Articles Tagged ‘SYD’
Australia sees domestic market growth; international traffic up 7% as American Airlines, ANA, Xiamen Airlines (re-)enter market
Australia’s domestic market returned to growth in the third quarter of 2015, but international growth is much higher. Five carriers either started or resumed international flights to Australia in the last 12 months.
Athens-Melbourne is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” 260,000 searches last year; Time for Jetstar to really go long-haul???
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has revealed that last year 260,000 potential travellers searched for flights between Athens and Melbourne, which has a Greek poulation of 150,000 making it the biggest Greek city in the world (outside of Greece). But strewth, the route is unserved! Surely with a market that big and that reliable begging to be served, it’s […]
Fuelled by Western Australia’s abundant natural resources, the state capital’s airport in Perth has seen the growth experienced between 2006-2014 (when its traffic nearly doubled) plateau in 2015 and 2016. That said, airlines like Malindo Air have added service to the country’s fourth busiest airport in the past year.
Melbourne Airport delivers recession proof passenger growth performance since 2006; China and Singapore capacity charges
Open since 1912, Luna Park in Melbourne has been around longer than the city’s airport, which opened in Essendon in 1921, before moving to its current location in Tullamarine in 1970. anna.aero takes a look at Australia’s second biggest airport’s traffic development and network.
Regional Express begins a five times weekly service between Sydney and Cooma – ends Cooma Airport’s three-year hiatus of scheduled services.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Flybe announces its latest destination from Cardiff while Ryanair expands its route offering from Newcastle. More news also from LOT Polish Airlines, Routes Asia, Manchester and London Stansted airports, and anna.aero’s very own Ralph Anker who presented at the ACI 8th Annual Airport Economics & Finance Conference and Exhibition.
Sending the anna.aero judges a selection of Arch of Triumph images is always going to work out well, as we always choose the best of the bunch for the competition. That’s what this week’s winner did. Now it can LUXuriate in its glory over the other six competing airports from around the world.
Qatar Airways adds Sydney to its Australian route assets, which already include Melbourne and Perth.
China Southern Airlines now links Shenzhen with Sydney non-stop.
Sydney Airport falls just shy of 40 million milestone in 2015; Qantas/Jetstar hold nearly half of weekly seats
Although Sydney Airport didn’t quite handle 40 million passengers in 2015, the route development Force is still strong with Australia’s biggest airport. anna.aero’s data elves take a peek at the biggest airport down under for the first time since 2009.
Having won two Arch of Triumph awards in December, our friendly firefighters down under couldn’t wait to display their latest additions to the station walls. Find out which of this week’s four global entries gets the second certificate of 2016 and no doubt adorn the pride of place in their station.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, QantasLink commences services from Sydney on a domestic route to Sunshine Coast, while Pobeda launches services to Bratislava. More news also from Rome Fiumicino, Warsaw Chopin, Riga, Melbourne (Florida) and Copenhagen airports.