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CAPA TV | September 30, 2020

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LCC Airports Congress | 15 Sep 2015

CAPA LCC Airports Congress 2015

October 1, 2015 |

LCCs now account for more than one in four airline seats worldwide, whereas within Southeast Asia close to three in every five seats are now produced by LCCs. In virtually every region worldwide, LCCs are the growth engine within the … Read More

AirAsia Japan CEO Update

September 30, 2015 |

The AirAsia group plans to re-enter Japan in 2016 with its second attempt at AirAsia Japan. Its base at Nagoya will permit curfew-free operations with its initial fleet of A320 aircraft. AirAsia Japan could work with other AirAsia units flying … Read More

Secrets For Success: What Are The Key Ingredients Airports Need To Win The Hearts – And Seats – Of LCCs?

September 30, 2015 |

Some airports offer a mix of facilities and services that are ideal for LCCs, and they range in size. • What are the secrets for success in the LCC space and how can an airport create the best fit? • Redefining airport … Read More

Copenhagen Airport Update

September 30, 2015 |

Copenhagen Airport has a dedicated low-cost facility that permits 25-minute turnarounds and boarding through front and rear doors on aircraft. Copenhagen’s low-cost facility is one of a handful around Europe, perhaps spurred by consolidation and greater LCC size requiring innovation … Read More

HK Express CEO Update

September 30, 2015 |

HK Express CEO Andrew Cowen discusses the challenges of securing slots at its home base of Hong Kong International Airport. Its all-A320 fleet will be supplemented by A321s, enabling capacity growth where slot growth is not necessarily permissible. The carrier’s … Read More

Jetstar Asia CEO Update

September 24, 2015 |

Jetstar Asia CEO Barathan Pasupathi discusses the improvement in market conditions in Singapore, which has led to a return to profitability for Jetstar Asia, but is concerned competitors are starting to again behave irrationally. Jetstar Asia plans to continue taking … Read More

The Asian Aviation Infrastructure Challenge: Where Will The Money Come From And What Kind Of Facilities Should Be Built?

September 21, 2015 |

• What kind of airport/terminal developments does Asia need, when and who will finance it? • What do LCCs need and how does it differ from the type of hard and soft airport infrastructure that governments like to build in Asia? … Read More

ASEAN Open Skies: The Cornerstone For The Next Wave Of LCC Expansion?

September 21, 2015 |
  • Will ASEAN open skies unleash the expected next phase of growth, or will the agenda be delayed?
  • Asian LCCs have swollen aircraft order books – is the faith in open skies misguided?
  • What is the status of ASEAN economic … Read More

AirAsia X CEO Update

September 20, 2015 |

AirAsia X Acting CEO Benyamin Ismail discusses initial sales on the new Kuala Lumpur-Sapporo route and provides an update on securing approvals for Kuala Lumpur-Osaka-Honolulu, which the long-haul low-cost carrier now aims to launch in Dec-2015. AirAsia X has slowed … Read More

Malaysia AirAsia CEO Update

September 20, 2015 |

AirAsia Berhad CEO Aireen Omar discusses the upcoming opening of the Malaysian carrier’s fifth hub at Langkawi, which will initially be linked with Guangzhou, Hong Kong and international destinations within Southeast Asia. Malaysia AirAsia is also planning to launch over … Read More


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