Articles Tagged ‘India’
International capacity to India has doubled since 2006; UAE market four times bigger than any other; Jet Airways to end US flights for now
India’s controversial “5/20” rule continues to handicap Indian carriers, but we reveal how the Indian international market has developed since 2006. We rank the leading country markets and airlines and how they have grown (or not) between 2014 and 2015.
Global seat capacity up 7.3% in 2016 Q1; China and Ryanair see biggest increase in seats compared with 2015 Q1
We reveal which are the leading airlines and country markets in the first quarter of 2016 and by how much they are growing (or shrinking). Plus a look at which airlines and countries are seeing the biggest increase in capacity.
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.
Kansas City Airport celebrates winning Cake of the Week while Manchester Airport passes 23 million passengers
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, United Airlines celebrates its 10-year anniversary of services to India, while Munich Airport celebrates bmi regional’s first flight to Brno. Plus other news from Manchester Airport, Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport, LOT Polish Airlines and HK Express.
India’s airlines are taking advantage of low fuel prices and going through a period of rapid growth. We reveal the shifts in domestic market share, the top 15 Indian airports and which are the leading international carriers.
AirAsia India and Vistara bring further competition to Indian market; domestic traffic up almost 20% in September to November period
Demand for air travel in India is booming once again. After a quiet start to 2014, domestic passenger numbers are growing at double-digit rates. We reveal the change in airline market share during 2014 and look at which airports are growing fastest for domestic and international passengers.
India’s airlines may not be the most financially healthy in the world, but that isn’t stopping them from achieving reasonable growth in the second quarter of 2014. We reveal which airports are growing fastest for domestic and international traffic and what share of the market AirAsia India has so far managed.
Indian airports serve 169 million passengers in last year; passenger numbers up 6% as AirAsia India prepares to launch
India’s air travel market faces economic and currency-related issues, but still grew by 6% during the last year. We look at which airports are growing fastest, what the trends in international and domestic growth are, and reveal which carriers are growing fastest in serving the Indian international market.
Leak of the Week: Wizz Air will touch down in Dubai later this month when its services from Budapest, Bucharest, Kiev Zhulyany and Sofia begin, but its progress ever eastwards will not end there — as India is mooted to be next.
Our annual look at capacity trends across Asia reveals several changes from a year ago. China is still doing well but several other country markets are outperforming it this summer, notably Indonesia. Jakarta is growing ten times faster than Beijing, while Bangkok’s main airport loses traffic to its predecessor.
Despite being a fast-growing emerging economy, India’s air travel market declined during the last 12 months. We reveal how differently the domestic and international markets are performing, and which airports have performed best. Plus we show how each carrier’s share of the domestic market has changed in recent months.
India’s fifth busiest facility, Kolkata Airport has grown at an average rate of 12% since 2006, powered largely by the growth of the domestic segment. But with international capacity up 45% this April, it is rapidly becoming the next driver of growth.