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CAPA TV | March 21, 2019

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Established in 1990, CAPA - Centre for Aviation is the leading provider of independent aviation market intelligence, analysis and data services, covering worldwide developments. Understanding aviation markets is our great strength and passion. Providing our CAPA Members, clients and partners with an unparalleled level of expertise and insight is our business. We offer an extensive range of information services developed by analysts covering the entire spectrum of commercial aviation.

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CAPA Outlook: Overview Of LCC Development In Different Global Markets

March 5, 2019 |

As LCCs move up the yield curve, even as far as seeking corporate travel contracts, they move further away from the bare bones low cost operation and begin to resemble their FSC counterparts. Many now offer network connectivity, targeting business … Read More

The Way Ahead In The Aviation Aeropolitical Arena

February 17, 2019 |

Mr. Peter Harbison Executive Chairman CAPA – Centre for Aviation Moderator H.E. Akbar Al Baker Group CEO Qatar Airways Mr. Henrik Hololei Director General Mobility and Transport European Commission Prof. Pablo Mendes de Leon Director International Institute of Air and … Read More

How Can Airlines Achieve Their Sustainability Goals?

February 17, 2019 |

Just as airlines begin to savour the prospect of financial sustainability, the threat of failing to meet sustainability goals can quickly replace that challenge. In the area of climate change, of course, national and EU emissions targets provide clear goals … Read More

Air Cargo Growing In Prominence, But Challenges Remain

February 17, 2019 |

Air cargo is viewed by many passenger carriers as a “stepchild,” but changes in the global supply chain have given cargo greater prominence. The surge in growth of “e-commerce” has transformed consumer behaviour, and has driven major increases in demand. … Read More

How Does The Aviation Industry Ensure Congestion Doesn’t Limit Growth? Unlocking The Value Of Slots At Congested Airports

February 17, 2019 |

Airport slots undoubtedly have a “value”, especially at congested facilities. It is sometimes argued that unlocking that value can lead to more commercial outcomes than are achieved in most cases today. Yet there is no commonality in the way airports … Read More

Winds Of Change: Progress Of The Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM)

February 17, 2019 |

For as long as air services have existed Africa has had enormous potential. That it has yet to be achieved is due in large part to nationalism and a reluctance to recognise the economic value of expansive air links. Despite … Read More

The Outlook For The ASEAN Air Travel Market

February 17, 2019 |

As the fastest growing international market in the world, southeast Asia has spawned ground breaking international LCCs, cross border JV models and even LCC alliances. An essentially liberal bilateral approach by governments in the region has permitted this market driven … Read More

Is Airport Privatisation And Corporatisation Good For Industry And Consumers?

February 17, 2019 |

It is no secret that the airline industry is confronted by a crisis of infrastructure. As passenger traffic has bloomed, well above long term growth rates in recent years, the level of congestion at many of the world’s major airports … Read More

Travel Partners Bring Greater Sustainability To Travel Industry

February 16, 2019 |

Mr. Sunil Kumar Rumalla, President, United Federation of Travel Agents Associations

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Where To, North America’s Approach To Open Skies?

February 16, 2019 |

As the originator of the swathe of open skies agreements in the 1990s and the early part of the 21st century, the US is a vital part of the modern liberal bilateral system. Now Brexit prompts a vital review of … Read More

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