Articles Tagged ‘Lion Air’
Lion Air launches daily flights between Batam and Balikpapan in Indonesia.
World LCC route launches: Ryanair +200; over half of Indonesia AirAsia’s network new; Interjet drops no routes
It’s time for anna.aero’s annual network analysis of 32 of the world’s biggest LCCs to see which have started (and stopped) the most routes in the last 12 months. Ryanair retains the number one position in two categories, and every LCC analysed (except one) dropped at least one route in the last 12 months.
Our annual look at capacity trends across Asia reveals several changes from a year ago. China is still doing well but several other country markets are outperforming it this summer, notably Indonesia. Jakarta is growing ten times faster than Beijing, while Bangkok’s main airport loses traffic to its predecessor.
Kuala Namu Airport, Medan’s new replacement for Polonia International Airport in Sumatra, is up and running
Berlin, Doha, Medan – which is the odd one out? Yes, it’s Medan, as its new airport is up and running. Kuala Namu International Airport (KNO) opened for business on 25 July as the replacement for Medan’s Polonia International Airport (MES). We reveal how quickly demand has grown at the airport, and which are the […]
Lion Air introduces Bandung Airport to Kuala Lumpur Airport.
If Malaysia’s AirAsia can operate a joint venture in Indonesia, then Indonesia’s Lion Air can operate a joint venture in Malaysia. Malindo Air has announced its first two routes and will operate at a service level between AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines with 737-900ERs.
Lion Air inaugurates daily flights from Makassar to Yogyakarta.
240 million people drive Indonesia’s booming economy forward creating an excellent environment for the country’s airlines. anna.aero examines the country’s traffic as it approaches a decade of uninterrupted growth.
Indonesia’s third-busiest airport, Surabaya, handled more than 15 million passengers in 2012 of which over 90% travelled domestically. In fact, it is the country’s largest airport without a direct link to Europe.
Following a failed attempt at partnership with AirAsia in 2012, Batavia Air ceased operations last week. As anna.aero discovers, a jinxed aircraft might have been involved.
October turned out to be the most productive month this year in terms of deliveries, especially for Airbus, but the European manufacturer still has a fair bit of work to do to catch up with its US competitor. But how many 787s were delivered last month? And which air framer delivered to a wider customer […]
European and North American airlines prepare for minimal winter growth as Asia’s airlines schedule for 8% more ASKs
With the start of the (northern) winter scheduling season just days away we take a look at the three biggest aviation regions on the planet and see which major airlines are adding capacity and which are cutting capacity this winter.