Articles Tagged ‘Pakistan’
Come early February, new entrant AirSial will have the second-highest volume of flights on its first four routes, although its third aircraft is very underutilised.
Virgin Atlantic began Heathrow – Islamabad on 12 December and -Lahore the following day. Islamabad is by far the top Pakistani city to the UK.
Virgin Atlantic began Manchester – Islamabad on 10 December, the first of its new Pakistan routes to take off in the wake of PIA’s pulldown.
We speak with Khalil Lamrabet, SVP of Aviation Development at Abu Dhabi Airports, with a focus on the airport’s two new home-based LCCs.
British Airways begins Lahore, its second destination in Pakistan, as Wizz Air launches its new Catania base, its second in Italy, and Blue Air breaks duopoly to Amsterdam.
British Airways serves Islamabad with Lahore coming soon. Will Dhaka be next? It has good yield, strong local traffic, and Biman with a one-stop offering.
As Virgin Atlantic announces Pakistan, we examine the market to understand what is driving it and the routes it has picked.
Pakistan is an enormous country and could be a future aviation paradise. We see what’s been happening, noting that it is very underexploited domestically.
China traffic increases by 183% from 2008 to 2017; domestic seats dominate, Nepal leads international growth race
Chinese airports handled 1.15 billion passengers in 2017, representing a 183% increase in traffic since 2008. anna.aero examines the main trends developing in this fast growing Asia Pacific market over the past 10 years, including its fastest growing airports, routes and international country markets.
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.
flydubai sees capacity fall for first time in 2017 after seven years of growth; Saudi Arabia is top destination market
flydubai provided more than 15 million seats across its network in 2017, representing a marginal 2.0% reduction compared to the previous year. The Middle Eastern LCC has enjoyed a rapid rise since commencing services in 2009. Nick Preston examines the carrier’s development, including its fleet and network trends.
Pakistan sees a rise in seat capacity of 23%; flydubai is fastest growing airline while UAE is top foreign country market
Pakistan has seen an increase in seat capacity over the past 12 months of just over 23%. anna.aero investigates to see which country markets have witnessed the greatest growth as a result of seat capacity increases, and which airports are experiencing the greatest growth.