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DESTINATIONS ASM


Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) – Tbilisi Airport (TBS)


Paris


Insight Air France will be only the fourth major European network carrier to enter the Georgia market, after Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa and LOT. It is served by other carriers including Air Baltic, Aegean and Aeroflot, but


there is no KLM, British Airways, Iberia, SAS, Finnair, Austrian Airlines,


Swiss or Alitalia. This is a country that has traditionally been


dominated by Turkish Airlines, which provides vital connectivity through its four-daily service from Istanbul, but other carriers are beginning to discover this interesting and growing market. Georgia is a country with a population of 3.7 million and is an attractive inbound market with a historic capital in Tbilisi that is largely undiscovered. The country’s connectivity has also suffered because the national carriers over the years have never established significant fleets and networks, hence Wizz Air has tried to capitalise through basing aircraft in Kutaisi. From there it serves 19 destinations, two more than Georgian Airways. France is served by Wizz Air and Georgian


Airways, both serving Paris twice-weekly through Paris Beauvais and Charles de Gaulle respectively. Air France will be hoping to compete against these two brands, particularly with the outbound French market. The schedule will satisfy


Data


the three- and four-night breaks market. There is a significant indirect flow between France and Georgia, the market is 69,000 passengers and 80% are travelling indirect, furthermore 75% of the market is out of Paris.


Carrier: Air France Aircraft: Airbus A320


Frequency: Twice-weekly Start date: March 31, 2019 Distance: 3,367km O&D traffic demand


(year to June 30, 2018): 42,848 Annual growth: 36.8%


Average one-way fare $ (year to June 30, 2018): $173.62


Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) – Rome-Fiumicino International Airport (FCO)


Christchurch International Airport (CHC) – Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)


Insight Fresh from extending its joint venture with Singapore Airlines for a further five years, Air New Zealand is to fly between Singapore and Christchurch from December 1, 2019. The service will operate


until February 22, 2020, using new configuration Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. The two flag carriers forged


the partnership in January 2014, which resulted in Air New Zealand resuming flights to Singapore 12 months later after an absence of eight years. Up to now, Singapore Airlines has been operating the seasonal Christchurch- Singapore service three times a week, in addition to its daily service between Auckland and Singapore. Since the two airlines launched the alliance, total two-way capacity on New Zealand-Singapore services increased from 648,975 available seats in 2014 to more than 800,000 in 2018. The market between New Zealand and Singapore is only served by Air New Zealand and SIA after Jetstar pulled out in 2014.


Data


Carrier: Air New Zealand Aircraft: Boeing 787-9 Frequency: Five-weekly


Start date: December 1, 2019 Distance: 8,402km O&D traffic demand


(year to June 30, 2018): 69,981 Annual growth: -0.28% Average one-way fare (year to June 30, 2018): $564.56


Insight


National carrier Kenya Airways is planning to launch four weekly non-stop flights from Nairobi to Rome in Italy from


this June. The airline returns to Rome-Fiumicino after a seven-year hiatus, having previously served the airport until June 2012. The addition of the two routes brings the number of destinations Kenya Airways serves in Europe to five and 55 worldwide. According to OAG Schedules Analyser


Data Carrier: Kenya Airways


data for summer 2019, it joins 10 other carriers serving Africa from Italy’s capital city: Alitalia, Cairo, Casablanca, Johannesburg and Tunis, alongside the likes of Neos Air, Ryanair, Egyptair and Ethiopian Airlines. 


84 ISSUE 2 ROUTES NEWS 2019 routesonline.com


Aircraft: Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner Frequency: Four-weekly Start date: June 12, 2019 Distance: 5,399km O&D traffic demand


(year to June 30, 2018): 16,062 Annual growth:-1.27% Average one-way fare (year to June 30, 2018): $477


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