Articles Tagged ‘Spicejet’
Qatar Airways starts Seattle, Frontier launches Oakland, FlyPelican increases Port Macquarie, and more.
SpiceJet has launched Delhi to Pakyong, the only airport in Sikkim. The airport opened in 2018 and SpiceJet is its only airline, with two routes: Kolkata and now Delhi.
Air India Express focuses on the Gulf and South India. We look at its route network and competition and how its network overlap with its parent is changing.
AirAsia India passes 10 million seats as troubles continue; every route competes directly with IndiGo
As AirAsia India’s two owners are both reportedly keen to sell their shares, we look at the carrier’s network, airport, and competition development.
Jet Airways’ end meant IndiGo became #1 at Mumbai. IndiGo has avg. 41% share of seats at India’s top-10 airports vs. 14% for #2. Bangalore has the biggest difference between #1 and #2 with a 14.4m seat gap.
IndiGo has a 47% domestic share, 3x more than #2, SpiceJet. Air India is now #1 internationally from Jet Airways’ end – but IndiGo’s close behind.
Vistara launches six times weekly services between Mumbai and Colombo on 25 November; we see how the India – Sri Lanka market has evolved.
Weekly seats from India – Saudi Arabia increase 78% to 50,000. 5.3 million passengers were carried in the last year, but only 37% were non-stop. Many opportunities remain.
With W19 set to start on Sunday 27 October, this week has been packed full with exciting new route announcements. Here are our main highlights: Qantas performs first ‘Project Sunrise’ test flight; Vienna International Airport announces 30 new routes in winter schedule; Gothenburg Landvetter announces Hamburg flights with Eurowings; Lauda launches Shannon services; Czech Airlines […]
SpiceJet becomes the first LCC to fly between Mumbai and Riyadh.
SpiceJet joins Saudi Arabian Airlines on the city pair by launching a new daily service.
Global turboprop capacity up 22% since 2009; Vancouver is ‘Top of the Props’ as Canada overtakes US to become top market
More than 245 million two-way seats were available on scheduled turboprop flights in 2018, a 22% increase since 2009. Nick Preston examines trends over the past decade to identify which airlines, airports and country markets have seen the biggest increases or cuts in services performed by these aircraft.