Articles Tagged ‘t’way air’
Jeju’s very strong domestic market, including the world’s #1 domestic route to Seoul Gimpo, means that total seats are now above pre-coronavirus levels. But international capacity down significantly.
t’way air more than doubles international seats in 2017; Seoul Incheon is main international hub, Japan is top destination
There were 3.94 million two-way seats available across t’way air’s international route network in 2017, 158% up on the previous year. Nick Preston takes a look at how the carrier has developed its international links since it was formed in 2010, including its leading airports, routes and country markets.
t’way air introduces new link from Daegu to Vladivostok.
Daegu Airport breaks 2.5 million passenger mark for first time; traffic up 25% in 2016 as LCCs Air Busan and t’way air drive growth
South Korea’s sixth busiest airport, Daegu, has more than doubled its traffic in just three years. We look at annual traffic going back to 2000 and the airport’s seasonality profile. Plus we reveal which new services have been added since the beginning of 2014.
There are just some country pairs which our data elves notice lots of new routes as well as fresh capacity being added on existing ones, and one of those is South Korea to Japan – so we decided to investigate. We uncover the annual growth patterns, as well as the biggest airlines and routes in […]
t’way air becomes fifth Korean carrier to link Seoul with Saipan.
t’way air links Daegu with Cebu and Hong Kong.
t’way air now connects Daegu with Fukuoka and Tokyo Narita.
Tokyo Narita annual traffic up 33% since 2011; domestic traffic quadruples since turn of decade; welcomes seven new carriers
In 2011 Tokyo Narita handled 28 million passengers, whereas last year it welcomed 37.3 million. Within the past 12 months, the Japanese airport has welcomed seven new airlines, with an eighth, Hawaiian Airlines, soon becoming the facility’s 74th carrier. anna.aero takes a closer look at traffic development and the airport’s most popular connections.
t’way air now connects Seoul Incheon and Wenzhou with thrice-weekly flights.
t’way air becomes seventh carrier to link Seoul Incheon with Tokyo Narita.
New airline route announcements and fascinating facts and figures we came across this week (2016 – week 3)
In our newest feature we reveal what exciting route news and statistical trivia our data elves have come across during the last week while reading their e-mails (that’s short for elf-mail) and preparing this week’s stories.