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CAPA TV | December 7, 2019

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Winnipeg Airport Is Among The Top In Canada For Growth This Year

October 20, 2019 |

Winnipeg Airports Authority President and CEO Barry Rempel notes that ULCC Flair “was born in Winnipeg” and the airline had a significant impact on the airport’s growth rate in 2018 that was “north of 7%”. New York and Los Angeles … Read More

Swoop Is Profitable In Its First Calendar Year Of Operations

October 20, 2019 |

The president of WestJet’s ULCC Swoop Steve Greenway remains bullish on the airline’s outlook as it celebrates profitability in its inaugural year of operating in the Canadian market. He concludes Swoop has had to “adjust it network a bit to … Read More

Montreal’s Flights To China Are Performing Extremely Well

October 20, 2019 |

Montreal Trudeau International airport now service three Asian gateways – Tokyo, Shanghai and Beijing. The President and CEO of Airports De Montreal Philippe says the new flights to Tokyo launched last year are working out well and the service to … Read More

First Air: We Need To Deliver Exceptional Customer Service

October 20, 2019 |

First Air’s CEO Chris Avery concludes the company’s merger with Canadian North will allow the combined operator’s to efficiently serve Canada’s Northern markets. 

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Winair Has A Favourable Profitability Outlook For 2019

October 12, 2019 |

Winair’s CEO Michael Cleaver discusses the airline’s approach to augmenting its fleet, how it views opportunities created by InselAir’s market exit and the company’s continued profitability in 2020. 

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Air Antilles Continues To Push For The Caribsky Alliance

October 12, 2019 |

Air Antilles CEO Serge Tsygalnitzsky offers insight into the company’s priorities for 2020, the importance of the proposed Caribsky alliance and an update on the airline’s plans to replace older Twin Otters with newer aircraft of the same type.

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Cebu Pacific To Expand By Up-gauging At Manila, Growing Secondary Bases

August 14, 2019 |

Cebu Pacific Chief Executive Adviser Mike Szucs discusses the group’s recent aircraft order with Airbus and plans for accelerating growth. Cebu Pacific plans to grow at its main Manila base, where there are no available additional slots, by up-gauging to … Read More

Qantas Sees Revenue Growth Opportunities Despite Capacity Slowdown

August 7, 2019 |

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce discusses some of the airline’s focus areas as it looks to increase its market opportunities in an environment of relatively flat capacity expansion. The carrier is examining new ways to drive additional ancillary revenue, and is … Read More

Air Vanuatu Plans Major Domestic And International Expansion

August 1, 2019 |

In this comprehensive interview, Air Vanuatu CEO Derek Nice discusses the small flag carrier’s recent A220 order, plans for expanding the turboprop fleet, expected improvements in connectivity, the anticipated growth of tourism in Vanuatu and the airline’s corresponding projected growth … Read More

AASA Hopeful Of Achieving Faster Passenger Growth And Improved Profitability For Southern African Carriers

July 25, 2019 |

Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) CEO Chris Zweigenthal discusses the outlook for African carriers, the issues that have made it difficult for most of the region’s airlines to achieve profitability, the success of LCCs in domestic South Africa and … Read More

Spring Airlines Pursues More Double-Digit Growth As A320neos Arrive, Prepares To Receive High Density A321neos From 1H2020

July 25, 2019 |

Spring Airlines chairman Stephen Wang discusses expectations for fleet and traffic growth in 2019, the recent launch of services to Myanmar, the initial performance of the A320neo fleet, plans for the A321neo and the possibility of acquiring A321neoXLRs. Spring is … Read More