Articles Tagged ‘Indonesia’
Cathay Pacific Airways cuts capacity in 2017; Taiwan tops table of destinations, Taipei Taoyuan is leading connection
Cathay Pacific Airways is a well-established airline brand having been founded in the 1940s. The Asian operator offered 29.1 million seats across its network last year, down 1.8% from 2016. Nick Preston considers the Hong Kong hub carrier’s recent capacity trends, including its leading airports, country markets and routes.
The US and China have largest domestic networks in 2017, but Australia offers more seats per capita and Middle East markets are growing fast
Global domestic capacity grew by 7% from 2016 to 2017 with more than 6.2 billion seats on sale this year. While the US remains the largest domestic market, it is being outgrown by other developing networks. anna.aero has trawled through the schedules to reveal the largest domestic markets, and which are growing at the fastest […]
Xiamen Airlines and China Southern lead the carrier charge for W17/18 growth; China, India and the US front country market growth
With 12 airlines and 21 airports in the top 40 for growth at the start of W17/18, it is no wonder that China is growing three times faster than any other nation. anna.aero has crunched the numbers to highlight the leading airlines, airports and country markets for growth heading into the start of the winter season.
China dominates Asian growth in Q2; fastest-growing major country market but Jakarta fends off Kunming for fastest-growing airport
With Routes Asia taking place next week and the start of the summer season less than two weeks away, we decided to take a look at Asian developments in 2017 Q2 compared with 2016 Q2. We look at the top country markets for growth, biggest airlines and fastest-growing airports.
Indonesia’s Batik Air eyes Australia for international expansion; already ranked third in domestic market with 40-plus aircraft fleet
The full-service carrier from the Lion Air Group, Batik Air has grown quickly since launching service in 2013. We reveal the airline’s share of the domestic market, the leading airports for flights and the average weekly frequency of routes.
Garuda Indonesia reporting modest international growth; only 11 country markets currently served outside of Indonesia
Garuda Indonesia has seen rapid growth domestically and from its in-house LCC Citilink. We reveal how quickly the airlines have grown since 2010, the airline’s busiest airports and which are its biggest international markets.
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.
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.
Kuala Namu Airport, Medan’s new replacement for Polonia International Airport in Sumatra, is up and running
Berlin, Doha, Medan – which is the odd one out? Yes, it’s Medan, as its new airport is up and running. Kuala Namu International Airport (KNO) opened for business on 25 July as the replacement for Medan’s Polonia International Airport (MES). We reveal how quickly demand has grown at the airport, and which are the […]
Citilink, Indonesia’s fast-growing LCC, handled 3.8 million passengers in 2012; eyes 100 new routes in 2013
Initially created as Garuda Indonesia’s alternative low-cost airline in 2001, Citilink became a fully independent airline last year. Ambitious plans for 2013 include the doubling of passenger throughput and 100 new routes.
240 million people drive Indonesia’s booming economy forward creating an excellent environment for the country’s airlines. anna.aero examines the country’s traffic as it approaches a decade of uninterrupted growth.
Indonesia’s third-busiest airport, Surabaya, handled more than 15 million passengers in 2012 of which over 90% travelled domestically. In fact, it is the country’s largest airport without a direct link to Europe.