Articles Tagged ‘Johannesburg’

Domestic issues in Egypt and Tunisia appear to be impacting Morocco's tourism; Arik Air capacity up 28%

Domestic issues in Egypt and Tunisia appear to be impacting Morocco’s tourism; Arik Air capacity up 28%

North Africa has seen its fair share of political upheaval this year, which is not good for the region’s important in-bound tourism. But which countries, airlines and airports in Africa have been growing fastest during the last year based on scheduled capacity analysis?

FIFA World Cup helps Johannesburg set new international record in 2010; domestic traffic still 13% down on 2007 peak

FIFA World Cup helps Johannesburg set new international record in 2010; domestic traffic still 13% down on 2007 peak

Finally, a major global sporting event that had a measurable (positive) impact on air travel demand. Last year’s football World Cup was good news for Johannesburg, especially in June. But which carriers started year-round scheduled services to South Africa’s busiest airport in 2010?

South Africa welcomes the world! Month-long football tournament will boost air traffic; United Kingdom still leading foreign market but UAE closing fast

South Africa welcomes the world! Month-long football tournament will boost air traffic; United Kingdom still leading foreign market but UAE closing fast

The FIFA World Cup is up and running with everyone still in with a chance. But what about recent trends in air travel demand to, from and within South Africa? What impact have LCCs had on the domestic market?


Ten for Tuesday: announcements from Sun Country, Kingfisher, airBaltic, bmi, Carpatair, Jin Air, Lufthansa, Mango, Spanair, and Virgin America

Ten for Tuesday: announcements from Sun Country, Kingfisher, airBaltic, bmi, Carpatair, Jin Air, Lufthansa, Mango, Spanair, and Virgin America

Which airlines have decided to start routes identified recently by anna.aero as having potential? Who’s going transatlantic with a 737-800? Which is airBaltic’s latest ‘country of the week’  and whose second international route is to Guam?

Kulula.com is South Africa's leading LCC despite operating just eight routes; capacity to grow almost 30% in 2010

Kulula.com is South Africa’s leading LCC despite operating just eight routes; capacity to grow almost 30% in 2010

South Africa’s first low-cost carrier is also the country’s biggest, but where does it fly and which airlines does it face competition from? At which of its airports is it the only major airline operating? And what is special about the latest aircraft it has had delivered?

1time opens second international route; currently largest LCC in South Africa

Article Thumbnail: Airline AnalysisEstablished over five years ago, 1time is currently the biggest LCC in South Africa. What competition does it face on its domestic network and which destination has become its second international service? And what characteristics does the airline share with Allegiant in the US?


Johannesburg traffic down 2.4% in 2009 Q3; international traffic up in July and August

Market TrendsDomestic traffic in South Africa is currently back at the levels of which previous year? International traffic after a period of decline has shown recent signs of growth at Johannesburg. But what about in Cape Town?

Johannesburg handled 18.4 million passengers in 2008; domestic demand now down 15-20%

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsHow has South African air traffic demand been affected by the global events of the last 12 months? We reveal the latest monthly traffic trends, by airport and market segment.

International growth fails to compensate for domestic decline at Johannesburg

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsDomestic traffic growth in South Africa has ground to a halt. In July it was down 12% at JNB alone. International traffic is still growing but slowing. Last year’s record of 36 million passengers through all the airports may be tough to beat this year.


South Africa: J’burg: sluggish start to 2008

South Africa: J’burg: sluggish start to 2008The grounding of Nationwide Airlines at the end of last year appears to have had a measurable impact on both the South African domestic and international markets. Traffic at Johannesburg airport grew by 12% last year as the airport handled more than 19 million passengers. But, it has had a quiet start to 2008 with international traffic outperforming domestic.