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CAPA TV | October 1, 2020

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Airline Leader Summit Making Money | 2-3 May 2019

Airline Partnerships, Immunised JVs, Open Skies And The Role Of Competition Bodies

May 16, 2019 |

As airlines are shackled to their nationality, globalising the product means a need for partnerships in one form or another. This in turn means interpreting existing and future attitudes of regulators in key markets, notably towards immunised JVs, but also … Read More

Developing More Productive Relationships With Airports And Other Partners

May 16, 2019 |

By virtue of its very nature the airline industry is highly dependent on partnerships of one kind or another. In times of stress, reliance on these partners – and enhancing shared goals – becomes a high priority. These partners … Read More

Working With Lessors And OEMs To Find Mutually Beneficial Compromises

May 16, 2019 |

There are ways of finding tailored options for working together through more challenging times. These imply relieving current financial burdens while preparing the way for a more valuable post-downturn relationship.

Some fresh thinking around the financial aspects of … Read More

Working With Unions To Achieve Optimal Outcomes

May 16, 2019 |

Airlines have limited options in removing costs in the face of downturn. One area for action is to revise network operations, even fundamentally redirecting strategy, particularly where new market directions are emerging, such as the impact of new aircraft … Read More

Innovation In Generating Ancillary Revenues

May 16, 2019 |

Large strides have been made in generating non-ticket revenues. Yet technological advances are making wider opportunities available. Not only new forms of distribution, but also using more straightforward methods such as incentivising staff and expanding the use of inflight … Read More

The Role Of The Airline Conglomerate – Making It A Foundation For Durability

May 16, 2019 |

There are one or two examples of effective airline groups, notably IAG. But other opportunities exist. The regulatory system limits options where international airlines are concerned, so an element of creativity is necessary – but that can lead to problems, … Read More

Making Low-Cost Long Haul Work

May 16, 2019 |

Tore Østby EVP Strategic Development Norwegian Air Shuttle


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Accelerating Investment In Innovation And Technology

May 16, 2019 |

As innovations affecting distribution increasingly challenge the status quo, opportunities abound for those airlines which have the flexibility and insights to understand the trends and the ability to adapt rapidly.

This can take the form of direct investment … Read More

Improving The Stickiness Of The Airline Product Through Innovation

May 16, 2019 |

Combatting commoditisation is a constant battle. But there are many peripheral areas – most effectively around FFPs – available to airlines to expand their offerings. The list is long, and there are many variations on the theme, all of them … Read More


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