Articles Tagged ‘Royal Jordanian’
Geneva Airport celebrates new routes from ITA and Royal Jordanian
Royal Jordanian has returned to Geneva Airport with a twice-weekly service to Amman on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Meanwhile, ITA has launched services between Geneva and Milan Linate. The route is operated with 12 weekly frequencies.
Doha Airport on recovery path from ongoing operational restrictions; Qatar #1 carrier, IndiGo leaps from nowhere to second biggest airline
Doha Airport’s recent growth trajectory has faltered as a result of flying restrictions imposed by its Middle Eastern neighbours. However, its not all bad news, as other carriers, like India’s LCC IndiGo, have rushed in to fill the capacity void left by others – Marc Watkins gets all cuddly with the data.
Ryanair set to become Jordan’s third largest airline once all routes to Amman and Aqaba have begun; carrier’s second Middle Eastern market
Ryanair on 4 February announced that it will begin its first operations to Jordan in March with a route from Paphos to Amman, followed with a further 13 services at the start of W18/19. Jonathan Ford looks to see what state the Jordan to European market is currently in, and what Ryanair’s impact will be […]
Royal Jordanian cuts weekly seats by 5.5%; double-digit capacity growth to Heathrow and Bangkok
Like many small- and medium-sized national carriers around the world, Royal Jordanian seems to stagger from one period of navel-gazing to the next, not really seeming to know its role in the industry. We investigate the oneworld carrier’s progress (or lack of) over the last decade, as well as its biggest airports and country markets.
Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta traffic down 8.8% in 12 months; welcomes Heathrow link; Terminal 3 opens
Jakarta’s Soekarno–Hatta Airport in 2015 welcomed 52 million passengers, 4.6 million less than the figure of 2014. Domestic traffic fell 9.6% while international traffic declined 2.6%. Despite this, the airport recently opened its new Terminal 3, raising the facility’s overall capacity to 70 million passengers. anna.aero takes a closer look at traffic trends and route […]
Baltimore/Washington boasts with its first Arch of Triumph certificate
Everyone might be busy out Christmas shopping (or doing it all on-line these days), but the world’s airports fire crews are still producing FTWAs at a rate that would put Santa’s elves to shame. Find out which one of nine global airports has won the penultimate Arch of Triumph title of 2015.
Jordan sees its winter seat capacity rise by 7.7% while the UAE remains its number one market
Although the UAE remains the number one country market from Jordan, seat capacity between the two nations has declined by over 10% during the past 12 months, while Saudi Arabia, the second most popular destination from Jordan, has seen capacity grow by 27%. anna.aero investigates to see how other country markets have changed over the […]
Royal Jordanian reveals two capital city routes from Amman hub
Royal Jordanian starts link to Turkish capital of Ankara, as well as relaunching services to Indonesia’s capital city.
Finnair becomes Europe’s first A350 operator while Boeing further extends its lead in the 2015 delivery race
After delivering 58 units in the month of October, the North American manufacturer has extended its lead over Airbus by nine units. October has witnessed the European manufacturer deliver the A350 to its third customer, and also deliver more of the type than the A380. The two manufacturers delivered a combined total of 107 aircraft […]
Royal Jordanian starts fifth Saudi destination
Royal Jordanian begins twice-weekly flights to Tabuk, the oneworld carrier’s fifth destination in Saudi Arabia.
Cologne Bonn Airport receives Cake award for Condor
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Flybe signs a new codeshare agreement with Dublin-based Aer Lingus for services from Southampton Airport. More news from Shannon, Miami and Detroit airports.
Royal Jordanian adds fifth destination in Iraq
Royal Jordanian connects Amman with Mosul in Iraq.