Articles Tagged ‘SIN’
W18/19 airport analysis; Istanbul Atatürk leads route count while Moscow Sheremetyevo jumps up the rankings
With the memories of summer beginning to fade, the start of the W18/19 season is little more than one week away. In our second seasonal sneak preview, Nick Preston looks at a typical winter week to discover which airports will offer the most routes and country markets, plus which one will host the most airlines.
Singapore Airlines, Vistara, Philippine Airlines, SriLankan Airlines and more to reveal innovation plans at FTE Asia EXPO 2018
Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2018, an anna.aero sister event, is taking place in Singapore from 13-14 November. With 1,750 aviation industry innovators expected at the free-to-attend passenger experience and business performance event, make sure to register for this great networking opportunity.
Singapore Airlines returns to its signature Singapore – New York Newark route which it last flew in 2013.
Canberra Airport comeback continues; traffic up 5.0% during first half of 2018, 10 direct routes served this summer
Canberra Airport welcomed 3.11 million passengers through its terminal in 2017, a 6.7% increase on the previous year. With traffic up 5.0% during the first half of 2018, its annual growth looks set to continue. Nick Preston examines the Australian airport’s network trends, including its leading airlines and routes.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with the release that easyJet will base three A320s at Nantes for next summer, allowing for a potential 12 new routes, Singapore Airport welcomes freight operator SF Airlines and its new service from Shenzhen.
World Routes Marketing Awards – spotlight on the hubs nominated in the ‘over 50 million’ passengers category
This week anna.aero hears from the airports nominated in the ‘over 50 million’ passengers category for this year’s World Routes Marketing Awards, namely Amsterdam, London Heathrow, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Find out what they have to say ahead of the awards ceremony in just two weeks time.
US traffic increases by 19% from 2008 to 2017; Stewart was fastest expanding airport last year, Cuba leads international growth race
There were 965 million passengers on flights to and from US airports in 2017, 19% more than the previous year. Nick Preston examines traffic developments in the US over the past 10 years and identifies its domestic and international growth trends, as well the fastest growing airports and international markets.
IndiGo goes from strength to strength at Delhi; LCC accounts for more than one quarter of airport’s capacity, 36 routes flown in S18
IndiGo offered 19.86 million two-way seats on flights serving Delhi in 2017, 5.5% up on the previous year. India’s biggest airline has grown by 636% at the country’s busiest airport since 2008. Nick Preston takes a look at its Delhi operation including its capacity trends and leading domestic and international routes.
The shortlists for the Future Travel Experience Global Awards 2018 (sponsored by Airport Lounge Development) have been revealed and include a total of 16 airlines and airports from around the world. Future Travel Experience Global 2018, will take place from 10-12 September, in Las Vegas.
Malindo Air launches a daily flight from Kota Kinabalu to Singapore – adds to existing Kuala Lumpur route.
Fiji Airways expands quickly as nation’s popularity grows among international visitors; over 2.30 million seats being flown in 2018
Fiji Airways in 2018 will offer just over 2.30 million seats, up 11% versus its offering last year, and up 46% since being re-branded from Air Pacific in 2013. Jonathan Ford looks at the recent developments that have taken place at the South Pacific-based carrier, including new routes and the nation’s visitor trends.
Air New Zealand’s Auckland capacity to rise by 4.3%, with 12.13 million passengers projected for 2018; Chicago and Taipei launching soon
Air New Zealand, along with its subsidiaries, has grown seat capacity from Auckland by 44% between 2011 and 2018. Jonathan Ford looks at the latest changes at the Star Alliance member’s biggest hub, how subsidiary capacity has developed, and which routes are flown using the airline’s newest aircraft.