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Airlines in Transition | 25-26 Mar 2015

The CAPA Aviation Outlook For 2015

April 21, 2015 |

The CAPA aviation outlook for 2015 – Part (A) industry transformation 

  • The outlook for hybridisation, as LCCs evolve towards full service and as legacy airlines look for LCC solutions;
  • The sustainability of new joint venture models, … Read More

Hybridising To Capture The Corporate Dollar

April 14, 2015 |

Like moths to the flame, most LCCs have eschewed their original religious purity of cost-is-everything, instead recognising that improving yields is a much easier way of making money. However, the real danger in making that strategic leap is that the … Read More

Redefining Airport Hubs: Connectivity – The Next Vital Piece In The Industry’s Advancement

April 14, 2015 |

Now that the industry’s two previously near-autonomous airline categories, LCCs and FSCs, are increasingly feeling the need to connect, the repercussions are being felt at every level, by airports, IT providers, government regulators and more; even the global alliances are … Read More

Disruption! Where’s the next world-changing innovation coming from? What lies ahead for travel and aviation?

April 14, 2015 |

When will the next Uber, Spotify, Apple iPod or LinkedIn moment sweep through the consumer and business world and change everything? Or are we in for a period of few – or no – radical innovations that influence consumer behaviour … Read More

Airlines in Transition 2015 Roundtable Dinner: Ownership and Control

April 10, 2015 |

Aviation is an industry devoid of innovation, where reactionary forces find government backing. IATA talks about ending ownership and control provisions, but de facto defaults to mere technicalities of bilaterals. When, if ever, will the most fundamental driver of innovation … Read More

The Evolution Of Airline Groups

April 9, 2015 |

Necessarily each region’s airlines must adapt to their specific environment. How have the various group models developed? What do they have in common, how do they differ and what are their common elements.



Moderator: De Paul … Read More

Low-Cost And Full Service Airlines Transitioning To A New World

April 9, 2015 |

Confronted by the constraints of ownership and control rules, airlines are taking diverging courses on how to respond to rapid change in the industry. Some, under the guise of “fairness”, are seeking to entrench the status quo. Others are adapting … Read More

Qantas: Evolution of a “Hybrid” Airline Group

April 8, 2015 |

The Qantas Group has undergone sweeping change, brought on by massive disruption in its core international markets and new airline entry of low-cost competition amid the forces of liberalisation.

The group’s responses have become models that many airlines seek to … Read More

Survival Strategies For Mid and Small Network and Legacy Airlines

April 8, 2015 |

Confined to short-haul operations, as they generally do not have the wherewithal to compete on long-haul, smaller full service airlines risk becoming an endangered species. Various avenues for survival are being adopted. These include:


  • Joining global alliances;
  • Seeking … Read More

LOT Polish Airlines CEO Update

April 8, 2015 |

Sebastian Mikosz of LOT gives an update on the restructuring plan and the airline’s alliance strategy. He describes the impact of the 787 and hints at a major new aircraft order. He also shares his enthusiasm at having two terms … Read More


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