Articles Tagged ‘KRT’
Tchadia Airlines takes flight from Chad with an initial network of 11 routes; will increase seat capacity from Chad this winter by 56%
Tchadia Airlines commenced operations from N’Djamena, the capital of Chad, on 1 October. The carrier is currently operating two Q400s across a network of 11 routes. Jonathan Ford looks further into the initial operations of this Ethiopian Airlines-backed carrier to see what it will offer over the course of this winter.
SalamAir commences a three times weekly service between Muscat and Khartoum.
flyadeal joins Saudi Arabian domestic sector scramble; Dubai to be first international route in 2018?
Launched on 23 September, flyadeal, the sister LCC of Saudi Arabian Airlines, is the flag carrier’s attempt to combat the growing presence of other carriers like flynas and SaudiGulf Airlines. We look at where the fledgling carrier is presently operating and try to understand where it might fly to next.
Saudi Arabian Airlines still the Middle East’s second largest airline; robust domestic growth to battle newcomers
Saudi Arabian Airlines is a bit of an enigma when compared to its more media-hungry neighbours, the MEB3 – Emirates, Qatar Airways and Eithad Airways. With a vast domestic network, something that the MEB3 do not have, the Saudi national carrier is bigger than you might expect when compared to its Middle Eastern peers. We take […]
flynas introduces Dammam to Khartoum service to complement its existing flights from Jeddah, Riyadh and Madinah.
Sudan is a nation full of history and geographical wonders, such as the River Nile, where the water flows from South Sudan through the country on its journey to Egypt and the Mediterranean Sea. The route is known for vast cargo and people movement, however anna.aero is not interested in the frequency of boats up […]
Sudan Airways begins thrice-weekly services from Khartoum to Abu Dhabi – a service that will compete against Etihad Airways.
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden celebrates ‘Route of the Week’ while Malta accepts its ‘Cake of the Week’ award
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair celebrates turning 30, while Air Canada and Norwegian announce new 787 routes for 2016. More news also from Eastern Airways, Newcastle and Stuttgart airports.
Afriqiyah Airways commences services on the route from Benghazi in Libya to Khartoum in Sudan.
Bahrain Air expanding with new base in Dammam. Launches flights to Sudan on 13 June, Beirut to follow on 20 June.
Turkish Airlines has started flying to Mogadishu from Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Ethiopian Airlines now flies to Sudan’s capital Khartoum from Bahir Dar and Mek’ele.