THE AIRLINE PERSPECTIVE: Taiwan

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Richard Maslen

Richard Maslen,
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THE AIRLINE PERSPECTIVE: Taiwan

Every week The HUB provides statistics highlighting airline and airport activity in an individual domestic and international market.  Alongside looking at the market's historical development over the past 30 years, we take the following week's schedule as a snapshot and compare weekly seat capacity with the previous year, showing which airlines and airports are growing and which are constraining.

The data is all supplied by OAG from its OAG Analyser network analysis tool.

TAIWAN DOMESTIC AIR SERVICES (non-stop weekly departures)

Rank

Airline

Weekly Flights

Weekly Seats

% Capacity

% Change (2011)

1

Transasia Airlines (GE)

465

33,480

52.4 %

(-5.5) %

2

Mandarin Airlines (AE)

250

26,000

40.7 %

0.0 %

3

China Airlines (CI)

28

4,424

6.9 %

0.0 %

(Others)

-

-

-

(-100.0) %

TOTAL

743

63,904

-

(-58.5) %

 

TAIWAN INTERNATIONAL AIR SERVICES (non-stop weekly departures)

Rank

Airline

Weekly Flights

Weekly Seats

% Capacity

% Change (2011)

1

China Airlines (CI)

507

142,989

29.3 %

4.9 %

2

EVA Air (BR)

363

97,106

19.9 %

6.8 %

3

Cathay Pacific Airways (CX)

152

50,276

10.3 %

0.5 %

4

Transasia Airlines (GE)

116

19,768

4.0 %

31.3 %

5

Dragonair (KA)

78

18,926

3.9 %

19.8 %

6

China Eastern Airlines (MU)

74

13,414

2.7 %

15.9 %

7

Japan Airlines (JL)

56

10,668

2.2 %

(-5.8) %

8

UNI Airways (B7)

54

10,249

2.1 %

12.5 %

9

Air China (CA)

44

9,408

1.9 %

18.3 %

10

China Southern Airlines (CZ)

50

9,280

1.9 %

4.1 %

(Others)

536

106,524

21.8 %

26.2 %

TOTAL

2,030

488,608

-

10.7 %

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