Articles Tagged ‘U-FLY’

Asian LCC long-haul capacity growing faster than short-haul; IndiGo overtakes Lion Air to become continents largest; India biggest market

Asian LCC long-haul capacity growing faster than short-haul; IndiGo overtakes Lion Air to become continents largest; India biggest market

In 2017 Asian LCCs are scheduled to operate 455 million one-way seats, up from 70 million in 2007. With Asian LCC seat capacity increasing by 459% in the past decade, anna.aero decided to see how this vast capacity surge has been distributed with regards to sector length and originating country market.   

U-FLY Alliance welcomes fifth carrier; collective alliance network has 202 routes; Kunming, Chongqing and Hong Kong are top three airports

U-FLY Alliance welcomes fifth carrier; collective alliance network has 202 routes; Kunming, Chongqing and Hong Kong are top three airports

U-FLY Alliance is the world’s first LCC alliance which launched on 18 January this year, with four initial members – HK Express, Lucky Air, Urumqi Air and West Air. In July a fifth carrier, Eastar Jet, joined the line-up. anna.aero takes a look at the breakdown of the world’s newest alliance, and establishes its presence […]

Vancouver and Hamilton celebrate awards in Canadian double

Vancouver and Hamilton celebrate awards in Canadian double

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair announces a new route from Liverpool to Marrakech while Eastar Jet becomes the fifth carrier to join LCC alliance U-FLY. More news also from Baltimore/Washington and Turin airports.


fastjet’s GM East Africa Jimmy Kibati can’t believe his eyes with Route of Week certificate

fastjet’s GM East Africa Jimmy Kibati can’t believe his eyes with Route of Week certificate

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Aena shows off its Route of the Week award for its new Beijing Capital Airlines Hangzhou service and Budapest Airport reaches a passenger milestone with Ryanair. More news from Swedavia, Cairns Airport, All Nippon Airways, Flybe and U-FLY.