Recorded at CAPA Latin America Aviation & LCCs Summit, 31-Aug - 1-Sep

Getting operational integrity right – is the system really stable and what lessons have been learned

The recovery of passenger traffic during 2022 was accompanied by severe operating disruptions across the globe, with Latin America and the Caribbean proving no exception. While delays and cancellations have ebbed and staffing levels are recovering across the region, the Latin American aviation system still faces disruption on multiple fronts. As travel builds into the peak summer travel period, the regional sector could be facing with another trying period.

  • How have operators adapted and changed since the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the robustness of their systems and to quickly recover from irregular operations? 

  • How have regulators reacted to the disruption of the past few years?

  • What are the key technologies that airports, airlines and the supply chain are implementing to ensure operational stability?

  • How are issues around areas such as ATC, infrastructure shortages and workforce training/retention being addressed? 

  • What bottlenecks remain in the air travel process and what are potential failure points?

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