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CAPA TV | September 17, 2019

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Qatar Aviation Aeropolitical & Regulatory Summit | 5-6 Feb 2019

New Qatar-EU Air Service Agreement A Landmark In The Middle East And More Will Follow

March 10, 2019 |

An agreement in principle has been reached between Qatar and the European Union on a new wide-ranging air service agreement, which after initialling will go through the legal process to reach a position it can presented to Europe’s member states … Read More

It Has Been A Long, Long Journey, But Are African Skies Finally Ready To Open And Will The Continent’s Airlines Finally Be Able To Fly In A Liberalised Environment?

March 10, 2019 |

All eyes are on Africa as it works to deliver a long-promised liberalisation to enhance air connectivity within the Continent, now under the guise of the African Union backed Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM). Abderahmane Berthe, secretary general of … Read More

IATA Advocates A Smarter Regulation And A Dialogue Between The Industry And Governments Focused On Solving Real Problems

March 10, 2019 |

Aviation is a global industry and this year it will safely meet the transport needs of 4.6 billion travellers. IATA’s director general and CEO Alexandre de Juniac defines aviation as the Business of Freedom, but this performance could not be … Read More

RwandAir Set For Fleet And Network Growth In 2019 As It Works To Put Kigali On The International Map

March 10, 2019 |

RwandAir has emerged as one of East Africa’s prominent air carriers with a network that now extends outside of the region. Its CEO Yvonne Manzi Makolo reveals fleet and network plans for 2019 that will see the arrival of additional … Read More

A New QSuite For The 777X, A321neoLRs To Krabi And Why Qatar Airways Sees No Value In Premium Economy Flying – Insights From HE Akbar Al Baker.

March 6, 2019 |

Qatar Airways’ CEO, Akbar Al Baker, is never one to hold back his words. On the sidelines of the inaugural CAPA Qatar Aviation Aeropolitical & Regulatory Summit he spoke to CAPA TV about on the ongoing blockade that has restricted … Read More

The Way Ahead In The Aviation Aeropolitical Arena

February 17, 2019 |

Mr. Peter Harbison Executive Chairman CAPA – Centre for Aviation Moderator H.E. Akbar Al Baker Group CEO Qatar Airways Mr. Henrik Hololei Director General Mobility and Transport European Commission Prof. Pablo Mendes de Leon Director International Institute of Air and … Read More

How Can Airlines Achieve Their Sustainability Goals?

February 17, 2019 |

Just as airlines begin to savour the prospect of financial sustainability, the threat of failing to meet sustainability goals can quickly replace that challenge. In the area of climate change, of course, national and EU emissions targets provide clear goals … Read More

Air Cargo Growing In Prominence, But Challenges Remain

February 17, 2019 |

Air cargo is viewed by many passenger carriers as a “stepchild,” but changes in the global supply chain have given cargo greater prominence. The surge in growth of “e-commerce” has transformed consumer behaviour, and has driven major increases in demand. … Read More

How Does The Aviation Industry Ensure Congestion Doesn’t Limit Growth? Unlocking The Value Of Slots At Congested Airports

February 17, 2019 |

Airport slots undoubtedly have a “value”, especially at congested facilities. It is sometimes argued that unlocking that value can lead to more commercial outcomes than are achieved in most cases today. Yet there is no commonality in the way airports … Read More

Winds Of Change: Progress Of The Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM)

February 17, 2019 |

For as long as air services have existed Africa has had enormous potential. That it has yet to be achieved is due in large part to nationalism and a reluctance to recognise the economic value of expansive air links. Despite … Read More

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