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Europe’s leading corporate travel minds to gather at CAPA Summit

31-Oct-2014 1:55 PM

The outlook for European business air travel will come under the microscope at a unique one-day CAPA Summit at the Antwerp Hilton on 19 November 2014. Established business travel volumes by air in Europe are under threat from high-speed rail expansion, while corporate travel managers are also readjusting their managed travel programmes to reflect the rise in capacity and convenience offered by low-cost carriers.

Hosted by Brussels Airport and Tourism Flanders, the CAPA Corporate Travel Innovation Summit on 19 November will precede the highly anticipated CAPA World Aviation Summit on 20/21 November.

New China Airlines subsidiary Tigerair Taiwan eyes rapid expansion after becoming Taiwan’s first LCC

31-Oct-2014 9:00 AM

Air France-KLM 3Q operating profit tumbles due to pilot strike, but underlying trend is also down

30-Oct-2014 8:20 PM

JetBlue Airways’ 3Q2014 results dampened by excess capacity in the Caribbean and Latin America

29-Oct-2014 11:20 PM

Emirates Airline to make the United States its third largest source of revenue

29-Oct-2014 6:10 PM

Malaysia’s Malindo Air further expands domestic and Indonesia networks, pressuring Firefly & AirAsia

29-Oct-2014 10:00 AM

Southwest Airlines draws questions about raising return targets after posting strong 3Q2014 results

29-Oct-2014 12:30 AM

The Door Opens to LCCs in China and North Asia

North Asia has lagged well behind Southeast Asia in its penetration by LCC. China in particular has not supported homegrown LCCs. This is now changing and each of the North Asian nations is now well represented by their own models. As the competition increases and policy changes stimulate new entry - including more cross-border joint ventures - so the scenario changes. Which airlines prosper will depend on their business models, the positions they are able to establish in their home markets and the nature of competition in their key routes. This panel of North Asian leaders looks at the factors at play and why their own airlines will survive and prosper.
Moderator: CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison

Jeju Air, CEO, Ken Choi
Tigerair Taiwan, CEO, Kwan Yue
Vanilla Air, Executive Vice President - Operations, Hiroshi Kitahara
Clyde & Co, Global Head of Aviation Finance, Paul Jebely

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