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Old December 27th, 2014, 07:25 PM   #1961
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[QUOTE=diablo234;120116752]CAPA: Emirates Airline to make the United States its third largest source of revenue
Emirates revenue by geographic segment: 2008-2013


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Where is India/ South Asia on this graph? Could it be that, this is revenue share excluding S Asia for EK?
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Old December 29th, 2014, 05:19 AM   #1962
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They included India and Pakistan in with the West Asia/Indian Ocean group.
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Old December 29th, 2014, 06:43 AM   #1963
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They included India and Pakistan in with the West Asia/Indian Ocean group.
It can't be; if 10.2% is the revenue share. EK operates 186 weekly flights to India alone.
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Old December 29th, 2014, 03:41 PM   #1964
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It can't be; if 10.2% is the revenue share. EK operates 186 weekly flights to India alone.
hmm, your right. Maybe cause this is a revenue graph. Short haul flights don't bring in that much revenue as compared to flights to Europe, North America, Far East Asia and Australia. That is also why Middle East is only 10.3%.
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Old December 30th, 2014, 09:57 AM   #1966
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hmm, your right. Maybe cause this is a revenue graph. Short haul flights don't bring in that much revenue as compared to flights to Europe, North America, Far East Asia and Australia. That is also why Middle East is only 10.3%.
Short haul yes.. But considering that only 20 - 30% O&D to Dubai and the rest all long haul transit passengers, revenue share should be more.. So something doesn't add up. Perhaps, S Asia is included in the E Asia/ Australasia numbers...
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Old December 30th, 2014, 01:22 PM   #1967
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There are really only 3 big Middle East Airlines, Emirates, Etihad and Qatar. Saudia is also large, but is still a modest sized airline compared these 3. Most of the other airlines from the smaller Gulf countries are small and often struggling, like Gulf Air and Kuwait Airways.

What are the reasons that not all these airlines grow as quickly as the ME3?

The political situation in these countries is not always as stable as Qatar or the UAE. Kuwait is rich, but had enough political turmoil in the last 10 years that also effected Kuwait Airways. The country is also bordering Iraq, the extreme political unrest in that country does have a damping effect on the economics of Kuwait especially with the involvement of Kuwait in the 1st gulf war. This has created a situation where the country is not diversifying it's economy as much as Qatar or the UAE.

Lastly it's also a question if there's a market beyond the 3 carriers that now grow the fastest. Their success make it even harder for the other airlines to be successful. Will the market allow a new airline to to take their time to build up another global reaching network with a hub in Kuwait when there are already 3 airlines doing the same already. They can now use the economy of scale in their advantage, blocking new competition from their own region.
This sounds just like iOS vs Android vs windows phone

Ios and android the big 2 windows phone the one trailing behind the other 2 sucess
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Short haul yes.. But considering that only 20 - 30% O&D to Dubai and the rest all long haul transit passengers, revenue share should be more.. So something doesn't add up. Perhaps, S Asia is included in the E Asia/ Australasia numbers...
I think South Asia is clumped with West Asia and Indian Ocean... don't you think? I mean, East Asia and Oceania would include the Far East, Australia, and New Zealand, but I think West Asia may refer to India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, especially that the Gulf and Middle East regions are pretty specific...
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Boeing Delivers Etihad Airways' First 787-9 Dreamliner

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EVERETT, Wash., Dec. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] delivered Etihad Airways' first 787-9 Dreamliner sporting the airline's new "Facets of Abu Dhabi" livery which was revealed at a ceremony earlier this year. The colors are reminiscent of the desert landscape, inspired by the culture, Islamic design and architecture motifs of the United Arab Emirates.

The airplane is the first of the 71 Dreamliners that the national airline of the United Arab Emirates has on order which includes 41 787-9s and 30 787-10s. Etihad Airways will also be the first airline in the Middle East to operate the 787-9.
http://boeing.mediaroom.com/2014-12-...amliner#Closed
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Miami businessman flies Etihad's 'penthouse in the sky'

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Air Arabia’s Jordan Deal Brings Prospect of Low-Cost EU Flights

By Deena Kamel Yousef Jan 5, 2015 8:47 AM CT

Air Arabia bought a 49 percent stake in Jordan’s Petra Airlines, opening up the possibility of low-cost flights from Amman to Europe tapping local accords that go beyond those negotiated by its native United Arab Emirates.

“Jordan has open-skies agreements with Europe, which is a very attractive situation to be in,” Chief Executive Officer Adel Ali said in a phone interview, adding that services will commence with five or six routes to other Middle Eastern cities using two Airbus Group NV (AIR) A320 jets.

Amman will be Air Arabia’s fifth hub after Sharjah -- its base -- and Ras Al Khaimah in the UAE, together with Egypt and Morocco. Petra Airlines will be renamed Air Arabia (AIRARABI) Jordan and managed by Air Arabia, though Rum Group, which founded it in 2005, will keep a 51 percent stake, according to a statement.

Air Arabia delayed plans to establish a hub in Jordan for years due to the global financial crisis and the Arab Spring.

“While the economic instability cycle continues up and down across the world, we see political stability in Jordan getting better,” Ali said. He declined to reveal the value of the deal or say who will manage the new business, adding that an outside executive could be brought in.

Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2015-0...u-flights.html
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Old January 8th, 2015, 08:26 PM   #1973
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Qatar to fly giant Airbus on China routes
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Qatar Airways Group, which received the world's first Airbus 350 XWB last month, expects to fly its new giant to China from early 2016, the chief executive of the group said on Wednesday.

Akbar Al Baker said it will use the A350 XWB to substitute its A330 aircraft currently flying to cities in China, including Hangzhou in Zhejiang province, Chengdu in Sichuan province, Guangzhou in Guangdong province and Chongqing.

The carrier currently uses Boeing 777-300ER and super jumbo A380 aircraft on its services to Beijing and Shanghai, and Al Baker also said it is considering launching services to new destinations in China.

"We are expecting to increase our efforts into the China market as the country has both a strong economy and tourism market," said Al Baker. Friendly political relations between the countries also provide a strong business opportunity for the carrier, he said.
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The carrier currently uses Boeing 777-300ER and super jumbo A380 aircraft on its services to Beijing and Shanghai, and Al Baker also said it is considering launching services to new destinations in China.
Im curious when did QR commence serving PVG or PEK utilising their A380.?!?
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where can i get airline stats such as most popular airline destination etc?

not wikipedia

flightglobal? any other sources?

I need this for research on my college project
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Im curious when did QR commence serving PVG or PEK utilising their A380.?!?
Hmm ... Thailand is the only Asian destination with A380 service right now, although 777 is accurate.
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Old January 9th, 2015, 01:48 PM   #1977
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where can i get airline stats such as most popular airline destination etc?

not wikipedia

flightglobal? any other sources?

I need this for research on my college project
Which airline are you researching?
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Emirates to Operate 2nd Daily A380 DXB-MAN

Emirate have announced they will operate a 2nd daily A380 service on the EK 19/20 afternoon service DXB-MAN with effect from 1st Feb 2015.

Emerates operate 3 services daily on this route.

This really is superb news for MAN and DXB
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