Articles Tagged ‘Kenya Airways’
We look at the world’s top-10 long-haul narrowbody operators and routes, together with the most dominant aircraft and countries.
To be restarted daily from October, connecting traffic over Nairobi far outweighs local demand. We see where’s top for connections, with Guangzhou flat despite Kenya Airways’ Asia capacity falling by 25%.
Kenya Airways launched Geneva & Rome last year while its dominance to/from/in Africa falls. Curiously, 47% of the carrier’s total seats are now by the E190.
Jambojet launches daily flights between Nairobi and Kigali on 25 November; codeshare with parent company Kenya Airways likely.
International flights within Africa are up 19% since 2015, with Ethiopian Airlines and RwandAir responsible for 60% of this growth. Mauritius – Reunion is now the leading route.
We have five fantastic entries for this week’s FTWA, from three continents: Europe, North America, and South America. The creative juices have clearly been flowing among airport photographers and marketers this week, in a bid to stand out and claim the Arch of Triumph.
A total of 12 new routes were launched by 10 airlines, including TAP Air Portugal adding San Francisco and Washington Dulles to its network.
Kenya Airways has increased its route offering by launching flights to Geneva from its base in Nairobi.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, the Stobart Group celebrates 10 years of ownership at London Southend Airport, while Laudamotion announces a new service to Sweden. More news also from Manchester Airport, plus Moscow Sheremetyevo, Kenya Airways and regional operator Blue Islands.
Along with cake, anna.aero is allowing the readers of anna.aero to vote for their favourite Arch of Triumph during the first week of W18/19. With 20 to choose from, make sure to select and vote for your favourite water salute.
Kenya Airways launches non-stop flights between Nairobi and New York JFK.
Zambia market returns to growth in 2018; capacity up by 4.2% this year, South African Airways is leading carrier
There are 2.56 million two-way seats scheduled on flights serving Zambia in 2018, a 4.2% increase on the previous year. Nick Preston takes a look at the African nation’s commercial air traffic trends over the past 10 years, including domestic and international market share and the biggest airlines and country markets.