Articles Tagged ‘JHB’
AirAsia grew by 23% from Kota Kinabalu in 2018 and added two international links; operates a 20-destination network from the airport
Kota Kinabalu is AirAsia’s second largest base regarding annual capacity, having offered 5.73 million two-way seats from the airport in 2018. Jonathan Ford looks at the LCC’s development from the Malaysian airport over the past couple of years, including the expansion of international markets in North Asia.
Asian airports represent 60% of the five FTWA entries this week and have now claimed 13% of all victories in this year’s competition. Read on to find out which airport in the region did enough to take home the crown this week.
AirAsia launches flights from Johor Bahru to Alor Setar and Ipoh – both served four times weekly.
Jin Air begins a twice-weekly service between Seoul Incheon and Johor Bahru.
AirAsia launches two services from Johor Bahru in a single day, with new connections to India and Macau.
Spring Airlines now connects Shenzhen to Johor Bahru with twice-weekly flights.
AirAsia links Johor Bahru and Jakarta with three times weekly A320 flights.
AirAsia now connects Johor Bahru with Guangzhou in China on a daily basis.
Malindo Air becomes third carrier to connect Kuala Lumpur’s main airport with Johor Bahru.
Thai AirAsia adds two routes from Hat Yai and one from Bangkok.
AirAsia retains its #1 spot at Malaysia’s second biggest airport Kota Kinabalu; Shanghai Airlines becomes airline #13
The latest addition to the portfolio of carriers operating at Kota Kinabalu was China Eastern Airlines’ subsidiary Shanghai Airlines on 15 July. With no new routes on the horizon and recent impressive passenger growth being derailed, anna.aero takes stock of which routes and airlines are on the right track at Malaysia’s second biggest airport.
AirAsia introduces four new services to its network – with three of the sectors originating from the carrier’s Kuala Lumpur hub.