Articles Tagged ‘JNB’
Airlink, now disassociated from South African Airways, is pushing ahead. It has 63 routes and almost 1.2 million seats this summer.
Air Canada begins Toronto – Doha, American launches TWO routes from Daytona Beach, Wizz Air starts Gibraltar, and MANY more.
Nigeria’s Air Peace began Lagos to Johannesburg on 17 December. It has no direct competition until South African resumes it from 1 February.
While CRJ-900s are the backbone of Uganda Airlines’ fleet, its two A330-800s will arrive shortly. We explore could be served given traffic and fares.
As United Airlines unveils multiple new routes, as it redeploys 2021 capacity from Europe, we explore them and the US – India and US – Africa markets.
TAAG Angola Airlines launches twice-weekly Luanda to Lagos flights on 16 December.
United Airlines adds its first South African connection with a three-weekly Newark to Cape Town service.
Fastjet commences 11-weekly flights between Bulawayo and Johannesburg; its second Zimbabwe – South Africa connection.
With job cuts and unpaid wages by South African Airways – and the airline on the brink, again – James Davis looks at what went wrong.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Aurigny announces two new routes for S19, including its return on inter-island flights between Guernsey and Jersey, Cork confirms four new routes with Ryanair for W19/20, plus more news from Johannesburg Airport.
Madagascar capacity jumps 33% over past 10 years; domestic routes lead growth in 2018; Mauritius top international destination
There were 2.11 million two-way seats available on all flights serving Madagascar in 2018, up 8.9% on the previous year. The African Island nation has seen a 33% boost in available seats over the past 10 years, with four consecutive years of growth since 2014. Nick Preston takes a look at recent network trends.
Durban sees 24% passenger traffic increase in three years; set to launch first direct European service in autumn
Previously overshadowed by Cape Town and Johannesburg – despite serving South Africa’s second largest city – Durban has seen a rapid increase in passenger numbers since 2014. James Davis investigates the underlying seasonality trends and developments behind the airport’s recent growth, and analyses the top airlines and routes serving this coastal city.