Articles Tagged ‘SUB’
Mandala Airlines launches Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore from Surabaya.
Mandala Airlines commences two routes from Denpasar; adds flights in Jakarta and Padang.
Indonesia AirAsia expands its network with routes from Medan to Banda Aceh and Pekanbaru, and from Surabaya to Jakarta and Semarang.
Indonesia AirAsia now flies from Surabaya to Johor Bahru Airport on the Malaysian border to Singapore.
Citilink now flies the Indonesian domestic route from Surabaya to Lombok.
Indonesia AirAsia now flies from Denpasar Airport in Bali and Bandung to Surabaya.
Garuda Indonesia now flies from Bandung to Surabaya on the Indonesian island of Java.
Firefly, the Malaysia Airlines subsidiary, now flies from Johor Bahru on the border to Singapore to Surabaya on Java in Indonesia.
The world’s airlines are again busy, having launched 93 routes in the last week. Ryanair contributes with 46 of them, but the rest were launched in all corners of the world. Which low-cost airline launched a new base? Which airline added a new South American country market to its network and which airline became the […]
Although the winter season madness has calmed down, we have had 23 new routes launched in the last week. An Australian low-cost carrier launched a base just down the road from its already existing main base and we have full analysis of further routes launching in every continent, fully illustrated!
WINTER SEASON PART II: 80 new routes!!! This week features full analysis of the big batch of new routes that launched in the last week. Which European capital city got four new routes with four different airlines? Great parties featured included British Airways’ London Gatwick to Cancun and RwandAir’s Kigali to Mombasa and Dubai.
Indonesia’s traffic up 3.5% last year; Lion Air now #1 among domestic carriers; still no non-stop flights to Western Europe
Despite the collapse of Adam Air Indonesia’s airports still grew last year handling almost 80 million passengers. The domestic market is highly competitive but non-stop long-haul routes to Europe and North America are still missing.