Articles Tagged ‘ISB’
Come early February, new entrant AirSial will have the second-highest volume of flights on its first four routes, although its third aircraft is very underutilised.
Air Canada begins Toronto – Doha, American launches TWO routes from Daytona Beach, Wizz Air starts Gibraltar, and MANY more.
Virgin Atlantic began Heathrow – Islamabad on 12 December and -Lahore the following day. Islamabad is by far the top Pakistani city to the UK.
Virgin Atlantic began Manchester – Islamabad on 10 December, the first of its new Pakistan routes to take off in the wake of PIA’s pulldown.
Routes Reconnected: “Quick wins are where you can combine passenger and cargo demand,” Virgin Atlantic says
Routes Reconnected put the spotlight on Europe in a panel session featuring senior stakeholders from Virgin Atlantic, Avinor, and Berlin Brandenburg.
As Turkish Airlines receives first A350-900, we examine the carrier’s widebody network – with widebodies used on 1/3 of network in early December.
British Airways began Heathrow – Lahore on 12 October, joining Islamabad. Lahore had 173,000 passengers from Heathrow last year.
British Airways serves Islamabad with Lahore coming soon. Will Dhaka be next? It has good yield, strong local traffic, and Biman with a one-stop offering.
As Virgin Atlantic announces Pakistan, we examine the market to understand what is driving it and the routes it has picked.
Pakistan is an enormous country and could be a future aviation paradise. We see what’s been happening, noting that it is very underexploited domestically.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Air Transat launches A321neo services, British Airways resumes services to Pakistan, Southampton receives best in class status, and IATA holds its Annual General Meeting…
Pakistan International Airlines capacity stable in 2017; Karachi is leading hub, Saudi Arabia tops international markets
Pakistan International Airlines provided more than 7.8 million two-way seats across its network in 2017, a marginal 0.2% increase when compared to the previous year. Nick Preston looks at the airline’s network developments over the past 10 years, during which time large cuts were followed by strong growth.