Articles Tagged ‘Jetstar Airways’
Jetstar Airways now flies from Cairns to Denpasar, from Gold Coast to Perth, as well as from Melbourne to Wellington using its A320s.
One of the latest new domestic routes to launch in Australia was the JETGO Australia route between Brisbane and Tamworth. However, it is overseas traffic at the top 20 airports that is driving much of the country’s annual growth, with international airlines increasing by 5.6% in 2014. We investigate where is growing and where is […]
Despite being the smallest entity of the pan-Australasian Jetstar LCC behemoth, Jetstar Pacific Airlines has had a frantic February, launching four new domestic routes already this month. anna.aero gets its magnifying glass out to discover the carrier’s main nuclei of activity in the fast-growing Vietnamese market.
Australia-New Zealand capacity grows by 3.3% this winter; Air New Zealand dominates with 35% of seats
Relations between Australia and New Zealand (also referred to as Tran-Tasman relations) are extremely close with both sharing British colonial heritage. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of both regions, resulting in flights increasing by 2.8% and ASKs up 2.5%, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between the two […]
A piece of precision German FTWA engineering beats over 250 global airports to secure the second ‘Arch of Triumph’ annual title. Fuerteventura wins the last weekly competition of 2014.
Jetstar Airways starts its first international flight from Wellington to Gold Coast, along with Queenstown to Gold Coast.
Australia’s ninth biggest airport (for now anyway) welcomes over two million passengers per year and currently offers a 100% domestic network only. anna.aero’s data elves worked like Tasmanian Devils to unearth the airport’s statistical trends.
Analysis of Qantas’ home-hub ‒ we investigate how the operation has developed year by year and we detail which are the leading country markets, and how this compares with a year ago, along with what expansion plans the airline has for S15 at its main base (cough – none!).
The Australian air travel market continues to report solid if unspectacular growth. We track the growth rates in recent months and look at which airports are growing their international demand most rapidly. Plus a round-up of recent new international services.
Gateway to the capital of the Northern Territory of Australia, Darwin Airport consolidated its annual passenger performance in FY2014, reaching 2.3 million this year. With a total of 11 carriers operating from the airport, anna.aero takes a closer look at Darwin’s recent developments and reveals which is the busiest destination this summer.
Fiji country market growing at 4%; Fiji Airways is dominant serving airline; Hong Kong is fastest growing market
Made up from over 800 islands and islets, but served by just 15 operational airports, the Pacific island archipelago of Fiji is tourist favourite for Australians, New Zealanders and Asians. anna.aero gets close in on this remote territory.
Jetstar Airways continues to launch domestic routes, like the recent Gold Coast to Mackay service which started earlier this month. anna.aero investigates the international component of its network, plus its top 12 routes, as the LCC moves into its 11th year of operations.