Articles Tagged ‘HRB’
Sichuan Airlines flew more than 32 million seats across its network in 2017, an increase of 8.1% over the previous year. Nick Preston takes a closer look at the Chinese carrier’s network developments over the past 10 years, a period in which it has consistently increased capacity. The airline’s leading airports and routes are identified, along […]
Spring Airlines doubles capacity over past five years; Shanghai airports dominate route network, Thailand is leading international market
There were more than 18.5 million two-way seats available on Spring Airlines’ services in 2017. The Chinese LCC has experienced rapid growth over the past 10 years, during which time it introduced its first international destinations. We take a look at the Asian airline’s fast developing network, including its largest airports and routes.
Tokyo Narita annual traffic up 33% since 2011; domestic traffic quadruples since turn of decade; welcomes seven new carriers
In 2011 Tokyo Narita handled 28 million passengers, whereas last year it welcomed 37.3 million. Within the past 12 months, the Japanese airport has welcomed seven new airlines, with an eighth, Hawaiian Airlines, soon becoming the facility’s 74th carrier. anna.aero takes a closer look at traffic development and the airport’s most popular connections.
Ural Airlines begins Harbin to Chita operation, as well as a new Belgrade service from Moscow Domodedovo.
Spring Airlines adds new routes from four Chinese airports to Thai capital.
China Southern Airlines connects Harbin to Vladivostok, and Shenzhen to Ho Chi Minh City.
A Star Alliance member since November 2012, Shenzhen Airlines has managed to establish itself as the fourth largest operator in China, behind Air China, but above Hainan Airlines. With the carrier operating a total of 221 non-stop routes, anna.aero looks at Shenzhen Airlines’ network for this March.
9 Air links Guangzhou, Harbin and Wenzhou with daily flights.
Hainan Airlines operates daily widebody flights from Harbin to Sanya on Hainan Island.
Far Eastern Air Transport starts weekly flights to Harbin in China.
Russia’s sixth largest carrier, Ural Airlines has grown rapidly over recent years, serving a total of 97 routes in February 2014. As the airline’s traffic went up 25% last year, anna.aero investigates the carrier’s rapid expansion and its current network.
Ural Airlines starts flights from Irkutsk Airport in Russia to Harbin Airport in China.