Articles Tagged ‘Hainan Airlines’
Hainan Airlines introduces direct service between Beijing and Canadian state of Alberta.
Shanghai – Barcelona largest unserved market between China and Europe; Paris CDG #1 connected airport; Shanghai – Amsterdam fastest growing route
During the past 12 months, 16 previously unserved routes have opened up between Europe and China, with Baku, Manchester, Prague and London Gatwick being the latest airports to gain Chinese route status. anna.aero looks at how the market has developed in the past year, and to see which are the biggest unserved routes between the two markets.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Thomas Cook Airlines commences charter operations between Brussels and Ohrid while Glasgow wins big at the ACI Europe Awards. Finally Batumi Airport welcomed Bravo Airways’ first charter flight from Kiev Boryspil.
Hainan Airlines starts first China-UK route that does not involve London, linking Beijing with Manchester.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Oakland welcomes the arrival of Norwegian’s London Gatwick route, while Manchester teams up with Hainan Airlines in preparation for the carrier’s launch to Beijing. More news also from Manchester and Munich airports.
Hainan Airlines links Beijing and Tel Aviv – competes directly with El Al.
Brisbane-Beijing is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” with nearly 60,000 searches in 2015 – BNE to host Routes Asia 2018
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software shows that 60,000 potential travellers per year want to fly between Brisbane and Beijing – yet the city pair remains unserved. Will this be Hainan Airlines’ next Australian service, following the start of Xi’an to Sydney services last year? Meanwhile, Routes Asia will be hosted by a Brisbane Airport-led consortium in 2018.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair announces new services from Dublin for W16/17 while Sun d’Or Airlines announces its plans to commence operations to Georgia. More news also from Wizz Air, Tigerair Australia, Manchester, Aberdeen, Moscow Sheremetyevo and Bristol airports.
China Eastern Airlines poised to smash 100 million annual passengers; Xi’an is biggest route from Shanghai Pudong
China’s second largest carrier, China Eastern Airlines is likely to pass the 100 million passenger milestone in 2016 if its recent annual growth is anything to go by. Our data elves reveal the airline’s biggest routes and country markets, including Australia, from its biggest base at Shanghai Pudong.
Hainan Airlines starts twice-weekly Changsha to Los Angeles service with 787s.
Arch of Triumph 2015 winner revealed; has Sydney finally done enough to secure top spot from Birmingham?
Will the current leader in the 2015 Arch of Triumph competition, Birmingham Airport, be celebrating the first airport marketing award of 2016? Or has the prolific route celebrator Sydney Airport done enough to snatch victory? First of all, the Australian airport needed to beat off the rest of this week’s offerings.
Hainan Airlines connects Xi’an and Sydney with twice-weekly flights.