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CAPA Research Publications are long-form in-depth analysis of a feature of the aviation industry, presented in PDF format.

Individual/Restricted - CAPA-Envest Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Report 2021

CAPA launches historic, first of its kind airline sustainability benchmarking report

Globally, consumers, communities and countries are increasingly demanding climate action. So too are investors, who now want proof, not just talk of climate plans and results. Now more than ever, airlines are under pressure to cut flight emissions through sustainable aviation fuels, efficient aircraft and propulsion systems, as well as carbon pricing and reduction strategies. These are expensive solutions at any time, let alone post-COVID, when airlines are posting record losses. But the cost of inaction is even higher.

The CAPA-Envest Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Report 2021 is the industry’s first single source of truth on emissions, benchmarking airlines and their performance as they transition the net zero operations. The 130+ page report includes: 

  • 52 airlines benchmarked using their reported emissions for 2019 and 2020;
  • Analysis on the most important airline comparisons for the year pre-COVID, 2019;
  • Insights into global corporations’ decarbonisation strategies and implications for corporate travel; and
  • Perspectives on investor demands for the airline industry and how these will continue to lead to increased pressure on airline boards and senior management.

REPORT SNEAK PREVIEW! The total CO2 emissions by airlines in 2019 highlight the largest emitters and the significance of the top 10 airlines relative to total industry emissions.

Notes:

  • CAPA Members receive a USD1,000 discount off purchases. Contact your account manager for the code.
  • Ensure you are purchasing the correct version:
    • Individual/Restricted: For internal use only.
    • Enterprise Usage: For subsidiary sharing, external use and resale e.g., consulting.
    • Airline Only: Special discounted version for airlines.

Deepen your research with the CAPA Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Dashboards and Data Compendium

Also available for purchase is the CAPA Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Dashboards and Data Compendium. Each document allows the reader to delve further into the data collated by CAPA and Envest Global to benchmark the relevant airlines. The dashboards show individual airline results, highlighted for ease of visualisation and the compendium provides raw data for further analysis. 

Contact us or reach out to your dedicated Account Manager for access. 

Enterprise Usage - CAPA-Envest Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Report 2021

CAPA launches historic, first of its kind airline sustainability benchmarking report

Globally, consumers, communities and countries are increasingly demanding climate action. So too are investors, who now want proof, not just talk of climate plans and results. Now more than ever, airlines are under pressure to cut flight emissions through sustainable aviation fuels, efficient aircraft and propulsion systems, as well as carbon pricing and reduction strategies. These are expensive solutions at any time, let alone post-COVID, when airlines are posting record losses. But the cost of inaction is even higher.

The CAPA-Envest Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Report 2021 is the industry’s first single source of truth on emissions, benchmarking airlines and their performance as they transition the net zero operations. The 130+ page report includes: 

  • 52 airlines benchmarked using their reported emissions for 2019 and 2020;
  • Analysis on the most important airline comparisons for the year pre-COVID, 2019;
  • Insights into global corporations’ decarbonisation strategies and implications for corporate travel; and
  • Perspectives on investor demands for the airline industry and how these will continue to lead to increased pressure on airline boards and senior management.

REPORT SNEAK PREVIEW! The total CO2 emissions by airlines in 2019 highlight the largest emitters and the significance of the top 10 airlines relative to total industry emissions.

Notes:

  • CAPA Members receive a USD1,000 discount off purchases. Contact your account manager for the code.
  • Ensure you are purchasing the correct version:
    • Individual/Restricted: For internal use only.
    • Enterprise Usage: For subsidiary sharing, external use and resale e.g., consulting.
    • Airline Only: Special discounted version for airlines.

Deepen your research with the CAPA Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Dashboards and Data Compendium

Also available for purchase is the CAPA Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Dashboards and Data Compendium. Each document allows the reader to delve further into the data collated by CAPA and Envest Global to benchmark the relevant airlines. The dashboards show individual airline results, highlighted for ease of visualisation and the compendium provides raw data for further analysis. 

Contact us or reach out to your dedicated Account Manager for access. 

Airline Only Version - CAPA-Envest Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Report 2021

CAPA launches historic, first of its kind airline sustainability benchmarking report

Globally, consumers, communities and countries are increasingly demanding climate action. So too are investors, who now want proof, not just talk of climate plans and results. Now more than ever, airlines are under pressure to cut flight emissions through sustainable aviation fuels, efficient aircraft and propulsion systems, as well as carbon pricing and reduction strategies. These are expensive solutions at any time, let alone post-COVID, when airlines are posting record losses. But the cost of inaction is even higher.

The CAPA-Envest Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Report 2021 is the industry’s first single source of truth on emissions, benchmarking airlines and their performance as they transition the net zero operations. The 130+ page report includes: 

  • 52 airlines benchmarked using their reported emissions for 2019 and 2020;
  • Analysis on the most important airline comparisons for the year pre-COVID, 2019;
  • Insights into global corporations’ decarbonisation strategies and implications for corporate travel; and
  • Perspectives on investor demands for the airline industry and how these will continue to lead to increased pressure on airline boards and senior management.

REPORT SNEAK PREVIEW! The total CO2 emissions by airlines in 2019 highlight the largest emitters and the significance of the top 10 airlines relative to total industry emissions.

Notes:

  • CAPA Members receive a USD1,000 discount off purchases. Contact your account manager for the code.
  • Ensure you are purchasing the correct version:
    • Individual/Restricted: For internal use only.
    • Enterprise Usage: For subsidiary sharing, external use and resale e.g., consulting.
    • Airline Only: Special discounted version for airlines.

Deepen your research with the CAPA Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Dashboards and Data Compendium

Also available for purchase is the CAPA Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Dashboards and Data Compendium. Each document allows the reader to delve further into the data collated by CAPA and Envest Global to benchmark the relevant airlines. The dashboards show individual airline results, highlighted for ease of visualisation and the compendium provides raw data for further analysis. 

Contact us or reach out to your dedicated Account Manager for access. 

United Kingdom CAPA Aviation Country Report Nov-2021

Following months of suppressed capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, following a successful vaccine rollout throughout 2021, there has been a sustained rebound in the UK, even after the expected summer season peak.

With the reopening of trans Atlantic travel, the UK's capacity is expected to rebound further towards the winter season.

Of the UK's 862 aircraft fleet 139 are currently inactive, many of which are widebody aircraft, however as more international markets reopen there are expected to return to service.

This week British Airways reactivated its Airbus A380 fleet, performing European proofing flights in anticipation of deploying them on long haul routes in the coming months.

Save time on your prep and let us do the legwork for you. CAPA’s Aviation Reports are perfect for meetings and internal reports, they quickly summarise items such as fleet graphs, traffic and financial results and more in a shareable PDF format.

CAPA Members get access to these comprehensive and up-to-date reports for any country, airline or airport globally.

This specific report is a special focus on the United Kingdom and includes:

  •  An overview
  • 20 most recent news briefs
  • Fleet tables and graphs
  • Capabilities tables and graphs
  • MRO tables and graphs
  • Schedules analysis tables and graphs
  • Cargo analysis graphs
  • Traffic graphs
  • Tourism tables and graphs
  • LCC tables and graphs
France CAPA Aviation Country Report Nov-2021

France has experienced a significant rebound in capacity, with recent data showing a further increase into the winter season. Owing to a successful vaccine rollout, France’s aviation sector is reaping the benefits of increased passenger confidence.

Of France’s 480 aircraft within its fleet, only 47 are inactive - one of the most impressive 'in service' to 'inactive' ratios of any European country.

The opening of the 'United States’ borders have enabled trans Atlantic travel for the first time in over 600 days, and Air France wasted no time in ramping up operations between the two countries. France’s airlines have a significant backlog of aircraft due for delivery in the coming years, with Air France alone having 86 on order.

Save time on your prep and let us do the legwork for you. CAPA’s Aviation Reports are perfect for meetings and internal reports, they quickly summarise items such as fleet graphs, traffic and financial results and more in a shareable PDF format.

CAPA Members get access to these comprehensive and up-to-date reports for any country, airline or airport globally.

This specific report is a special focus on France and includes:

  •  An overview
  • 20 most recent news briefs
  • Fleet tables and graphs
  • Capabilities tables and graphs
  • MRO tables and graphs
  • Schedules analysis tables and graphs
  • Cargo analysis graphs
  • Traffic graphs
  • Tourism tables and graphs
  • LCC tables and graphs
Greece CAPA Aviation Country Report Nov-2021

Greece’s aviation market is one of the first in Europe to return to 100% capacity.

In late Aug-2021 the country’s capacity achieved the 100% capacity of 2019 levels and has retained that level well into Nov-2021.

With usual levels of capacity relatively low for the country, it is expected that this impressive rebound will be sustained through to summer 2022. Unlike many other Mediterranean countries, Greece has shown impressive early success in the recovery and has the potential to achieve beyond 100% of 2019 in the summer of 2022.

Save time on your prep and let us do the legwork for you. CAPA’s Aviation Reports are perfect for meetings and internal reports, they quickly summarise items such as fleet graphs, traffic and financial results and more in a shareable PDF format.

CAPA Members get access to these comprehensive and up-to-date reports for any country, airline or airport globally.

This specific report is a special focus on Greece and includes:

  •  An overview
  • 20 most recent news briefs
  • Fleet tables and graphs
  • Capabilities tables and graphs
  • MRO tables and graphs
  • Schedules analysis tables and graphs
  • Cargo analysis graphs
  • Traffic graphs
  • Tourism tables and graphs
  • LCC tables and graphs
Malaysia CAPA Aviation Country Report Oct-2021

Malaysia’s capacity is on the upwards trajectory, albeit a gradual one. From record lows seen throughout 2021, the aviation industry in the country is beginning the slow recovery.

Half the country’s aircraft fleet remains inactive, however with a backlog of nearly 500, the majority of which are to AirAsia, the recovery is expected to be quicker once regional LCC travel resumes.

Malaysia’s aircraft delivery schedule is impressive, with nearly 30 aircraft being delivered every year until at least 2035. 

Save time on your prep and let us do the legwork for you. CAPA’s Aviation Reports are perfect for meetings and internal reports, they quickly summarise items such as fleet graphs, traffic and financial results and more in a shareable PDF format.

CAPA Members get access to these comprehensive and up-to-date reports for any country, airline or airport globally.

This specific report is a special focus on Malaysia and includes:

  •  An overview
  • 20 most recent news briefs
  • Fleet tables and graphs
  • Capabilities tables and graphs
  • MRO tables and graphs
  • Schedules analysis tables and graphs
  • Cargo analysis graphs
  • Traffic graphs
  • Tourism tables and graphs
  • LCC tables and graphs
Thailand CAPA Aviation Country Report Oct-2021

Thailand is one of many Asian countries still grappling with the pandemic’s effects.

With weekly capacity even below 2020 levels, more than half of the country’s fleet remains inactive. However, on the 27th September 2021 the Thai government approved a four-phase timeline for the country’s tourism reopening.

 Following a pilot phase on the island of Phuket, the roll-out will then be extended to Bangkok and a number of mainland and island tourist destinations. The final phase will see much of the country’s tourist destinations open to travellers.

Thailand is one of the key examples of how strict measures to curb COVID-19 have impacted aviation and the tourism industry. With the country opening up in the coming months, it will be interesting to see if it has any immediate impact on those industries. 

Save time on your prep and let us do the legwork for you. CAPA’s Aviation Reports are perfect for meetings and internal reports, they quickly summarise items such as fleet graphs, traffic and financial results and more in a shareable PDF format.

CAPA Members get access to these comprehensive and up-to-date reports for any country, airline or airport globally.

This specific report is a special focus on Thailand and includes:

  •  An overview
  • 20 most recent news briefs
  • Fleet tables and graphs
  • Capabilities tables and graphs
  • MRO tables and graphs
  • Schedules analysis tables and graphs
  • Cargo analysis graphs
  • Traffic graphs
  • Tourism tables and graphs
  • LCC tables and graphs
Vietnam CAPA Aviation Country Report Oct-2021

Much like many other South East Asian countries, Vietnam’s aviation industry suffered greatly during the pandemic. With two thirds of the countries fleet still inactive, the country has a long way to go to rebuild the industry.

The country is expecting extensive aircraft deliveries over the coming years, with Vietjet leading the way in terms of  number of orders, having a total of 344 aircraft on backlog.

With current Vietnamese capacity levels at near-record lows it will be a slow recovery, however there are significant green shoots for the country, with multiple domestic routes restarting from the middle of Oct-2021. 

Save time on your prep and let us do the legwork for you. CAPA’s Aviation Reports are perfect for meetings and internal reports, they quickly summarise items such as fleet graphs, traffic and financial results and more in a shareable PDF format.

CAPA Members get access to these comprehensive and up-to-date reports for any country, airline or airport globally.

This specific report is a special focus on Vietnam and includes:

  •  An overview
  • 20 most recent news briefs
  • Fleet tables and graphs
  • Capabilities tables and graphs
  • MRO tables and graphs
  • Schedules analysis tables and graphs
  • Cargo analysis graphs
  • Traffic graphs
  • Tourism tables and graphs
  • LCC tables and graphs
Singapore CAPA Aviation Country Report Sep-2021

As Singapore’s passenger capacity is still at a near record low, nearly a third of the country’s fleet remains inactive. Recent relaxation in measures to allow for some inbound tourism from Germany and Brunei has sparked hope for Singapore Airlines, suggesting wider travel corridors may be formed in the near future.

Singapore has been more exposed than many other countries throughout the coronavirus pandemic, due to the nature of the aviation market. The island nation has no domestic capacity to fall back on, therefore relies solely on international routes.

The country’s airlines have an extensive aircraft backlog, with deliveries on nearly 90 aircraft expected in the coming years. If demand is continually suppressed in the coming years, revisions in the order books may occur.

Save time on your prep and let us do the legwork for you. CAPA’s Aviation Reports are perfect for meetings and internal reports, they quickly summarise items such as fleet graphs, traffic and financial results and more in a shareable PDF format.

CAPA Members get access to these comprehensive and up-to-date reports for any country, airline or airport globally.

This specific report is a special focus on Singapore and includes:

  •  An overview
  • 20 most recent news briefs
  • Fleet tables and graphs
  • Capabilities tables and graphs
  • MRO tables and graphs
  • Schedules analysis tables and graphs
  • Cargo analysis graphs
  • Traffic graphs
  • Tourism tables and graphs
  • LCC tables and graphs