Articles Tagged ‘Philippines AirAsia’
The 2019 Arch of Triumph competition has entered its third week and it’s a hat-trick of wins for Asian airports! This is the first week of the 2019 competition in which the anna.aero judges have received entries from Europe and North America, but it wasn’t enough to stop another Asian airport taking home the crown.
Philippines AirAsia launches flights from Cebu to Macau, joining existing service from Manila.
Philippines AirAsia launches a three times weekly link from Clark to Seoul Incheon.
Along with cake, anna.aero is allowing the readers of anna.aero to vote for their favourite Arch of Triumph during the first week of W18/19. With 20 to choose from, make sure to select and vote for your favourite water salute.
Philippines AirAsia launches three new domestic connections from Cagayan de Oro.
With France claiming Germany’s crown as football World Cup champions on Sunday, the nation craved something to lift its collective spirits. Step-up some German airport firefighters to restore some well-needed national pride.
Philippines AirAsia launches a three times weekly service to the Taiwanese capital.
Philippines AirAsia traffic grew by 34% in 2017, with 24% growth forecast this year; now handles one million international passengers
Philippines AirAsia flew just under 4.8 million scheduled passengers in 2017, with 28% of its traffic flying on international sectors. Jonathan Ford investigates the carrier’s recent developments, how it has advanced operations from its leading airports, plus he reveals its most popular international destinations.
Philippines AirAsia launches connection from Cebu to Hangzhou.
10 airports do battle for Week 19 Arch of Triumph glory, with entries from Asia, North America, Africa and Europe. The latter region remains the dominant force in the competition, but the scrap for second place is heating up – anyone got any water?
Philippines AirAsia begins flights from Cebu to Shenzhen, and from Clark to Cebu.
Philippines AirAsia introduces a new route between Manila and Bangkok Don Mueang.