Articles Tagged ‘MEL’
Australia’s largest independent regional airline, Rex Regional Express, concentrates most of its capacity in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. But as the pressure from large domestic carriers increases, it turns to new territories.
Tiger Airways Australia starts flying from Melbourne and Sydney to Mackay in Australian Queensland.
Jetstar commences services from Melbourne to Honolulu, HI.
Adelaide reports 16% growth in seats; Emirates drives international expansion; Jetstar Airways up 16%
South Australia capital Adelaide is the country’s fifth largest city, but does it punch above its weight when it comes to passenger numbers? What effect will new arrivals Emirates and Tiger Aiways Australia have on the airport’s relatively flat monthly passenger profile? Is its route to Sydney growing faster than its biggest route to Melbourne?
Traffic between Mainland China and Australia is booming as Chinese carriers keep growing. But which airports benefit the most? And what is the response from Australian carriers?
Tiger Airways Australia launches domestic services from Melbourne to Adelaide and Hobart.
Qantas may be struggling but traffic has been growing steadily in the Australian market. International traffic is growing twice as quickly as domestic traffic but which airlines have started which new international routes since the beginning of the year?
Tiger Airways launches flights from Singapore to Kochi and from Melbourne to Cairns.
Lviv’s new terminal opens for business; Melbourne and Chengdu become sister airports; Silver Airways upgrades Bahamas service; Turkish gears up for its Passenger Portraits campaign
While the dust has settled following the busy season change period and it now is back to business as usual, anna.aero reports on the latest other celebrations. Which two airports in Asia-Pacific signed a cooperation agreement? How does Turkish Airlines use its sports sponsorships in its latest marketing campaign? And which airport in the Ukraine […]
Air Australia now flies to Honolulu on Oahu Island in the US state of Hawaii from Brisbane and Melbourne.
Will Tiger Airways Australia’s grounding impact on Philippine and (planned) Indonesian, Thai operations?
The Australian authorities’ shock decision to ground Tiger Airways Australia at least until Saturday could have implications far beyond Australia. But how many routes does the airline actually operate in Australia, what share of the domestic market does it have and what’s been going on at Avalon?
Although ‘only’ 30 routes launched in the last week, we have a comprehensive selection of great photos from celebrations all across the world – including lots of cakes! But which two landmark jetBlue routes are among them? And don’t forget the downloadable spreadsheet to keep track of all the routes!