Articles Tagged ‘PER’
Tigerair Australia celebrates its eighth birthday; parent Virgin Australia tinkering with fleet and network of wholly-owned LCC
Tigerair Australia is eight this week! The now wholly-owned Virgin Australia Airlines subsidiary has had a busy 12 months, with an ownership change, a new home at its main base, passing the 18 million passenger milestone, 737-800s joining the fleet as well as new crew uniforms. Phew!
Jetstar Asia set to launch three new routes later this year; 18 aircraft fleet makes it Singapore Changi’s fourth biggest airline
With Singapore celebrating 50 years of independence we look at the country’s biggest airline that isn’t part of Singapore Airlines. We reveal Jetstar Asia’s growth, route development and how much competition it faces on its routes.
Australian domestic air travel declining; international traffic up as Air China, Cebu Pacific Air, SilkAir and United Airlines add routes
Australia’s domestic air travel market is no longer growing, though international traffic is. We look at recent trends ‘down under’ and reveal which airlines have added which international routes in the last 12 months.
Middle East to Australia market to grow by 13%; Emirates and Qantas control nearly 60% of weekly seats
The insatiable appetite for Europeans to travel down under via the MEB3 carrier hubs looks set to continue, with 14 airport pairs available in January 2016 when compared to just half that amount five years ago. anna.aero takes a ‘Captain Cook’ at the market, with the Ashes (a five-game series of cricket matches between England […]
Qantas commences domestic flights to Hamilton Island, regional flights to Singapore and long-haul flights to Vancouver.
Jetstar Airways now flies from Cairns to Denpasar, from Gold Coast to Perth, as well as from Melbourne to Wellington using its A320s.
One of the latest new domestic routes to launch in Australia was the JETGO Australia route between Brisbane and Tamworth. However, it is overseas traffic at the top 20 airports that is driving much of the country’s annual growth, with international airlines increasing by 5.6% in 2014. We investigate where is growing and where is […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cebu Airport welcomes the arrival of Mandarin Airlines first charter flight from Kaohsiung, and Athens Airport holds a press conference celebrating Blue Air’s new route from Larnaca. More news from Thai AirAsia X, Perth, Southampton, London Stansted and Munich airports.
The Australian air travel market continues to report solid if unspectacular growth. We track the growth rates in recent months and look at which airports are growing their international demand most rapidly. Plus a round-up of recent new international services.
Budapest and Perth airports show-off certificates for Pegasus Airlines and Etihad Airways respectively
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Riga Airport celebrates 10 million transit passengers since the restoration of Latvia’s independence. More news from Aruba Airport and Cranfield University.
Etihad Airways makes Rome Fiumicino its second Italian destination and Perth its fourth point in Australia.
Until this week, Cambridge was the only airport to have won more than one ‘Arch of Triumph’ award so far in 2014. However this week another European airport has joined this elite club — find out which capital city airport it is inside.