CAPA – leaders in global aviation knowledge, delivering market analysis, data and information services to support strategic planning at blue chip international aviation organisations worldwide.
Dallas based rivals American Airlines and Southwest Airline are unsurprisingly offering different assessments of the current landscape in the market as Southwest enjoys a boost from new long haul flights from its Dallas Love Field headquarters made possible by the lifting of the Wright Amendment, which limited certain long haul operations from the airport.
CAPA Top 5 Analysis Articles
- Alitalia's "new" strategy realigns it to feed Etihad, but needs to change loss-making mindset
- Los Angeles Airport at the heart of a fierce battle between American Airlines and Delta Air Lines
- United Airlines continues to post solid financial gains, numerous revenue headwinds ahead in 1Q2015
- Southeast Asia low-cost airline fleet will grow by only 13% in 2015. Lion Air is the exception
- Air China and United Airlines vie for title of largest carrier between China and the United States
- ACTE & CAPA join forces to strengthen their key corporate travel education & networking events
- CAPA announces major commercial aviation strategy summit for Asia in Singapore: 13-15 October 2014
- CAPA India announces executive promotions
- CAPA and OAG come together to agree a 5 year data sharing deal
- CAPA unveils comprehensive Airport Data suite - Capex, Charges, Investors, Traffic and more