Articles Tagged ‘Tigerair Australia’

Brussels, Detroit and Kalmar airports show-off route launch certificates

Brussels, Detroit and Kalmar airports show-off route launch certificates

Also in this week’s issue of Network Planning Community News, Tigerair Australia clocks-up a significant passenger milestone in less than seven years, while Thai AirAsia puts on a glamourous display for a new route announcement to Guangzhou.

Darwin Airport reports 5% traffic growth in FY2014; Malaysia Airlines drives international growth

Darwin Airport reports 5% traffic growth in FY2014; Malaysia Airlines drives international growth

Gateway to the capital of the Northern Territory of Australia, Darwin Airport consolidated its annual passenger performance in FY2014, reaching 2.3 million this year. With a total of 11 carriers operating from the airport, anna.aero takes a closer look at Darwin’s recent developments and reveals which is the busiest destination this summer.

Cairns on course to crack 4.5m passengers for first time

Cairns on course to crack 4.5m passengers for first time

When you have got one the seven natural wonders of the world — the Great Barrier Reef — on your doorstep, your inbound visitor marketing job is pretty much done. However, anna.aero investigates just how Cairns Airport punches above its weight in terms of the annual traffic it generates.


Australia’s international traffic growing at 7%; Qantas share now down at 16% as AirAsia X grows fast among leading carriers

Australia’s international traffic growing at 7%; Qantas share now down at 16% as AirAsia X grows fast among leading carriers

The Australian air travel market continues to report solid if unspectacular growth, with the international market growing over three times as fast as the domestic market. We track the growth rates in recent months and look at which airports are growing their international demand most rapidly. Plus a round-up of recent new international services.

Tigerair Australia continues the build-up of Brisbane base

Tigerair Australia continues the build-up of Brisbane base

Tigerair Australia adds Cairns and Darwin to its existing services to Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide from its new Brisbane base.

Tigerair Australia arrives in Proserpine

Tigerair Australia arrives in Proserpine

Tigerair Australia introduces direct air service from Sydney to Whitsunday Coast Airport.


Helvetic Airways’ pre-launch party; Brisbane Airport shows-off Route certificate; take-off for Bristol Airport’s charity event; Jetairfly’s 10th birthday at Brussels Charleroi; more news from Nagoya Chubu and San Jose Airports

Helvetic Airways’ pre-launch party; Brisbane Airport shows-off Route certificate; take-off for Bristol Airport’s charity event; Jetairfly’s 10th birthday at Brussels Charleroi; more news from Nagoya Chubu and San Jose Airports

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Brisbane Airport shows-off its Route of the Week certificate, while Brussels Charleroi Airport celebrates Jetairfly’s 10th birthday. In addition, Bordeaux and Zurich Airports pre-celebrate Helvetic Airways’ new service starting from 8 May. We also have news from Bristol Airport’s runway charity run, Nagoya Chubu Airport’s water arch salute for AirAsia […]

Tigerair Australia opens up Brisbane base

Tigerair Australia opens up Brisbane base

Tigerair opens Brisbane base, Adelaide gets two new routes, with Sydney gaining one.

Tigerair Australia opens base #3; Melbourne and Sydney command over 60% of weekly seats

Tigerair Australia opens base #3; Melbourne and Sydney command over 60% of weekly seats

As Tigerair Australia opens up its third base in Brisbane last week, alongside Melbourne and Sydney, we take a look at how the airline is rebuilding its network following its 2011 grounding.


Tigerair Australia commences seventh Sydney route to Perth

Tigerair Australia commences seventh Sydney route to Perth

Tigerair Australia begins its longest route from its Sydney base but faces intense competition.

Tigerair Australia bares its teeth at Brisbane

Tigerair Australia bares its teeth at Brisbane

Finishing the deal that brought two Tigerair Australia aircraft to Brisbane was probably not done on the airport’s apron between the two CEOs, but how the LCC is going head-to-head with Qantas’ in-house LCC Jetstar Airways may have been discussed. anna.aero takes a look down under.

Qantas has just 17% of Australian international market

Qantas has just 17% of Australian international market

The Australian market has seen some changes in ownership among the airlines that operate within it, while passenger numbers continue to climb. International traffic (+5.2%) is growing more than twice as quickly as domestic traffic (+2.2%) so far in 2013. Airlines from China, Indonesia and Philippines have added new international flights this year.