Articles Tagged ‘SGN’
We look at Bamboo Airways’ plan for Melbourne – Hanoi, which is the largest unserved market between Australia and Vietnam and Hanoi’s #1 unserved market globally.
With large search volume, big existing local market (plus many connections), good growth, and above-average fare, Amsterdam – Ho Chi Minh City makes sense.
Bamboo Airways announces intention to operate Hanoi/Ho Chi Minh City – Munich from July.
Despite only being one, Bamboo Airways has 3m seats, 23 aircraft, and 35 routes. It has just announced Prague – what was Vietnam’s #1 unserved Euro route.
VietJet doubled in size since 2015 and added 10 million seats since 2017. It’s now focused on longer routes, with Delhi launched this week.
As Brisbane Airport celebrated their new runway this week, we chat with key players there to learn more about the passenger growth driving this.
In this week’s edition of new routes launched, we take a look at the Ryanair effect on the Germany – Ukraine market.
IndiGo adds its 22nd and 23rd international services, to Ho Chi Minh City and Guangzhou.
In 2018, the top-20 unserved routes between Australia-Southeast Asia saw 777,000 passengers. To/from Vietnam, almost six in ten travelling indirectly. With its coming A321XLRs, will VietJet Air start Brisbane-Ho Chi Minh City, a strong-growing market with 51,000 passengers and above-average fare/mile?
With Lisbon crowned as the 2018 Arch of Triumph champions, we now enter the 2019 competition. anna.aero has received entries from Cebu, Nha Trang, Van Don and Yangon airports this week, making it an all-Asian affair. See which of these airports is first off the mark in the 2019 FTWA championship!
VietJet Air introduces a new domestic service between Ho Chi Minh City and Van Don.
Domestic markets review 2018: India and Indonesia overtake Japan; Nepal and Bolivia see fastest growth
Capacity on global domestic services increased by 6.2% in 2018 versus last year, with over 3.31 billion seats on sale this year. The US is the largest market but China is closing the gap, and developing markets including India and Indonesia are progressing. Nick Preston examines this year’s domestic growth trends.