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CAPA TV | October 1, 2020

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Etihad Regional CEO Update

April 18, 2014 |

Etihad’s 33.3% equity stake in Darwin Airline in Nov-2013 resulted in a re-branding of the Swiss regional carrier to Etihad Regional. The deal has not been without controversy, with Swiss civil authorities launching an investigation into the airline’s ownership and … Read More

CityJet CEO Update

April 18, 2014 |

CityJet is moving quickly towards an independent business plan since German company Intro acquired the carrier in Apr-2014. In this interview, CEO Christine Ourmieres shares her views on how much of an impact the new ownership is expected to have … Read More

Redefining Airport Hubs

April 17, 2014 |

Redefining airport hubs and the need for national connectivity

There was a time when everybody understood what a hub airport was. Today definitions are being stretched, as self-connection between point to point operations becomes commonplace. Airlines have different needs and … Read More

flynas CEO Update

April 17, 2014 |

Prospects for the Saudi travel market look promising, with local hybrid LCC, flynas, aiming to capitalise on increased outbound growth by launching a large number of cities, especially to long-haul destinations. CEO Raja Azmi shares the airline’s future growth plans, … Read More

Comair CEO Update

April 17, 2014 |

Comair CEO Erik Venter oversees an airline with a unique dual-brand strategy. In this interview he discusses the areas where premium brand Comair and its wholly owned LCC subsidiary, Kulula, integrate – but is this true hybridisation or are the … Read More

bmi regional CEO Update

April 16, 2014 |

bmi regional CEO Cathal O’Connell discusses the transformation of the carrier from a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group to a fully independent airline, including the move away from providing feed to Star Alliance partners, to focusing more on point-to-point traffic. … Read More

airBaltic CEO Update

April 16, 2014 |

airbaltic ended 2013 with about EUR1 million in profit after suffering heavy losses in 2011. The airline’s CEO, Martin Gauss, sheds light on the restructuring programme that was implemented to achieve this turnaround, the reasons behind airbaltic’s recent loss of … Read More

Are Governments Keeping Up With Aviation’s Public Interest Issues?

August 21, 2013 |

Regulators and governments are straining to keep up with the public interest issues. Is “level playing field” simply code for protectionism?

Join CEOs from all regions and business models as they gather for the gala roundtable dinner at this years … Read More


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