Articles Tagged ‘ISB’
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.
flyadeal joins Saudi Arabian domestic sector scramble; Dubai to be first international route in 2018?
Launched on 23 September, flyadeal, the sister LCC of Saudi Arabian Airlines, is the flag carrier’s attempt to combat the growing presence of other carriers like flynas and SaudiGulf Airlines. We look at where the fledgling carrier is presently operating and try to understand where it might fly to next.
Shaheen Air International connects Islamabad and Manchester.
Pakistan sees a rise in seat capacity of 23%; flydubai is fastest growing airline while UAE is top foreign country market
Pakistan has seen an increase in seat capacity over the past 12 months of just over 23%. anna.aero investigates to see which country markets have witnessed the greatest growth as a result of seat capacity increases, and which airports are experiencing the greatest growth.
Air Arabia seizes the opportunity at Ras Al Khaimah, launching seven routes following the demise of RAK Airways.
Safi Airways introduces flights from Kabul to Islamabad, joining Delhi, Dubai and Herat.
airblue introduces non-stop flights between Birmingham Airport and Islamabad Airport as well as one-stop flights to Lahore Airport.
RAK Airways connects Ras Al Khaimah Airport and Islamabad Airport with twice-weekly flights.
Pakistan International Airlines launches services from Islamabad Airport to Barcelona Airport via Karachi Airport.
Shaheen Air launches services from Islamabad, Lahore and Peshawar to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.
Despite living in the shadow of the mega-MEB3, Oman Air continues to grow at pace in 2012, poised on the threshold of breaking 4 million annual passengers for the first time. But where has this growth come from – existing or new routes? Which country markets have seen the biggest capacity hikes in the last 12 months?