CEO Arnaud Feist
Brussels Airport serves the capital of Belgium and Europe. This year will see the airport return to natural growth, with every month since November being record-breaking for the hub. We recently travelled to the airport to speak with its CEO Arnaud Feist to find out more about what lies ahead for the airport.
Hainan Airlines heralds Asian ANNIES award win while Adelaide has its cake and eats it with Cake of the Week award
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Eastern Airways announces a new service between Belfast City and Newcastle, while Helsinki opens up the newest section of its terminal extension. More news also from Cornwall Airport Newquay, Southampton and Menorca airports.
Déjà vu: China, India, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam win 7th Asian ANNIES airport awards; Chinese carriers again dominate airline awards
We’ve had the US ANNIES, now it’s time for the Asian ANNIES. See which airports have repeated their wins from 12 months ago. The countries dominating the awards may not have changed but there are plenty of new winners.
New York’s big three handling 20 million more passengers than in 2007; Newark passes 40 million mark; Chicago leading destination
New York’s JFK, Newark and LaGuardia airports handled over 129 million passengers in 2016, up 18% when compared to a decade ago. We take a closer look into the city that never sleeps to see how this growth has been distributed, and discover what New York’s leading unserved destinations are.
Helsinki-Denpasar is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” ‒ nearly 230,000 searches; Finnair’s next Asian foray??
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last 12 months nearly 230,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Helsinki and Denpasar ‒ but the route is unserved!? Finnair currently serves 99 destinations from its main hub – will Bali become #100??
International growth stalls in China; Japan deposes South Korea as #1 market as Hainan Airlines grows 50%; Guangzhou adds 700k seats
After double-digit growth in each of the last three summers, international growth in China is set to slow dramatically this summer to less than 3%. Political issues with South Korea have taken their toll as we reveal the winners and losers by country, airline and Chinese airport.