Articles Tagged ‘KUL’
Malindo Air’s dual-hub/fleet strategy in Kuala Lumpur; 21 routes launched in 2014 with Kathmandu coming next
Malindo Air launched operations in Malaysia in early 2013. It has already grown to a fleet of almost 20 aircraft and over 30 routes. We reveal the airline’s busiest airports, which routes have already been dropped and what’s coming next.
Malindo Air introduces daily flights from Kuala Lumpur Airport to Bandung Airport in Indonesia.
AirAsia once again links Kuala Lumpur and Hyderabad with daily flights. Competes with Malaysia Airlines.
AirAsia X now connects Kuala Lumpur with Tokyo Narita, complementing existing Haneda services.
Malindo Air starts thrice-daily 737-900 flights between KL and Changi.
Malindo Air now serves Kota Bharu from Malaysia’s busiest airport.
Founded in 1974 with two 737s to provide services from Bandar Seri Begawan to Singapore, Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching, Royal Brunei Airlines has expanded rapidly, offering flights to a total of 14 destinations this October. As the carrier has recently received four 787-8s, anna.aero looks at Royal Brunei’s top routes by weekly departures […]
AirAsia resumes four times weekly flights from Kuala Lumpur to Da Nang in Vietnam using A320s.
Gateway to the capital of the Northern Territory of Australia, Darwin Airport consolidated its annual passenger performance in FY2014, reaching 2.3 million this year. With a total of 11 carriers operating from the airport, anna.aero takes a closer look at Darwin’s recent developments and reveals which is the busiest destination this summer.
AirAsia takes over AirAsia Zest route to the Philippines.
Malaysia’s long-haul, low-cost pioneer has yet to be consistently profitable, and its network churn is surprisingly high. We reveal in which years the airline launched (and dropped) most routes, and what competition it faces. Plus a look at the airline’s key operating and financial statistics since 2010.
“We make people fly” says Lion Air CEO Rusdi Kirana. True to his word (and adopted as the company slogan) Lion Air made nearly 35 million people fly in 2013, making it the world’s fifth largest LCC. anna.aero takes a look at Asia’s biggest low-cost carrier.