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Japan Airlines, Director, Vice Chairman Tadashi Fujita joins the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit shares that the Japanese Government is in discussions with select countries to relax travel restrictions and permit the resumption of some international services in the Asia Pacific region.
Qantas Airways Group CEO, Alan Joyce highlights the impacts of ongoing boarder closures to the Australian economy and tourism, and the possibility of losing the hundreds of small businesses that rely on it every day if the current situation continues during the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit.
The now former Virgin Australia CEO & MD, Paul Scurrah joined the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit to discuss some of the confronting decisions that have had to be made for the airline over recent months from cost reduction strategies to investments in technology.
Qatar Airways Group CEO H.E. Akbar Al Baker shared his insightful perspective on the current aviation industry and highlighted a lack of uniform rules and regulations for airports across the world to help them reopen safely and efficiently so they can continue to operate in the post COVID-19 world, during the virtual CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit.
During this keynote address, Damian Hickey shares Travelport’s study findings that the majority of people are ready to consider domestic and international travel, but only if these 10 measures are in place.
- Ten separate safety measures, including fully flexible or refundable tickets, deemed critical by travellers
- Communication of all measures, collectively, is key to regaining confidence
- Travellers are more likely today to book through a travel agent than before the COVID-19 crisis
Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson joins the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit virtual stage to provide his insights into the impact COVID-19 has had on the airline and how it has and will impact the wider aviation industry over the coming years.
As aviation and travel continues what can only be described as a period of darkness, the industry that emerges will look vastly different than it did before the COVID-19 outbreak. The implications are wide-ranging and highly disruptive.
As a continuation of CAPA’s Masterclass Series, CAPA – Centre for Aviation’s Chairman Emeritus Peter Harbison will kick off the 2020 Australia Pacific Summit with a global big picture overview of our industry and where it will be in the next few years. The session will also lay out CAPA’s new Airline Capacity Projection Model, applying the Model to various markets across the world offers some unique insights into where the domestic and international growth hotspots might be – or not.
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