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Re: PER to add anymore International Airlines

Postby LMcConville » Mon Feb 17, 2014 7:20 pm

Citilink, Garuda Indonesia's low-cost arm, looks to be interested in a Perth launch later this year.

PT Citilink Indonesia CEO Arif Wibowo said that the low-cost carrier would increase the price of its tickets. The airline plans to add three new regional routes this year namely, Surabaya-Kuala Lumpur, Surabaya-Singapore and Denpasar-Perth.

“This is part of our expansion plan so that we will receive greater revenue in US dollars,” Arif said, adding that Citilink’s current regional flights accounted for 10 percent of their total routes.

He said that the airline aimed to increase their international flights by 20 percent by 2018.


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Re: PER to add anymore International Airlines

Postby LMcConville » Mon May 05, 2014 9:10 pm

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Etihad Airways B787-9s destined for Perth, Brisbane

Hogan also revealed plans to upgrade the Brisbane and Perth routes to a Boeing 787-9, which he said would be sometime in 2016-2017 when the airline takes delivery of twelve Dreamliners.


http://www.ausbt.com.au/etihad-a380s-fo ... bane-perth

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Qatar Airways A350 promise for Perth in early 2015

Qatar Airways will fly its new Airbus A350 to Perth in early 2015 as one of the launch routes for the next-generation jetliner, according to airline CEO Akbar Al Baker.
Speaking at a press conference at the Arabian Travel Market in Dubai, Al Baker told Australian Business Traveller that the current daily Perth-Doha Boeing 777 service would be upgraded to the new Airbus A350 "in early 2015, I hope."

Al Baker said that Perth was chosen both for being an 'ultra long-haul route' from Qatar's Doha hub as well as for its importance as Australia's "mineral resources capital."

Qatar previously intended to run a Boeing 787 Dreamliner onto the Perth-Doha route from February 1st 2013, but cancelled those plans just two weeks shy of the launch when the Boeing 787 was grounded around the world after a series of critical overheating problems with the lithium-ion battery system.

However, Al Baker admitted that the long Perth-Doha flight would have been towards the edge of the operating range of the early model Boeing 787-8s which were ordered without the necessary crew rest.


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Re: PER to add anymore International Airlines

Postby LMcConville » Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:43 am

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Hawaiian Airlines chief executive Mark Dunkerley said his airline was poised to receive two A330s that could be used for new routes or capacity in the next year, and he hinted Melbourne would be considered as a potential destination.

"We are interested in further expansion in Australia," he told Fairfax Media on the sidelines of the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit. "We are aware there are other big cities with big catchment areas of demand and have a general desire both to lift the number of frequencies in the existing markets that we serve and also to find other cities to commence service to."

Hawaiian Airlines is set to receive A330neos from 2019 which will have a longer range than its existing aircraft, and Mr Dunkerley said Perth could be considered as a destination at that stage.

"Perth is going to be one of those cities where we have to do the maths and figure out if the aeroplane will have the range to get there," he said.


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Re: PER to add anymore International Airlines

Postby Montague S » Mon Aug 11, 2014 3:55 pm

looks like QF are possibly re-launching the PER-SIN route...

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Re: PER to add anymore International Airlines

Postby James L » Mon Aug 11, 2014 5:36 pm

Rookie mistake, I reckon you might see a PER-SIN-DXB tag service...
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Re: PER to add anymore International Airlines

Postby LMcConville » Mon Aug 11, 2014 7:06 pm

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Royal Brunei Airlines’ order for Airbus A320neo aircraft will potentially open up new routes into Australia, its chief commercial and planning officer says.

The airline, which currently flies daily to Melbourne from its Bandar Seri Begawan hub, has seven A320neo aircraft on firm order, with options for three more.

RB chief commercial and planning office Karam Chand says while the Australian market was looking a bit soft currently, he expressed confidence there would be an eventual pickup in demand that could support additional flights Down Under.

Chand says the A320neo would offer an estimated 17 per cent reduction in fuel consumption compared to current generation A320 aircraft.

That fuel saving could allow RB to return to cities such as Brisbane, Perth and Darwin with a narrowbody aircraft.

“What it does is it gives us another avenue, a low-cost, low-risk avenue, to use a narrowbody aircraft to Australia – Brisbane, Perth, Darwin – as opposed to using a widebody,” Chand said in an interview on the sidelines of the CAPA Australia Pacific aviation summit in Sydney on Friday.


“A widebody comes with a huge increase in cost so if you don’t get the revenue to go with that cost, that is a very risky proposition.


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Re: PER to add anymore International Airlines

Postby LMcConville » Fri Dec 04, 2015 1:23 pm

Hi all,

For the Australian market, JAL is mulling a new route, with Onishi suggesting that the west-coast city of Perth may be in the running as a possible destination.


http://www.equities.com/news/japan-airl ... rtnerships

This could be a possibility, along with Melbourne as JAL's second Australian destination. The market between Japan and the state is approximately 95,000 passengers annually according to anna.aero.
Japan is Western Australia’s second largest trading partner – high level of business traffic will continue.


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Re: PER to add anymore International Airlines

Postby LMcConville » Thu Dec 10, 2015 11:41 am

LMcConville wrote:Hi all,

For the Australian market, JAL is mulling a new route, with Onishi suggesting that the west-coast city of Perth may be in the running as a possible destination.


http://www.equities.com/news/japan-airl ... rtnerships

This could be a possibility, along with Melbourne as JAL's second Australian destination. The market between Japan and the state is approximately 95,000 passengers annually according to anna.aero.
Japan is Western Australia’s second largest trading partner – high level of business traffic will continue.


http://www.therouteshop.com/profiles/perth-airport/


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Looks like ANA is too interested in launching a Perth - Tokyo service if Sydney's launch is successful.

Japan’s ANA will begin direct flights between Sydney and Tokyo this week, and the airline already has its eye on Perth as a potential second Australian route.

“We want to fly to other destinations in Australia” attests Osamu Shinobe, President and CEO of ANA, who named Perth as a likely next stop for the airline’s expanded “Oceania network” should Sydney-Tokyo prove to be a success.

Shinobe’s comments follow news that competitor and Qantas partner Japan Airlines is also considering a Perth-Tokyo service.


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