Articles Tagged ‘NGO’
VietJet launches Can Tho to Taipei and Seoul; announces five new Japanese routes.
A total of six routes were launched by six airlines this week, including Vistara’s new service between Mumbai and Singapore Changi. The Indian airline will compete head-to-head with FSCs Singapore Airlines and Air India, which already serve this route.
AirAsia Japan launches its second domestic route with flights between Nagoya and Sendai Airport.
It’s has taken till just before the start of the S19 season, but Europe has finally earned its first weekly Arch of Triumph victory for the year. Not only has this feat been achieved, but the continent has flown straight to the top of the overall leaderboard in impressive style with a milestone route launch. […]
Garuda Indonesia launches a four times weekly service between Jakarta and Nagoya.
In this week’s Arch of Triumph competition, four airports compete to be crowned the weekly winner. With two airports each from Europe and Asia, all of which greeted new low-cost services on single-aisle aircraft, it’s a hot battle to see which airport has taken the title given the similar characteristics of the routes.
Thai Lion Air begins a five times weekly service between Bangkok Don Mueang and Nagoya.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with flyadeal greeting its one millionth customer since launching in September last year, Thai AirAsia X announces a new service to Nagoya, while Emirates heralds 10 years of A380 operations.
Singapore-Vancouver is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 130,000 searches; Singapore Airlines’ only Canadian connection??
In the last year, Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that over 130,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for services between Singapore and Vancouver ‒ but the city pair is unserved!? With the right kit in place to fly this long sector, will it be Singapore Airlines or Air Canada which will […]
London Heathrow estimates that a third runway would enable it to serve 40 more long-haul destinations. In the lead up to the anna.aero-RABA Heathrow HubLAB conference next month, we look at Heathrow’s underserved Asian potential.
Japan capacity jumps past 250 million seats in 2017; All Nippon Airways is largest carrier, Tokyo Haneda is busiest airport
There were 257.6 million seats available on domestic and international flights serving Japan in 2017, a 3.9% increase on the previous year. Nick Preston considers recent network trends in this mature Asia Pacific country market, including the top airlines, airports and destinations.
Kagoshima Airport capacity returns to growth in 2017; All Nippon Airways is leading airline, Tokyo Haneda tops route table
There were nearly 4.2 million departing seats on offer from Kagoshima Airport in 2017, a 4.1% increase on the previous year. Nick Preston looks into air service developments at the Japanese airport over the past 10 years and identifies the facility’s leading airlines, routes and country markets.