Articles Tagged ‘Xiamen Airlines’
Xiamen Airlines introduces thrice-weekly flights from Xiamen to Jeju in South Korea.
Chinese air traffic up 11% in first 11 months of 2013; 29 international links to be launched in first half of 2014
The world’s second largest air travel market, according to Innovata weekly seat capacity for February, is rapidly growing, reaching 326 million passengers in the first 11 months of 2013. Despite the current issues regarding the EU’s ETS, Air China is still launching links to Europe. anna.aero reveals who is the main player in the Chinese […]
Airbus delivers more units than Boeing for the second month in a row; Xiamen Airlines receives its 100th Boeing aircraft, a 737-800
Airbus delivers 58 airframes in November, more units than the American manufacturer for the second month in a row. However, Boeing continues to lead the 2013 delivery race by 19 units with just one month of data to go.
Xiamen Airlines now serves Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport from both Xiamen Airport and Fuzhou Airport.
Xiamen Airlines links Xiamen with Bangkok with four weekly flights.
Xiamen Airlines connects Fuzhou Airport and Xiamen Airport with Jakarta Airport using 737-700s
Xiamen Airlines flies from Fuzhou Airport in China to Jeju Airport in South Korea.
Xiamen Airlines inaugurates services from Dalian to Singapore via Xiamen; adds flights from Quanzhou to Hong Kong.
Xiamen Airlines connects Fuzhou and Kuala Lumpur.
Beijing Capital Airport took three Asian ANNIES last year, and continued to grow throughout 2012, further diminishing the distance to take over on Atlanta as the world’s busiest airport. anna.aero examines the world’s second largest airport.
LOT Polish takes Europe’s first Dreamliner; Xiamen Airlines joins SkyTeam; Aeroflot and Moscow Sheremetyevo best in Russia; Wizz Air carries nine million at Katowice
This week, we report from Moscow where Aeroflot and Moscow Sheremetyevo were named best airline and airport in Russia, but by whom? Which year did Wizz Air set up its base in Katowice? And which airline is now Europe’s first to fly the 787?
Mainland China’s 11th-largest airport has seen its traffic boom since traffic to nearby Taiwan liberalised. But which change in airline customers has taken place in recent years? Which is the airport’s only intercontinental route (so far)? And what ambitious plans for further growth are revealed in the airport’s infrastructure developments?