Articles Tagged ‘SYD’
Solomon Airlines begins new service from Honiara, Solomon Islands, to Sydney.
One of the latest new domestic routes to launch in Australia was the JETGO Australia route between Brisbane and Tamworth. However, it is overseas traffic at the top 20 airports that is driving much of the country’s annual growth, with international airlines increasing by 5.6% in 2014. We investigate where is growing and where is […]
Australia-New Zealand capacity grows by 3.3% this winter; Air New Zealand dominates with 35% of seats
Relations between Australia and New Zealand (also referred to as Tran-Tasman relations) are extremely close with both sharing British colonial heritage. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of both regions, resulting in flights increasing by 2.8% and ASKs up 2.5%, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between the two […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, NIKI announces plans to start three routes from Bratislava Airport next year and Emirates’ A380 touches down at Houston Intercontinental Airport from Dubai. More news from London Southend and Southampton airports.
JETGO Australia begins scheduled domestic services with ERJs; three airline groups account for 96% of Oz domestic flights
JETGO Australia is branching out from its ad-hoc charter and corporate activities to enter the scheduled market. Sydney-Gladstone is the airline’s first route replacing the lost QantasLink service. We look at the major players in the domestic market.
Just two weeks left of the 2014 ‘Arch of Triumph’ competition, will this offering challenge the leader board this week? It needs to average more than 8.725 per anna.aero judge in order to break inside the top 10.
JETGO Australia, not to be confused with the now defunct Canadian low-cost airline Jetsgo, starts scheduled domestic flights.
Analysis of Qantas’ home-hub ‒ we investigate how the operation has developed year by year and we detail which are the leading country markets, and how this compares with a year ago, along with what expansion plans the airline has for S15 at its main base (cough – none!).
Qantas starts services to Australia’s first new airport to open in 50 years. The new facility is 130 kilometres west of downtown Brisbane.
The airports of the Canary Islands have dominated this competition over the last three weeks, with Las Palmas (LPA) and La Palma (SPC) winning the two W14/15 public votes, now being joined by Lanzarote (ACE) last week. Maybe these guys should be doing FTWA courses for the rest of the world’s airports.
Taipei Taoyuan and Katowice airports show-off certificates for Tigerair Taiwan and Wizz Air respectively
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Qantas’ inaugural A380 service between Sydney Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth Airport and Birmingham Airport backs London Gatwick Airport’s expansion.
Cebu Pacific Air commences non-stop Manila to Sydney flights against two other carriers.