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CAPA TV | October 29, 2020

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Air Serbia – A Journey From ‘Steady Evolution To Almost Revolution’

January 25, 2020 |

Air Serbia may be one of Europe’s youngest flag carrier brands, but it has a long heritage. Its general manager commercial and strategy Jiří Marek highlights its recent journey to become one of the fastest growing airlines in southeastern Europe. … Read More

airBaltic CEO: ‘You Can’t Change Yesterday, But You Can Do A Lot About Tomorrow’

January 25, 2020 |

Martin Gauss, CEO, airBaltic highlights CO2, taxes, SES, EU261 and fuel as his expected key topics of discussion in 2020. He says: “You can’t change yesterday, but you can do a lot about tomorrow”. To deliver on this, he says … Read More

One Sky Solutions Takes-Off With Innovative Approach To Assist Airlines In Dealing With Their Growing Volumes Of EU261 And Montreal Convention Passenger Claims

January 25, 2020 |

EU Regulation 261/2004 requires airlines to pay high levels of compensation to their passengers in many cases of long delays and cancellations of flights – in certain cases even where the delays and cancellations are beyond the airline’s control. Jim … Read More

‘A New Course For The Future’ For Etihad Airways

January 25, 2020 |

In addition to industry challenges, we have faced challenges of our own, acknowledges Robin Kamark, chief commercial officer, Etihad Aviation Group. “We have made tough decisions to achieve necessary change. We are making solid progress – but there is more … Read More

Loganair Grows And Shows Their Remains A Niche For Regional Airlines

January 25, 2020 |

Loganair CCO Kay Ryan highlights that connectivity is “absolutely key” for regional airlines to succeed against larger rivals and getting scheduling spot on is essential, both inbound and outbound, to maximise traffic flows. Scotland’s airline may have its roots in … Read More

‘The Battle Over The Customer Is At An All-Time High’ – Sabre Highlights Latest Travel Trends

January 25, 2020 |

Sabre’s vice president and general manager of travel solutions in Europe, Alessandro Ciancimino, believes the “battle over the customer is at an all-time high” and to remain competitive airlines will “have to know where their customers shop, pull more intelligence … Read More

Environment, Flight Shaming, Taxes – Finding And Delivering The Best Solution For Sustainability

January 25, 2020 |

As customers, employees, suppliers and society at large begin to place increasing importance on corporate social responsibility, corporate leaders have started to implement practises which positively contribute to society. The big challenge for airlines is how to develop an approach … Read More

Airlines Have To ‘Earn The Right’ To Innovate, According To Volantio CEO

January 25, 2020 |

Volantio CEO Azim Barodawala, says airlines need to be structurally well set up to leverage technology. Airlines “need to earn the right to innovate… that shouldn’t come free,” he explains. He argues “getting the basics right is a lot more … Read More

Social Impact In The Aviation Industry – Gender Diversity

December 19, 2019 |

Back in 2010, CAPA conducted a study on the state of airline gender diversity around the world, asking “why don’t women run airlines?” The study demonstrated that 18 airlines were led by women, noting that a “velocity of change” was … Read More


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