Articles Tagged ‘Singapore Airlines’

Cairns Airport international recovery focused on core markets of Singapore, New Zealand and Japan

Cairns Airport international recovery focused on core markets of Singapore, New Zealand and Japan

Richard Barker, CEO Cairns Airport, tells anna.aero about the international recovery including a new Air New Zealand route which significantly enhances travel options to and from North America, Jetstar’s “momentous” eight weekly flights to Japan, and the unserved opportunity for a domestic service to Hobart.

Cairns welcomes inaugural Singapore Airlines service

Cairns welcomes inaugural Singapore Airlines service

Cairns is once more connected to the rest of the world with the arrival of Singapore Airlines inaugural service. Richard Barker, Chief Executive Officer, North Queensland Airports and Mark Olsen, Chief Executive Officer, Tourism Tropical North Queensland, welcomed the first flight.

Singapore Airlines confirms return to Cairns

Singapore Airlines confirms return to Cairns

Singapore Airlines has announced it will recommence direct services between Cairns Airport and Singapore. The route will be operated three times per week, beginning on 28 March 2022, and becomes the sixth Australian destination in Singapore Airlines’ network.


<span style="color: #cd1719;">Routes Reconnected:</span> "Collaboration is the way forward," says Singapore Airlines

Routes Reconnected: “Collaboration is the way forward,” says Singapore Airlines

Routes Reconnected put the spotlight on Asia-Pacific in a panel session featuring Singapore Airlines’ Regional Vice President and Melbourne Airport’s CEO.

Melbourne will be Singapore Airlines' top destination in December

Melbourne will be Singapore Airlines’ top destination in December

Singapore Airlines will have 153 weekly departures in December, with Melbourne top. We investigate this and the carrier’s top-20 O&Ds from Melbourne.

Singapore Sling: Is Scoot making long-haul, low-cost viable?

Singapore Sling: Is Scoot making long-haul, low-cost viable?

Scoot more than doubled annual capacity between 2016 and 2018 as part of the SIA Group. As it matures, could Scoot be the new long-haul, low-cost benchmark?


Singapore Airlines announces Brussels, its 16th European airport

Singapore Airlines announces Brussels, its 16th European airport

Singapore Airlines announces Brussels. In the past year, 33,000 flew Brussels-Singapore P2P. Brussels – Southeast Asia/Australasia saw 507,000 passengers.

Singapore Airlines' top-20 connecting routes; Hong Kong - Jakarta #1

Singapore Airlines’ top-20 connecting routes; Hong Kong – Jakarta #1

About 13 million connected with Singapore Airlines in the past year.  Hong Kong – Jakarta #1 airport-pair and Australia – India #1 country-pair.

The Kangaroo Route sees 2.2 million passengers

The Kangaroo Route sees 2.2 million passengers

UK – Australia has 2.2 million passengers, 38% of all Europe – Australia. Strong growth by Qatar Airways, but hindered by Eithad and Malaysia Airlines.


Korean Air suspends Japan route amid political spat

Korean Air suspends Japan route amid political spat

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Korean Air suspends Japan routes amid political spat, LCC Scoot adds 16 Airbus A321neos to its fleet, Belavia launches Minsk to Munich route, Air France announces A220 order, and Aer Lingus commences transatlantic A321LR operations.

Cornwall Airport Newquay to London Heathrow and beyond – Flybe gives Cornwall global access

Cornwall Airport Newquay to London Heathrow and beyond – Flybe gives Cornwall global access

On 31 March Flybe launched a four times daily service between Cornwall Airport Newquay and London Heathrow, with it opening up Cornwall to the world by initiating flights to Europe’s biggest hub. To celebrate the new route, a special event ceremony was held at London Heathrow, with anna.aero in attendance.

Moscow Sheremetyevo is Europe's fastest-growing long-haul hub in S19; Frankfurt, Heathrow cut, but BA retains lead

Moscow Sheremetyevo is Europe’s fastest-growing long-haul hub in S19; Frankfurt, Heathrow cut, but BA retains lead

OAG Schedules Analyser data states that long-haul seat capacity from Russia’s biggest airport is set to grow by an impressive 26% in S19, while Heathrow and Frankfurt are reporting slight reductions. With long-haul capacity from Europe set to grow by 2.4% this summer, we reveal the winners and losers.