Articles Tagged ‘KUL’
AirAsia X introduces third Indian connection from Kuala Lumpur.
Salvador Bahia in Brazil won last week’s Arch of Triumph award for the impressive aqua performance that it laid on for Copa Airlines’ inaugural flight from Panama City. See which airport this week has attempted to match the results of Salvador Bahia and tried to break into the top 10 FTWA leaderboard.
Malindo Air launches daily domestic services between Kuala Lumpur and Labuan in Malaysia.
Dhaka’s regional market goes from strength to strength with 48% year-on-year growth to Bangkok, while capacity to domestic leader Chittagong increases to 817,957 seats. James Davis examines the airlines and routes driving this impressive expansion, whilst reviewing external socio-economic trends which will determine the future for this up-and-coming hub.
In the third and final instalment of our regional review for S18, we examine Asia and the Asia Pacific countries. Nick Preston takes a look at the region’s busiest country markets, airlines and routes for a typical peak week in summer and offers a comparison of this year’s schedules with those of S17.
Philippines AirAsia traffic grew by 34% in 2017, with 24% growth forecast this year; now handles one million international passengers
Philippines AirAsia flew just under 4.8 million scheduled passengers in 2017, with 28% of its traffic flying on international sectors. Jonathan Ford investigates the carrier’s recent developments, how it has advanced operations from its leading airports, plus he reveals its most popular international destinations.
Malaysia Airlines returns to Australian city after three-year-hiatus.
Malindo Air begins flights from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne via Bali.
The summer keeps moving on and so does the number of water arches that we receive, with another 17 sent in this week. Another seven days like that and we will pass the 200-mark of FTWAs three weeks sooner than last year.
AirAsia begins new link from Kuala Lumpur to Hua Hin in Thailand.
Bali boost as Denpasar doubles capacity since 2010; Garuda Indonesia is leading airline, Jakarta tops route table
There were 29.18 million two-way seats available on flights serving Denpasar Airport in Bali in 2017, an impressive 18.2% increase on the previous year. Nick Preston examines Denpasar’s network developments over the past 10 years including its leading airlines, routes and country markets.
Annual seats between Australia and Indonesia have increased by 82% since 2010; Jetstar Airways grows market share from 24% to 41%
The market between Australia and Indonesia has seen various changes during the past decade, including the loss and gain of operators, plus the country pairing surpassing three million annual passengers. Jonathan Ford takes a further look at one of Australia’s biggest international sectors.