1503 articles published since March 08, 2021
About James Pearson
Route Development Analyst - James lives and breathes route development. Educated in Air Transport Management at Loughborough and Cranfield, James was Market Opportunity Analyst at London Luton Airport and Chief Analyst at anna.aero. Now writing data-driven analysis for Simple Flying. Based near London, UK.
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As the recovery continues, seven passenger airlines plan to serve 12 Japanese destinations this November.
Abu Dhabi-Milan had a block time of 7h 20m.
flydubai and Emirates now have 11 daily flights to Thailand.
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Cairo is one of three African destinations served by Air Canada from Montreal.
Adelaide is scheduled to return later this year.
The carrier expected a 9.3% domestic market share and just 1.5% internationally.
It now has 11 winter routes.
This is what it says it plans, but the reality could be different.
29 destinations are down to see the A350 this June-September.
Japan's capital is WestJet's eighth long-haul route from Calgary.
The first service is down for May 15th.
These are the world's longest Q400 routes in May/June.
Five airlines are expected to use the A380 to Los Angeles.
Amsterdam has non-stop flights to 18 US destinations.
Newark has 39 passenger destinations in Europe this summer.