Articles Tagged ‘Taipei’

Taiwan's airports benefit from growth in "cross-straits" traffic

Taiwan’s airports benefit from growth in “cross-straits” traffic

How has capacity grown since 2008 between Taiwan and Mainland China? Which airlines currently have the biggest share of the market? And how have passenger numbers at Taiwan’s airports evolved since 1995? What has been the main driver of these changes? And which new long-haul destinations have been started in recent years?

London Heathrow still attracting new services; bmi, China Airlines and Kingfisher celebrate route launches; British Airways now serves 104 destinations

London Heathrow still attracting new services; bmi, China Airlines and Kingfisher celebrate route launches; British Airways now serves 104 destinations

A busy week for London Heathrow, but what changes has the airport seen regarding its global network in the last two years? Quite a lot it turns out. And how does the airport’s portfolio of routes compare with its European hub rivals? Not well, and getting worse.

Thai AirAsia prepares for new route to Taipei; 60% of capacity still on domestic routes

nl280809-thai-100.jpgThai AirAsia operates 17 aircraft from Bangkok and flies to 22 destinations in 10 countries. On how many routes does it compete with Thai Airways? Which routes has it dropped and which major country is not yet served?


Asia-Pacific airlines see international traffic fall in Q3; Taipei has highest seats per movement ratio; Bangkok disruption will impact Q4

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsThe 17 AAPA member airlines saw international traffic fall by 3.6% in Q3. What happened to capacity and load factors during this period? Which airports in the region have the highest seats to movement ratio?

New direct Chinese services help offset major HSR-induced loss of domestic traffic in Taiwan

Article Thumbnail: CountryTensions appear to be easing between China and Taiwan as some ‘cross-strait’ traffic is finally permitted. This is good news for Taiwan’s airlines which have seen domestic traffic collapse in recent years. However, Hong Kong and Cathay Pacific are probably less thrilled – why?