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CAPA TV | December 2, 2020

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Airlines in Transition | 10-11 Mar 2016

flynas CEO Update

March 22, 2016 |

flynas CEO Paul Byrne discusses his fleet plans, the need for longer term planning and “keeping up with the neighbours”. He also talks about the (slow) changes to the regulatory fare cap in Saudi Arabia and flynas’ balance between domestic … Read More

CAPA Airline Boardroom Live. Strategy Session 2: How Can FSCs Regain Their Short Haul Markets From LCCs?

March 21, 2016 |

A reformulated Board will be presented with an executive summary report of Session 1 of the meeting and, incorporating that, be asked to address a set of different matters, which for the sake of convenience we have described as high … Read More

Comair CEO Update

March 21, 2016 |

CEO Erik Venter assesses the impact of the South African economy on Comair’s growth and considers LCC competition in Africa. He discusses operating under two brands (its own Kulula brand and as a British Airways franchise) and its long haul expansion prospects. … Read More

Star Alliance CEO Update

March 21, 2016 |

Star Alliance CEO Mark Schwab reflects on the role of global alliances and the growing importance of joint ventures within them. He explains the value of locating Star member airlines in the same terminal at airports, with particular reference to … Read More

CAPA Airline Boardroom Live. Strategy Session 1: How Can FSCs Regain Their Short Haul Markets From LCCs?

March 21, 2016 |

From the time that the penny finally dropped for full service carriers that LCCs were a fixture and were not going away, the full service airlines have sought many ways, usually without great success, to counter the erosion of their … Read More

CityJet CEO Update

March 16, 2016 |

CityJet Chairman Pat Byrne says the airline has rediscovered its soul after emerging from its years of Air France-KLM ownership, with a refreshed brand and regained skills in marketing and distribution. He also talks about CityJet’s first Sukhoi Superjet deliveries … Read More

TAAG Angola CEO Update

March 16, 2016 |

TAAG Angola CEO Peter Hill updates CAPA on the airline’s restructuring and financial performance, in addition to its fleet plans and partnership with Emirates. He also considers the prospects for market liberalisation in Angola and Luanda’s potential as a hub.

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Airlines, Airports And The Environment: What Did The Dec-2015 Paris Talkfest Mean For Aviation?

March 15, 2016 |

Airlines are in the cross hairs of many environmental groups, even if they only produce a tenth of the emissions of cows and sheep. Some airlines have sought to exploit relatively minor moves towards using non-fossil fuels, but are there … Read More

Do Airline Industry Associations Have A Future?

March 15, 2016 |

Following two conspicuous defections from regional airline associations in 2015, there must be questions about the role of industry bodies in future. The issue is further complicated when a European, cross-association grouping is set up to achieve a special purpose. … Read More

A North Atlantic Outlook: Are Metal Neutral JVs Good For The Industry, The Travelling Public And Airports?

March 15, 2016 |

When the US DoT and the EU Commission approved metal neutral joint ventures over the North Atlantic, among the major airlines of the three large global branded alliances, the justification was that they would be in the public interest. In … Read More


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