The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) is pleased to announce it now offers live fleet data on its website at centreforaviation.com for some 2500 airlines, as well as comprehensive schedule data for hundreds of carriers. The data is provided to CAPA by internationally renowned sources Ascend and Innovata, respectively.
The move is part of a re-launch of CAPA’s airline profile pages, providing an increasing array of data to complement CAPA's core news and analysis service. CAPA has also added functionality, including a filtering tool to allow users to quickly find the news or analysis that they need.
The new profiles format will be rolled out progressively in 2011 on CAPA’s airports, suppliers, industry associations and countries profile pages.
Peter Harbison, CAPA’s Executive Chairman, stated, “We are delighted to partner with Ascend and Innovata, two of the leading providers of industry intelligence, to deliver this added functionality to our Members and the wider industry. We have an array of exciting data projects planned for release during 2011 and I’m pleased we have reached this milestone, to meet the fleet and schedule data needs of our core readership”.
The addition of the live fleet and schedule data follows CAPA’s introduction last year of its breakthrough production technology that enables industry participants to individually track important developments at any combination of airlines, airports, suppliers, countries, regions or issues, depending on requirements, in one very handy daily bulletin, CAPA Alerts.
CAPA Alerts is the new publishing platform that drives rich and relevant content in a highly customised daily email briefing to clients. It puts the reader in control, saving crucial time, as well as informing of key developments that are vital to business that may otherwise have been missed.
CAPA is now inviting existing members and industry participants to experience its CAPA Alerts and Data services in a complimentary two-week trial. Please contact Jon Bond today!
CAPA's Delta Air Lines profile sample