Articles Tagged ‘HYD’
India now #5 country for air travel; passes Germany for airport traffic with over 250m passengers in 2016; IndiGo’s 40% domestic share
India’s airports welcomed over 40 million extra passengers in 2016, representing growth of 20% compared with 2015. We look at the leading airports, compare international and domestic growth and reveal the market shares of the leading domestic airlines.
SpiceJet set to handle 14 million passengers in 2016 but still only serves six international destinations; first of 42 737 MAX 8s coming in 2017
India’s fourth biggest domestic airline has a mixed fleet of 737s and Q400s. We track the airline’s domestic share going back to 2009 and reveal the airline’s top 15 airports and number of routes served.
Trujet becomes fourth carrier to link Hyderabad and Kochi.
AirAsia India adds routes from four Indian airports including Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
Jet Airways joins Hyderabad to Dammam and Mangalore to Sharjah.
Pune Airport pushes past five million barrier; IndiGo retains its #1 spot with impressive 17% annual growth
Pune Airport has had a great 2015, not only has it broken through the five million barrier for the first time, but it has become India’s ninth largest airport, jumping ahead of Goa, courtesy of its 29% annual growth. anna.aero inspects the growing carriers and biggest routes at this Indian hot spot.
SpiceJet now connects Hyderabad and Jaipur with the UAE.
Air Pegasus and TruJet latest carriers to launch domestic operations in India; domestic growth fastest since 2011; IndiGo heads for 100 planes
India’s domestic market has seen the number of airlines grow from six in 2013 to 11 at the end of 2015. We reveal how the newcomers are performing and how quickly the market overall is growing. Plus a round-up of new international services.
Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi Airport breaks through the 10-million passenger milestone; AirAsia, Gulf Air, TruJet and Vistara are newest carriers
India’s sixth busiest airport is growing fast. Passenger numbers are up 26% in the first half of 2015. IndiGo is the leading carrier with 40% of seats, and Dubai is the leading international route. We reveal the rest of the top 12 airlines and routes.
Qatar Airways has been flirting with IndiGo, over it acquiring a stake in the LCC, while also declaring that it is not interested in a similar deal involving SpiceJet. Despite India’s biggest airline suggesting that any such talks were ‘completely baseless’, anna.aero’s data elves take a spin through the statistics behind this spicy love triangle.
Delhi’s fire crew show off their winner’s certificate; South America wins as Europe’s drought continues
Delhi Airport’s fire crew show-off their winner’s certificate for the beautiful FTWA crafted recently for the launch of Transaero Airlines’ service from Moscow Vnukovo. Will the Indian hub’s stance at the top of the leader board be challenged by this week’s five offerings?
Vistara joins four other carriers in serving Delhi-Hyderabad market.