Articles Tagged ‘Jin Air’
We examine both carriers’ route networks. Asiana may offer Korean Air a reasonably ‘straightforward’ means of consolidation around very similar networks.
Jeju’s very strong domestic market, including the world’s #1 domestic route to Seoul Gimpo, means that total seats are now above pre-coronavirus levels. But international capacity down significantly.
Jin Air begins a twice-weekly service between Seoul Incheon and Johor Bahru.
Cebu Airport sees strong growth in 2017; Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Airways are dominant carriers, Manila is leading destination
About 6.71 million seats were available on flights departing Cebu Airport in 2017, an increase of over 18% when compared to 2016. anna.aero has been delving through the schedules to reveal capacity developments, including trends in domestic and international growth, leading airlines and destinations.
Low-cost long-haul flights up 20% this summer; Norwegian now has more flights than AirAsia X; KL and London Gatwick are top airports
The low-cost long-haul (LCLH) market is still in its relative infancy. We reveal the leading airlines and airports this summer, as flights are up 20%, but the number of airports involved has remained unchanged. Eurowings’ Cologne Bonn operation is adding several new routes this summer.
There are just some country pairs which our data elves notice lots of new routes as well as fresh capacity being added on existing ones, and one of those is South Korea to Japan – so we decided to investigate. We uncover the annual growth patterns, as well as the biggest airlines and routes in […]
Ignore what we said last week – there is still another week of competition after this one, for those FTWAs celebrating the start of routes in what remains of 2016. Take a look at these offerings from six airports from around the world, including entrants from Africa, Australasia, Europe and North America.
Jin Air adds Cairns in Australia and Kitakyushu in Japan to its Seoul Incheon network.
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.
Jin Air joins six other carrier in flying daily between Seoul Incheon and Tokyo Narita.
Jin Air becomes third Korean carrier to offer daily flights between Seoul Incheon and Saipan.
Jin Air now links Busan to both Guam and Wuxi. Lots of competition on Guam route.