Articles Tagged ‘HND’

Asia, Europe and North America's top routes experience different levels of competition; Asia most competitive

Asia, Europe and North America’s top routes experience different levels of competition; Asia most competitive

How much competition is there on some of the world’s busiest routes? Which European route is still the busiest despite a 40% drop in traffic? And just how many carriers are there on India’s busiest domestic route?

Skymark #3 in Japanese domestic market; new routes focus on developing Kobe as hub

Skymark #3 in Japanese domestic market; new routes focus on developing Kobe as hubANA and JAL may control 95% of the Japanese domestic market but independent low-cost carrier Skymark plans to grow this year after carrying three million passengers in 2008. Which new routes will it be starting and why?

Will new US – Japan bilateral help boost falling demand? Access to Haneda may be key

Will new US - Japan bilateral help boost falling demand? Access to Haneda may be keyA new US – Japan bilateral agreement promises to open up competition across the Pacific. How has traffic between these two major economies fared over the last 20 years and which are the leading airlines and airports involved.


New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 24 October – Friday 30 October):

Route NewsHere it is: Analysis, pictures and trivia on over 130 new routes that have started during the last seven days, involving over 40 airlines. Sorry if we’ve missed any. Please let us know and we can include them next week.

JAL may axe 50 routes (over three years); domestic demand and load factors falling

Top StoryJAL’s passenger traffic has been falling for several years, long before the current economic downturn. But what are the latest trends in the domestic market and in which major country market were its load factors less than 50% last year?

AAPA members’ international traffic falls in July; Beijing now busiest airport in the region

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsAfter growth of 2.6% in passenger numbers in Q2 international demand on AAPA airlines fell for the first time in several years in July. Load factors in the traditionally strongest month were also down. Beijing now tops the weekly capacity rankings in the region.