Articles Tagged ‘Virgin Australia’
Traffic between Mainland China and Australia is booming as Chinese carriers keep growing. But which airports benefit the most? And what is the response from Australian carriers?
Virgin Australia now flies from Brisbane Airport to the Queensland mining city of Mount Isa.
Perth airport welcomes Qatar Airways; traffic growing at 12% in 2012 after more than doubling between 2003 and 2011
Western Australia’s Perth airport welcomed its second ‘MEB3’ carrier this week as Qatar Airways arrived from Doha. How rapidly has the airport grown in recent years and which two domestic routes account for almost 30% of traffic? Which other foreign carriers serve one of the world’s most remote major cities?
Virgin Australia Airlines breaks Qantas’ and Jetstar’s duopoly on the domestic route from Sydney Airport to Darwin Airport.
Virgin Australia continued expanding its regional network, now flying from Brisbane to Port Macquarie.
Virgin Australia now flies with ATR72 aircraft between Brisbane and Gladstone in Queensland.
Australian domestic air travel demand up 2.7% in Q2; Tiger Airways back flying reduced domestic network
Despite ash cloud issues in June (courtesy of Chile rather than Iceland) Australian domestic air travel is still growing. What’s the latest news on Tiger Airways’ gradual resumption of services and where will Virgin Australia start operating its new ATRs from? And which Asian carrier is growing demand fastest on international routes?
Australian domestic air travel demand up 3.3% in Q1; Virgin Australia brand launched this month to replace Virgin Blue
Despite some extreme weather, Australia’s domestic travel continued to grow in Q1. Which major new domestic services have launched this year? What’s happening with international traffic? Which carriers gained (and lost) market share during 2010?