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CAPA TV | September 17, 2019

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Qantas Sees Revenue Growth Opportunities Despite Capacity Slowdown

August 7, 2019 |

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce discusses some of the airline’s focus areas as it looks to increase its market opportunities in an environment of relatively flat capacity expansion. The carrier is examining new ways to drive additional ancillary revenue, and is … Read More

Air Vanuatu Plans Major Domestic And International Expansion

August 1, 2019 |

In this comprehensive interview, Air Vanuatu CEO Derek Nice discusses the small flag carrier’s recent A220 order, plans for expanding the turboprop fleet, expected improvements in connectivity, the anticipated growth of tourism in Vanuatu and the airline’s corresponding projected growth … Read More

AASA Hopeful Of Achieving Faster Passenger Growth And Improved Profitability For Southern African Carriers

July 25, 2019 |

Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) CEO Chris Zweigenthal discusses the outlook for African carriers, the issues that have made it difficult for most of the region’s airlines to achieve profitability, the success of LCCs in domestic South Africa and … Read More

Spring Airlines Pursues More Double-Digit Growth As A320neos Arrive, Prepares To Receive High Density A321neos From 1H2020

July 25, 2019 |

Spring Airlines chairman Stephen Wang discusses expectations for fleet and traffic growth in 2019, the recent launch of services to Myanmar, the initial performance of the A320neo fleet, plans for the A321neo and the possibility of acquiring A321neoXLRs. Spring is … Read More

Air Malta plans feet renewal and product improvements with A320neo

July 23, 2019 |

Air Malta chairman Charles Mangion discusses the airline’s new A320neo fleet, recent improvements to its business class product and network expansion. Air Malta took its first A320neo in 2018, plans to take another two aircraft by the end of August … Read More

SriLankan Airlines Impacted By Easter Bombings, Adjusts New Business Plan

July 19, 2019 |

SriLankan Airlines CEO Vipula Gunatilleka discusses the impact of the 21-Apr-2019 Easter bombings, adjustments to its five-year business plan, fleet renewal and the planned launch of several new routes. SriLankan unveiled its new business plan only a few days before … Read More

Royal Jordanian Plans Narrowbody Fleet Renewal, Focuses On Profitability Rather Than Growth

July 17, 2019 |

Royal Jordanian CEO Stefan Pichler discusses the airline’s growth plans, narrowbody fleet renewal project and outlook for 2019. Royal Jordanian is close to ordering 22 new generation narrowbody aircraft which will be delivered from 2020 to 2025 and replace its … Read More

airBaltic Continues Rapid Growth As A220s Are Delivered But Pace To Slow From 2020

July 16, 2019 |

airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss discusses the airline’s rapid growth the last two years, its fleet plan, network expansion opportunities from its three existing bases and the possibility of opening new bases outside the Baltics. airBaltic has taken delivery of 19 … Read More

Ukraine International Airlines Cuts Capacity As 737 MAX 8s Are Deferred

July 12, 2019 |

In this comprehensive interview, Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) longstanding CEO Yuri Miroshnikov discusses the impact of the 737 MAX grounding, intensifying LCC competition in Ukraine, the decision to take a break from expansion and its future fleet plan. UIA was … Read More

SkyTeam Focuses On Technology, Stops Recruiting New Members

July 10, 2019 |

SkyTeam CEO Kristin Colvile talks about her first year leading SkyTeam, the recent appointment of Korean Air CEO Walter Cho as chairperson, the introduction of an executive board and its focus on technology. The alliance is not currently recruiting new … Read More

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