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CAPA TV | October 20, 2018

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LCCs in North Asia | 11-12 Jun 2018

The New Kids On The Block: What’s In Store For South Korea’s Start Ups?

June 28, 2018 |

There’s been a flurry of activity from ambitious new airlines keen to dip their toes in the LCC pond, supported by a regulatory regime that has granted approval for start ups to launch from July-2018. But with six LCCs already … Read More

LCC Development In South Korea – The Accidental Success Story

June 27, 2018 |

Korea was Northeast Asia’s first major LCC market and today remains the largest and most vibrant. This success was more by accident than design: there was no explicit policy to develop LCCs. With LCCs having created success on their own, … Read More

When The World Comes To North Asia: Ensuring The Success Of Mega Events Continues Long After The Party Is Over

June 27, 2018 |

The 2018 Winter Olympics may have come and gone in Pyeongchang but the hard work continues for destination marketers, with the Korea Tourism Organisation aiming to leverage on extensive Games coverage to further boost awareness of the country among the … Read More

Matchmaking For Further Growth – What Are LCCs Looking For In Establishing New Bases And What Greater Role Is In Store For Alternative And Secondary Airports?

June 27, 2018 |

There’s been a surge in new airline-airport partnerships in recent times. Korean LCCs are expanding beyond their primary bases, with T’way and Jin Air setting up additional bases in Daegu and Busan respectively. Meanwhile Japan’s secondary airports are aggressively targeting … Read More

Air Philip Expects Significant Growth Opportunities

June 25, 2018 |

Start-up Air Philip is a regional operator in Korea. Strategy and Planning Manager Sangyun Kim discusses ERJ145 and ERJ175 deployment plans, bases in Gwangju and Muan, and avoiding competition with Korea’s high-speed train network. Air Philip expects significant growth opportunities … Read More

Bombardier And Korean Air Service Plan

June 25, 2018 |

Bombardier Head of Marketing Asia-Pacific & China Ross McKeand discusses the CSeries’ service plan with Korean Air and which regions the CSeries will be popular in. Bombardier is working to reduce the operating cost of the Q400 and is encouraged … Read More

Bluebox Aviation Systems Discusses Changes In The IFE Sector

June 25, 2018 |

Bluebox CEO Kevin Clark discusses recent changes in the streaming IFE sector. From a demand perspective, passengers typically carry 1.3 devices with them and are increasingly comfortable – and prefer – using their own devices. A few years ago, streaming … Read More

Japan Airlines Outlook For 2020

June 25, 2018 |

Japan Airlines in summer 2020 will launch a new long-haul LCC. VP Strategy Development Hiroyuki Uehara discusses summer 2018 business registration, the plan to invite investors to the airline, and consideration for aircraft and configuration options as well as route … Read More

Airbus Achieving Key Milestones

June 25, 2018 |

Airbus SVP Sales Japan Jean-Pierre Stainnack has key milestones coming up with the delivery of ANA’s first A380 and then JAL’s A350-900s and A350-1000s. These will be the first non-A320 Airbus aircraft based in Japan. Airbus expects more A350-1000 sales … Read More

Jetstar Japan Discusses Network And Aircraft Growth

June 25, 2018 |

Jetstar Japan chief executive advisor Nick Rohrlach discusses the airline’s momentous summer 2018, which marks the sixth year of operations, the rounding out of its Kyushu network, and aircraft growth. Looking medium-term, the Peach-Vanilla integration makes for a larger combined … Read More

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