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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.

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    Part of CAPA’s global summit series, the CAPA World Aviation Summit is a benchmark event for the global travel industry, offering thought leadership, valuable networking opportunities, and in-depth insight on the issues and trends. The event tapped global aviation leaders to examine the post COVID-19 aviation industry, addressed the major developments that have arisen throughout the year, as well as shared an outlook for the industry in 2024 and beyond.

    Etihad Airways, Group CEO, Antonoaldo Neves spoke to CAPA TV at the CAPA World Aviation Summit 2023 in Abu Dhabi about latest industry trends and company developments. 

    CAPA Events are hosted in key markets around the world and attract the highest calibre of thought leaders and decision makers in the aviation and travel industry. Delegates are provided with unprecedented access to the latest data, insights and trends from our global team, in addition to valuable networking opportunities with executives across all sectors of the aviation and travel industry. Review CAPA’s full events calendar here.   

    Saudi Airlines, CEO, Ibrahim Koshy spoke to CAPA TV at the CAPA World Aviation Summit 2023 in Abu Dhabi about latest industry trends and company developments. 

    CAPA Events are hosted in key markets around the world and attract the highest calibre of thought leaders and decision makers in the aviation and travel industry. Delegates are provided with unprecedented access to the latest data, insights and trends from our global team, in addition to valuable networking opportunities with executives across all sectors of the aviation and travel industry. Review CAPA’s full events calendar here.   

    CAPA hosted a selection of high profile aviation leaders in a roundtable discussion, covering key topics and important trends in the air transport industry. Thought leaders covering the breadth of the aviation market will provide insights into the competitive landscape for airlines and airports, progress on traffic and financial recovery, opportunities for future development, trends towards privatisation and consolidation and more.

    • With delivery delays expected to continue for the next few years, what strategies are airlines using to meet their capacity needs and keep their fleets operating?

    • How are MRO operators looking to benefit from airlines delaying fleet retirements and keeping older/more maintenance intensive aircraft in service for longer?

    • What are the implications of the expansion of eCommerce demand for the aircraft conversion sector?

    Antonoaldo Neves was appointed Group Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Aviation Group in October 2022. Antonoaldo was previously CEO and Board Member of TAP, the national airline of Portugal, where he was responsible for leading a major turnaround that contributed significantly to the development of tourism in Portugal. Before this role, he was President of Azul Airlines in Brazil, which he led to a successful initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange. Antonoaldo was also a partner at McKinsey & Company, where he developed the long-term plan for the aviation sector in Brazil. Beginning his career as a civil engineer, Antonoaldo holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and a Master’s Degree in Corporate Finance from the IAG Business School at PUC-Rio.

    Jonathan devised and maintains CAPA's world airline operating margin forecast, publishes regular analytical insight on trends and developments in the European and global airline markets and represents CAPA at frequent aviation conferences and in the media. Before joining CAPA in 2013, he spent 13 years as an equity research analyst in London covering European airlines and airports for Société Générale, HSBC and Deutsche Bank. His involvement in aviation/aerospace started with his early career at BAE Systems more than 30 years ago. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Bristol and a Masters in Business Administration from London Business School.

    Prasanth Mohan, CAE's Director of Product Management for Airports and In-flight management comes with 22+ years of aviation experience. He is accountable for the success of the Airport and In-flight solutions within the Civil Flight Services portfolio. He leads a team of Product Managers who owns & defines the overall Product Vision and Product Strategy and link them to the priorities spread across all the corresponding development team. Before joining CAE, he worked with a leading European airline and subsequently for a travel solutions provider, in various roles covering airport management, solution consulting, product implementation and account management before venturing into Product Management. He is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands and is a fan of martial arts and combat sports. 

    • How are airlines and airports accommodating the new breed of luxury-focused traveller?

    • How have new working arrangements and the shift to ‘bleisure’ travel contributed to this trend?

    • Do rising travel costs – particularly airfares, booking and entertainment – signal an end to the trend, are travellers new spending habits here to stay?

    • Can business travel be re-invented and reinvigorated to accommodate new trends in working and budgets?

    • Have the priorities of business travel suppliers and business travel buyers diverged?

    • Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is widely seen as the best near-term solution to reducing aviation emissions, but progress remains slow. How does the aviation ecosystem come together to ensure the increased uptake of SAF?

    • Short-haul flying bans, emissions pricing schemes, SAF mandates and green taxes. How does the industry work with regulators to achieve its sustainability goals in a method that is cooperative, rather than punitive?

    • How does aviation address the say-do gap when it comes to passengers talking the sustainable talk, but failing to walk the walk?