Articles Tagged ‘Tokyo Narita’
ANA and JAL both report massive load factor improvement on international services in 2010; ANA grows market share
If Turkey is a booming air market then Japan … isn’t. Although load factors are improving demand is static and still well down versus 2008. How are ANA and JAL performing on international routes and guess who’s coming to Haneda?
Japanese airline traffic down 14% in 2009 Q4 versus 2007; ANA benefits from JAL’s woes on international routes
The air transport media has spent a lot of time analysing and debating JAL’s problems, but what impact has there been on air travel demand in the last quarter of 2009? Will traffic start to pick up in 2010? What are the early signs?
Will new US – Japan bilateral help boost falling demand? Access to Haneda may be key
A new US – Japan bilateral agreement promises to open up competition across the Pacific. How has traffic between these two major economies fared over the last 20 years and which are the leading airlines and airports involved.
Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways combined now serve 109 destinations non-stop
The MEB3 airlines have all added frequency during the last four months but which five new destinations have been added? And which new destination might all three carriers be starting in 2010?
Delta expands Salt Lake City base and adds routes from Atlanta and New York; new Northwest flights from Narita
Delta and its partner SkyWest embark on major expansion in Utah while Africa doesn’t get quite as many new routes from Atlanta as expected. What other long-haul routes did Delta and Northwest start this week?