Articles Tagged ‘Japan Airlines’
Japan grows international capacity by 43% since 2011; China, South Korea and Taiwan are biggest markets; ANA bigger than JAL
Japan has become more affordable in recent years so inbound tourism is booming. We reveal the rate of growth during the last decade, the leading country markets and which airlines have delivered significant growth since 2011.
American Airlines leads the oneworld charge with 36% of alliance capacity; Dallas/Fort Worth is largest hub; LHR – HKG is #1 for ASKs
The oneworld alliance covers a network of 1,000+ airports and 3,600+ routes on a fleet of 3,571 aircraft. Last year, around 3.5 billion people flew around the world according to IATA, with 558 million flying on a oneword airline. This means that around 15%-16% of air travellers last year flew on a oneworld member aircraft. […]
300+ orgs already registered for anna.aero’s imminent “sister” – Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2016, Singapore – register free. Do it now!
Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2016 is co-located with APEX EXPO and Aircraft Interiors EXPO Asia. With an expected attendance of 3,000+, FTE Asia EXPO 2016 is designed to help Asia’s airlines and airports improve end-to-end customer experiences, and to help the industry avoid customer experience chaos. If you like anna.aero, you’ll love Future Travel […]
anna.aero’s “sister” – Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2016, Singapore – register free. Do it now.
anna.aero’s sister initiative, Future Travel Experience, will be staging the largest-ever passenger experience EXPO in Singapore to help industry avoid customer experience chaos. Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2016 will take place at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore on 25-26 October, and be co-located with APEX EXPO and Aircraft Interiors Expo Asia.
All Nippon Airways now bigger than Japan Airlines on international routes; LCC share of Japan’s domestic market remains under 10%
Japan’s domestic market seems to be stagnating again, but the international market is healthier with capacity this summer up 7%. We look at how ANA and JAL have developed recently and the leading country markets and airlines.
Tokyo Narita annual traffic up 33% since 2011; domestic traffic quadruples since turn of decade; welcomes seven new carriers
In 2011 Tokyo Narita handled 28 million passengers, whereas last year it welcomed 37.3 million. Within the past 12 months, the Japanese airport has welcomed seven new airlines, with an eighth, Hawaiian Airlines, soon becoming the facility’s 74th carrier. anna.aero takes a closer look at traffic development and the airport’s most popular connections.
After delivering 49 units in the month of January, Boeing has opened up a strong lead over its European counterpart of 27 units. The month was also a celebration for SWISS, which became the latest carrier to operate the 777-300ER. Overall both manufacturers delivered a total of 71 aircraft in the first month of the […]
Taiwanese LCC V Air was one of seven new airlines welcomed to Japan’s eighth busiest airport – Nagoya – in the last 12 months. The Japanese airport also boosted its network by 11 new destinations – all of them Chinese. anna.aero negotiates through Nagoya’s year-on-year net gains in terms of airlines and routes.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, KLM announces that it is to increase frequency to Leeds Bradford Airport for S16, while American Airlines and Birmingham Airport hand out their own awards. More news also from Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Hamburg and Vilnius.
Resuming routes after a 14-year break, like Tokyo to Dallas/Fort Worth, is a sure sign of route network recovery for Japan Airlines, the nation’s flag carrier and second largest airline. anna.aero jumps into JAL’s data to find out its most important operations and city pairs.
Leak of the Week – EVA Air eyes-up Milan and Barcelona; Washington and Chicago also mooted; Delhi and Cebu to get connections too
After splashing the cash ($8bn) on 26 new wide-body aircraft in Seattle recently, EVA Air now has to find somewhere to fly them. New network points in Europe, US and India are expected to be announced soon – but anna.aero is giving you the heads-up first.
Perth Airport poses with its Arch of Triumph certificate; another Oz airport makes last ditch effort for 2015 title
Talk about leaving it late. We’re in the last month of the 2015 Arch of Triumph competition and some airports are going the whole hog to break up the party at the top of the leader board. Find out whether any of this week’s five entries – none from Europe again ‒ have done enough […]