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CAPA TV

Our video channel, CAPA TV, features the world’s largest collection of unique videos on commercial aviation and travel industry strategy. Here you’ll find videos of interviews, Q&A sessions, keynote presentations and panel discussions with industry leaders and CAPA’s own executive and analyst team, featured during CAPA Events including our CAPA Live virtual event series.

    Speakers:

    • CAPA - Centre for Aviation, Chairman Emeritus, Peter Harbison
    • Regional Express, Deputy Chairman, Hon. John Sharp AM

    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

    Besides connecting the global aviation industry via our conferences and virtual events, CAPA is also known for its powerful data and in-depth insights on the news, issues and trends that are shaping our industry.

    In this session, CAPA - Centre for Aviation, Managing Director, Derek Sadubin opens this month’s Summit with an in-depth look at the big picture issues impacting global aviation and travel around the world. 

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    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

    Advanced air mobility is a market largely being driven by startups new to aviation challenging the “business as usual” approach to air travel. Honeywell Aerospace is one of the first, and biggest, of the established system suppliers to fully embrace this new industry, seeing it as a catalyst to bring an entirely new generation of avionics, in terms of capability and cost, to the wider aviation market that it already services. How does Honeywell see this new sector evolving and how it is placing its bets? Join us to find out.

    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

    The Asia-Pacific region was initially hit hard by the pandemic, probably more so than the other regions. But some of the key Asia-Pacific markets have also recovered more quickly than those in other parts of the world. While borders generally remain closed, or are subject to quarantine restrictions that have a similar effect on travel, there have been some so-called green lanes established for essential travel, but in general the hoped-for travel bubbles have been slow to develop.

    Recent weeks have seen increased waves of the virus resurfacing in countries who had believed to have COVID-19 under control. This return however is not unexpected and has emphasised the need for practical, data-driven steps to opening up in a safe means. In this session we explore these methods and provide clear examples of required action. 

    • How are markets performing in Asia-Pacific? 
    • What practical, data-driven steps should each country take to opening up? 
    • Are governments investing enough in technology, processes, infrastructure?  
    • What impact is this having on hubs like Singapore? 
    • Are bilateral corridors effective in opening up markets? 

    Moderator: CAPA - Centre for Aviation, Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison

    Speakers:

    • AAPA, Director General, Subhas Menon
    • PATA, CEO, Mario Hardy

    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

    It cannot be denied that leading any part of an airline in 2021 is going to look very different than ever before. The impact of COVID-19 has required all airlines to reassess their processes, innovate and adapt to a new world order.

    In November, CAPA’s Chairman Emeritus stated: “It is important to have some sort of reality check now that we’re nine months on from the onset of this COVID-19 disaster. Fundamentally, we’re looking at a new platform from which the industry will build over the next decade.

    What will the new situation be like? Most people realise now, unless they're really deluding themselves, that it is going to be a structurally very different industry”.

    As we look further into 2021, we ask key airline executives to explore how they will run their business differently and what they expect from the year ahead.

    • How has COVID-19 impacted processes within airline management?

    • How has the additional focus of staff and passenger safety changed the way airlines are run?

    • What will recovery look like?

    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

    Recorded at CAPA Live May

    CEO Interview: Canadian North

    Canadian North, the regional Canadian airline based at Yellowknife Airport (Northwest Territories) and Iqaluit Airport (Nunavut) operates a network of services across Canada's far-northern provinces. The airline specialises in cargo and charter service, utilising a fleet of Boeing 737-200 Combi aircraft, as well as passenger-only Bombardier Dash 8 equipment. In this discussion, we receive an update from CEO Chris Avery on the carrier, managing the airline during the pandemic and plans for the future.

    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

    Recorded at CAPA Live May

    Caribbean Islands Panel

    The panel will highlight the importance of partnership and collaboration between the industry and the Government to drive the travel and tourism and overall economic recovery for the Caribbean.

    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

    Hosted by CAPA Chairman Emeritus Peter Harbison we welcome Air Lease Corporation, Executive Chairman, Steven Udvar-Hazy to CAPA Live, as they discuss a range of topics facing the leasing industry.

    • How is the aircraft leasing and trading performing?

    • How are aircraft values and lease rates affected by the crisis? Is the impact only short term, or will it endure?

    • Is the pandemic changing lessors' approach to investment and the relative importance of the operator versus the asset?

    • Will there be consolidation in the leasing sector?

    • Is it better being publicly listed or privately held during a downturn?

    • What are airlines typically looking for in terms of assistance? Is this continuing?

    • Can we expect airlines being able to repay the debt accumulated without waivers?

    Speakers:

    • Air Lease Corporation, Executive Chairman to Board, Steven Udvar-Házy 
    • CAPA - Centre for Aviation, Chairman Emeritus, Peter Harbison

    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

     
    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.

    On 01-Apr-2020, ex-IAG CEO, Willie Walsh officially took on the role of Director General of IATA, succeeding Alexandre de Juniac.

    In a statement released to the industry, Mr Walsh said: “I am passionate about our industry and about the critical work that IATA does on behalf of its members, never more so than during the COVID-19 crisis. IATA has been at the forefront of efforts to restart global connectivity, including developing the IATA Travel Pass. Less visible but of equal importance, airlines continue to rely on IATA’s financial settlement systems, Timatic and other vital services to support their day-to-day operations. I am grateful to Alexandre for leaving behind a strong organization and a motivated team. Together, the IATA team is absolutely focused on restoring the freedom of movement that airlines provide to billions of people around the world. That means your freedom to visit friends and family, to meet critical business partners, to secure and retain vital contracts, and to explore our wonderful planet.”

    In this catch-up we explore Mr Walsh’s plans for the future of IATA, the IATA Travel Pass and delve into some of the key data points captured by the association.

    CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. Register here to be part of our growing community.