Articles Tagged ‘XIY’
Established in 2004 as Grand China Express Air in an effort to merge the major aviation assets of Hainan Airlines, China Xinhua Airlines, Chang’an Airlines and Shanxi Airlines, Tianjin Airlines (renamed as of 10 June 2009), has expanded considerably since then. With the carrier operating a total of 177 non-stop routes, anna.aero looks at Tianjin […]
Okay Airways also starts three new routes between China and Thailand.
Shenzhen Airlines introduces new routes to Taipei and Bangkok.
Weekly seats up 2.3% and ASKs up 4.7% between Europe and Asia; London Heathrow-Hong Kong is #1 city pair
The relationship between Europe and Asia has grown considerably over the years as both regions are actively engaged economically. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of both regions, resulting in flights increasing by 0.7% and ASKs up 4.7%, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between the two markets.
Jin Air connects Jeju with Quanzhou and Xi’an in China, each twice-weekly.
Hainan Airlines connects Hangzhou and Xi’an twice-weekly with Paris.
Possibly the best winner’s photograph that anna.aero has received in the FTWA competition so far — Tokyo Narita’s firefighters pose proudly in all their cosmic gear along with their ‘Arch of Triumph’ winner’s certificate from last week.
Still to join a global alliance, Hainan Airlines is China’s fifth biggest airline, in terms of weekly seats. Easy to believe, as the carrier moves closer to offering 750,000 weekly seats this August. anna.aero takes a look at all of its vital statistics.
Shenzhen Airlines now links Xi’an and Yantai with Seoul. Both routes face significant competition.
AirAsia X now serves Xi’an from Kuala Lumpur with four weekly flights using A330-300s.
ORENAIR starts weekly flights to Xi’an, just one day before China Eastern Airlines starts flights in the opposite direction.
This week we have FTWAs from six airports around the world, including Toronto Pearson, Moscow Sheremetyevo and Manchester – find out here whether any of these big-hitting airports have the firefighters to match their global profile.