Articles Tagged ‘Tokyo’

Aeromexico had 88% seat factor to Tokyo Narita; daily again from 2 March

Aeromexico had 88% seat factor to Tokyo Narita; daily again from 2 March

As Aeromexico set to resume MEX to Tokyo Narita, we explore this market. Only 20% of traffic was local, with 77% connecting over Mexico’s capital.

All Nippon returns to Brussels after nine-month absence

All Nippon returns to Brussels after nine-month absence

All Nippon returned to Brussels on 17 December from Tokyo Narita. The route was Brussels’ second-thickest by non-stop seats in 2019, so its resumption was significant.

<span style="color: #cd1719;">Routes Reconnected:</span> Melbourne is curfew-free and 24/7, crucial for its surging freight demand

Routes Reconnected: Melbourne is curfew-free and 24/7, crucial for its surging freight demand

Melbourne is Australia’s second-busiest international freight hub, with Japan Airlines carrying over 30 tonnes of asparagus daily on each of its flights.


Tokyo’s top unserved routes; Barcelona largest, but not by fare

Tokyo’s top unserved routes; Barcelona largest, but not by fare

Tokyo has 18 unserved routes with 40,000+ passengers. We examine them – which is strong by fare per kilometre? Vote to say which you think will happen!

Malaysia Airlines’ Tokyo grown well; we explore Tokyo connectivity over KUL

Malaysia Airlines’ Tokyo grown well; we explore Tokyo connectivity over KUL

Last year was Malaysia Airlines’ best ever to Northeast Asia. Japan grew well, so we look at connectivity over KUL. Leisure and VFR markets key. 

Lufthansa’s Sao Paulo – Frankfurt; seat load factor of ~88%, but to where do they connect?

Lufthansa’s Sao Paulo – Frankfurt; seat load factor of ~88%, but to where do they connect?

We explore the carrier’s Sao Paulo – Frankfurt service, which had ~233,000 passengers last year and nearly 60% connecting. Nagoya #1 O&D.


ZIPAIR applies for Tokyo – Honolulu, a market of 1.9 million seats in 2019

ZIPAIR applies for Tokyo – Honolulu, a market of 1.9 million seats in 2019

As ZIPAIR hopes to serve Honolulu, we look at the Japan – Hawaii and Tokyo – Honolulu markets, with ‘stagnant’ the keyword and stimulation needed.

United Airlines' website suggests 89 long-haul routes will restart from May

United Airlines’ website suggests 89 long-haul routes will restart from May

May is an important period for United Airlines’ long-haul operations, according to its booking engine. We look at what’s expected (which could change!).

30 Second Interview: Aya Isogai, Skymark Airlines Corporate Planning Division, talks about the A380s

30 Second Interview: Aya Isogai, Skymark Airlines Corporate Planning Division, talks about the A380s

In the first of a series of interviews which take only 30 seconds to read (and about that long to write) anna.aero talks to Aya Isogai, Skymark Airlines’ Corporate Planning Division, about “our company’s dream” for the four new A380s.


Tokyo Haneda’s new runway and terminal welcome more international services; almost 50 domestic routes served

Tokyo Haneda’s new runway and terminal welcome more international services; almost 50 domestic routes served

Tokyo’s “old” airport at Haneda is now allowing international flights after completion of a new runway and terminal. But which are the leading domestic routes and who apart from JAL and ANA is operating them?

International traffic to Japan down 16% from 2007 levels; but airlines queuing up to access Tokyo Haneda this winter

International traffic to Japan down 16% from 2007 levels; but airlines queuing up to access Tokyo Haneda this winter

Air travel demand in Japan is still a long way short of returning to the levels seen prior to the start of the economic downturn in 2008. How have ANA and JAL been performing internationally this year and how many carriers will be starting new services to Tokyo Haneda at the start of the winter […]

Top 30 Asian airports offering 7% more capacity than a year ago; Beijing passes Tokyo Haneda; Jakarta growing fastest

Top 30 Asian airports offering 7% more capacity than a year ago; Beijing passes Tokyo Haneda; Jakarta growing fastest

You want proof that the Asian economies are doing well? Then take a look at airport capacity stats for the leading airports in the region. Only two of the top 25 airports are not growing again.