Routes News issue 2, 2012
Bangalore International Airport Limited’s
China’s ambition to develop
China’s ambitious plans to develop its western regions have provided a huge boost for Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport.
Leading the way
ANA’s Shinichiro Ito discusses the carrier’s ambitious plans for 2012 with Oliver Clark.
Oliver Clark speaks to Miyuki Suzuki about the launch of Jetstar Japan.
Reports on the strong capacity growth which continues in the Asia-Pacific region. Writes ASM’s Allison Brierley.
Making a comeback
Guido Sapienza looks at Milan Malpensa Airport’s route development strategy since Alitalia dehubbed from the gateway in 2008.
With new routes opening up the country as never before, Thailand’s tourism market looks set for a bumper year, writes Debbie Ward.
Chris Beanland examines the prospects of the new all-business Hong Kong Airlines service to Gatwick.
Routes News takes a look at the latest innovative ways airlines and airports are using social media.
Could 2012 be the year that Canberra Airport gets its first international route? Peta Tomlinson finds out.
Supply and demand
Professor Wolfgang Georg Arlt explores the potential impact of a new generation of young Chinese tourists.
Event report back
The stunning Atlantis Resort in The Bahamas provided the backdrop for a busy Routes Americas.
Anybody and everybody
Joe Bates talks with Hawaii’s Ford Fuchigami to find out more about the development of Honolulu International Airport and the island state’s aviation system.
Routes events update
View from the top
Routes News catches up with Patti Chau, the new regional director of ACI Asia-Pacific.