Articles Tagged ‘HGH’

United Airlines heads for Hangzhou

United Airlines heads for Hangzhou

United Airlines begins thrice-weekly 787-9 operations between San Francisco and the Chinese city – already links the Californian hub to Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai Pudong and Xi’an.

Xiamen Airlines adds new routes to Indonesia and the Philippines

Xiamen Airlines adds new routes to Indonesia and the Philippines

Xiamen Airlines connects Hangzhou with Jakarta and Xiamen with Cebu.

Air China starts first US service from Shenzhen

Air China starts first US service from Shenzhen

Air China connects Shenzhen with Los Angeles as well as Hangzhou with Ibaraki in Japan.


Vietnam Airlines adds another Chinese link from Nha Trang

Vietnam Airlines adds another Chinese link from Nha Trang

Vietnam Airlines connects Nha Trang with Hangzhou, operating thrice-weekly.

fastjet’s GM East Africa Jimmy Kibati can’t believe his eyes with Route of Week certificate

fastjet’s GM East Africa Jimmy Kibati can’t believe his eyes with Route of Week certificate

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Aena shows off its Route of the Week award for its new Beijing Capital Airlines Hangzhou service and Budapest Airport reaches a passenger milestone with Ryanair. More news from Swedavia, Cairns Airport, All Nippon Airways, Flybe and U-FLY.

Arch of Triumph 2015 winner revealed; has Sydney finally done enough to secure top spot from Birmingham?

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.


Beijing Capital Airlines launches first European route

Beijing Capital Airlines launches first European route

Beijing Capital Airlines links Hangzhou and Madrid with twice-weekly flights.

Macau Airport ready to break passenger records in 2015; five new airlines welcomed this year

Macau Airport ready to break passenger records in 2015; five new airlines welcomed this year

Although the six million annual passenger barrier is perhaps another 12 months away, Macau International Airport has had its best year ever, surpassing its previous record year of 2007 after seeing four years of consecutive growth. anna.aero delves into Macau’s key markets, routes and airlines to discover its secrets.

Scoot launches fifth route to China

Scoot launches fifth route to China

Scoot makes Hangzhou its latest Chinese destination from Singapore replacing SilkAir.


Sichuan Airlines sets off to South Korea and Vietnam

Sichuan Airlines sets off to South Korea and Vietnam

Sichuan Airlines starts new routes to Jeju and Ho Chi Minh City.

Spring Airlines starts fifth route to Jeju

Spring Airlines starts fifth route to Jeju

Spring Airlines serves Jeju in South Korea from Hangzhou in China.

SilkAir now serves almost 50 destinations from Singapore; China, India and Indonesia are leading country markets

SilkAir now serves almost 50 destinations from Singapore; China, India and Indonesia are leading country markets

Singapore Airlines’ regional subsidiary SilkAir now carries over 3.5 million passengers per year on a fleet of almost 30 narrow-body jets. We look at the airline’s growth in the last 10 years, leading routes and country markets.