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The Norwegian Effect

There can’t be much that rattles British Airways these days, other than the irritation of competitors nipping at its heels on the transatlantic market. Whilst 15% of BA’s worldwide capacity operates over the Atlantic, it contributes a much bigger share to profits.

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June, 19 2017

Dynamics of Connectivity – Bangkok – The Tourism Hub

In the final instalment of our Asian hub connectivity series, we look at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) and its distinguishing fea...

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June, 16 2017

Dynamics of Connectivity – Kuala Lumpur – Leading With Low-Cost

As we continue our Asian hub connectivity series, one airport stands out as cutting new ground. Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) is remarkable...

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June, 15 2017

Dynamics of Connectivity – Haneda – Japan’s Beating Heart

Next in OAG’s series on Asian Hub Connectivity, we consider connectivity at Haneda International Airport (HND). While Hong Kong has carved out a role ...

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June, 14 2017

Dynamics of Connectivity – Singapore – Regionally Relevant

OAG takes a deep dive into the traffic flows at Asia’s primary hub airports to gain a greater understanding of the dynamics of connectivity. As we con...

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June, 13 2017

Dynamics of Connectivity – Hong Kong – An International Hub Icon

OAG takes a deep dive into the traffic flows at Asia’s primary hub airports to gain a greater understanding of the dynamics of connectivity. How are t...

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