Articles Tagged ‘SalamAir’
SalamAir begins a three times weekly service between Muscat and Borg el Arab.
SalamAir commences a three times weekly service between Muscat and Khartoum.
LCC capacity in Europe set for half a billion seats in 2018; nine nations already at 50% market share; European share forecast for 50% in 2027
European low-cost seats are forecast to cross the half a billion barrier in 2018. Jonathan Ford takes a deeper look into the development of the model across Europe, including its market share of all seats, and which country markets have seen the greatest stimulation over the past decade.
Azerbaijan market set to grow 8.7% in 2018; low-cost sector now accounts for over 10% of seats; seven new airlines this year
Nestled on the edge of the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan has witnessed its scheduled commercial aviation market double in size between 2009 and 2018. Jonathan Ford looks into the growth taking place, which airlines are taking advantage of the potential, and where Azerbaijani’s like to travel.
After waiting until Week Eight of the 2018 Arch of Triumph competition to chalk up its first win of the year, the Middle East has not wasted any time in securing its second victory, and as a result, the region draws level with Asia in the fledgling inter-regional battle, with leader Australasia now in its […]
SalamAir introduces first Iranian route from Muscat base.
SalamAir introduces Multan as its third destination in Pakistan after Karachi and Sialkot.
Oh man don’t miss Oman! ACI Airport Exchange takes place next week in Muscat; over 1,000 international airport executives attending
Airports Council International’s biggest annual trade show, ACI Airport Exchange, takes place in Oman next week, hosted by OAMC as part of its celebrations for the new Muscat Airport.
Passing last year’s total of 360 entries this week, 2017 has been our best year yet in the Arch of Triumph, with more airports than ever battling it out for FTWA glory. With four more weeks of competition left this year, the 400-water-arch barrier is looking within our grasp!
SalamAir commences services to Qatar; incumbents provide 63 competing weekly frequencies.
Its been a long time coming – since the second week of this year’s competition to be exact – but finally the Middle East has claimed its second victory of 2017. Find out which of the region’s airports has fought off entries from Australasia, Europe, North and South America to claim this week’s title.
SalamAir moves its daily Muscat–Dubai Al Maktoum service to the UAE city’s larger airport.