Articles Tagged ‘Spicejet’
Since we have been reporting from Vancouver, two weeks have passed since we last analysed new routes. This week, we therefore have a comprehensive report to offer. 39 new routes have been launched, eight of which are Mexican domestic routes, filling the void after Mexicana. Read about the new routes started by airlines ranging from […]
SpiceJet turns five; carrying six million passengers per year; adding international routes to Colombo and Kathmandu
SpiceJet is heading off abroad next month, but which are its busiest airports in India? How many airports does it serve and which are its busiest routes? How much competition will it face on its new international services?
Delhi now #1 airport in India; Mumbai route served by nine carriers; Kingfisher adds competition on international routes
Delhi’s traffic has trebled in nine years to over 25 million passengers. It now has a fantastic new terminal, but which are the biggest carriers at the airport? And just how competitive are some of the airport’s routes?
Wizz Air’s Belgrade base; Spicejet goes international; Blue1 adds European routes; Frontier expands operations in Omaha
How is Wizz Air scheduling its new Belgrade base? How much competition will Spicejet face on its first international route? Which new aircraft type is Blue1 using for expansion? And how many routes does Frontier already operate from Nebraska’s biggest airport?
Indian domestic market up over 20% in 2010 Q2; Qatar Airways latest airline to expand international services
Air travel in India has been growing by more than 20% all year. Which airlines have gained (and lost) market share so far this year and which carrier has grown its international presence by 30% since April?
Indian domestic market up 20% in 2010 Q1; Jet/Jet Lite still leads Kingfisher domestically; Emirates top foreign airline
Demand for air travel in India is booming once again. Which are the leading domestic airlines? Which are the leading airlines serving the international market? And which destinations does Lufthansa serve non-stop that BA does not?
The Indian domestic market has bounced back to its 2007 levels while international traffic has continued to grow steadily. Which airports have been driving international growth and which carriers have been introducing new services?
Indian domestic demand is now growing at 20% once more. But given the dramatic falls last year, is traffic above or below 2007 levels? Which airlines have the biggest market shares and which niche player recently ceased operations?
India’s fifth largest domestic airline is growing rapidly and now operates 18 aircraft across 18 destinations. Last year it received its first 737-900s and carried around 3.5 million passengers. Delhi is the country’s busiest airport and nearly all routes are operated at least daily. International routes are on the cards as soon as the government will permit them.