Articles Tagged ‘PEN’
In a week when the nation’s football team failed to beat Croatia in the FIFA World Cup Round of 16, a little bit of Danish national pride will have been restored as a result of an Arch of Triumph win against 14 other airports in the FTWA World Competition.
AirAsia introduces Hanoi and Phuket services from Penang.
Malindo Air starts two routes between Malaysia and Indonesia.
Week six of anna.aero’s Arch of Triumph competition welcomed entries from Argentina, Australia and Malaysia. Antipodean airports continued their strong start to the season, claiming a third victory, meaning they now account for half of all winning entries so far this year. Take a look to see why this winning run continued.
Qatar Airways commences service to its fifth destination in Australia and second in Malaysia.
Malindo Air adds Brisbane, Chittagong, Haikou and Yangon to its network.
AirAsia starts new routes to Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City and Wuhan.
Malindo Air’s dual-hub/fleet strategy in Kuala Lumpur; 21 routes launched in 2014 with Kathmandu coming next
Malindo Air launched operations in Malaysia in early 2013. It has already grown to a fleet of almost 20 aircraft and over 30 routes. We reveal the airline’s busiest airports, which routes have already been dropped and what’s coming next.
Malindo Air uses its ATR 72s to link Malacca with Penang and Pekanbaru.
The second of the reader votes for the start of the W14/15 season delivers another crushing victory for a Canary Islands airport, following last week’s win by Gran Canaria. Back to normality now, as anna.aero’s expert judges look over this week’s offerings.
firefly adds Penang-Krabi link and Johor Bahru-Ipoh link using ATR 72s.
Penang International Airport heading for 6 million passengers in 2014; new firefly and Malindo Air services to Krabi start this week
Penang International Airport is Malaysia’s second busiest for international flights and third busiest overall. We reveal how the airport has grown during the last 20 years and which are its leading airlines and routes.