Articles Tagged ‘SHJ’
We explore Air Arabia’s Sharjah network, with many changes over pre-coronavirus S19. The carrier’s longest route, to Kuala Lumpur, will use A321neos.
Doha – Dubai is highly interesting from numerous widebodies, high frequency, very short length, and because so many are surprised there’s such service.
Milan Bergamo had 13.9 million pax in 2019. And with ongoing development, we see what will drive the airport’s future together with key unserved routes.
As Israel – UAE announce peace deal, we see that over 1.9 million flew between Tel Aviv and Africa (East/Southern), Asia, and Australasia last year, with UAE hubs offering more choice and often shorter routings.
159 routes operate between the Gulf and India. Dubai International is the most-served airport and Emirates is the largest airline, but not at group level.
IndiGo launches a daily service between Amritsar and Sharjah, and celebrates the 1,000th A320neo with Airbus.
Turkish Airlines launches new routes from Istanbul to destinations in Africa and the Middle East.
Ukrainian carrier SkyUp Airlines begins a weekly service between Kharkiv and Sharjah.
Air Arabia begins a five times weekly link between Sharjah and the Czech Republic capital.
Dhaka’s regional market goes from strength to strength with 48% year-on-year growth to Bangkok, while capacity to domestic leader Chittagong increases to 817,957 seats. James Davis examines the airlines and routes driving this impressive expansion, whilst reviewing external socio-economic trends which will determine the future for this up-and-coming hub.
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.
Air Arabia commences its second route to the Russian capital.