Articles Tagged ‘Thailand’
Global seat capacity up 7.3% in 2016 Q1; China and Ryanair see biggest increase in seats compared with 2015 Q1
We reveal which are the leading airlines and country markets in the first quarter of 2016 and by how much they are growing (or shrinking). Plus a look at which airlines and countries are seeing the biggest increase in capacity.
Thailand’s Nok Air celebrates 10 years of operations; new Q400s open up possibility of more international routes
The latest LCC to celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2014 (we have already had Wizz Air and Vueling) is Thailand’s Nok Air. Operating almost exclusively domestically from Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport the airline currently offers around one-quarter of all domestic seats in the domestic market.
Growing congestion at Bangkok’s main airport made the city’s old airport rise from the ashes…turning it into a prosperous low-cost hub for the Thai capital.
After several years of stagnant passenger numbers, Thai Airways is reporting growth in 2012 and capacity is set to rise as the airline takes delivery of its new generation aircraft on order. But which European destination did the Star Alliance airline drop last year, and which route did it start instead? In which market is […]
Guangzhou #2 airport in China; China Southern serves over 90 destinations non-stop; Auckland starts in April
China’s second busiest airport handled just over 40 million passengers last year. But what is the split between domestic and international routes? How dominant is China Southern? And which are the leading country markets? Which US carrier is coming soon?
Ranked third in the Thai market after Thai Airways and AirAsia, Bankok Airways labels itself “Asia’s Boutique Airline”. But since 2008, it has radically changed its route network, downsized internationally, and focussed on the domestic and regional core market. Now, with orders for four A350s, the airline clearly has ambitious, new expansion plans to go […]
China at the forefront of Asian air travel growth; Indonesia and Vietnam booming in 2010; Hong Kong, Japan and Thailand struggle
Europe’s had volcano issues (and strikes), the US has had a major merger announcement but what’s happening in Asia? Which airlines and country markets are growing fastest? We have a couple of handy graphs summarising the trends.
Berlin Tegel still airberlin’s #1 base; domestic routes dominate but Gdansk, Reykjavik and Venice new for 2010
airberlin is now Europe’s fifth biggest airline based on European seat capacity. By how much is Berlin Tegel still its biggest base and how extensive is its route network? What’s new for 2010 and which major routes has it dropped?
Thailand maintains good international connections; V Australia and Kingfisher new in 2009; only one US non-stop
Bangkok handles 80% of all Thailand’s airport traffic, but which other airports play an important role in the country? Which six carriers are competing in the domestic market and how many of Europe’s major carriers are present?
Nok Air may have celebrated its fifth anniversary this summer but its fleet is still relatively small. Where does it fly to and what competition does it have? And what role do SGA play?
Thai 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’s 4th largest airport has only been operating since September 2006. Originally planned as a replacement for the old Don Muang airport, the two now co-exist with different roles. International traffic is the dominant market and Thai Airways is the leading carrier. How many airports are served directly in Europe and what is odd about the airport’s US services?