Articles Tagged ‘Wuhan’
Wuhan is central China’s key city, shown in being the country’s 9th by GDP. Yet, airport is only China’s 19th, partly from its location & high-speed rail.
Given COVID-19, we look at the development of China’s seats on a weekly basis, with the country’s domestic capacity providing some positivity and hope.
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor, Jonathan Ford, was recently invited by Aeroporti di Roma’s Head of Airport Marketing Development, Raffaele Pasquini, to help welcome the arrival of China Southern Airlines’ inaugural flight from Guangzhou and Wuhan to Rome Fiumicino Airport on 17 December. Take a closer look to see how the day’s events unfolded.
Which Chinese airport celebrates winning an anna.aero award? But which European airport has also had reasons to celebrate in the last week? And which Chinese carrier announced the first Canadian route from Chengdu?
The world’s second biggest air travel market grew by a phenomenal 16% last year. But how fast did China’s leading airports grow and which are their nearest European equivalents? How fast are the leading airports growing this summer and which airport is actually likely to see fewer passengers and why? Who is planning new international […]
Air travel in China is defying global trends and growing rapidly. Domestic demand may be up one-third on 2007, but how does international demand compare with 2007? How strong are load factors?