Looking at key international routes, flights from Sydney to Auckland and Singapore saw the biggest increases in fares
Deals worth millions signed at the world’s largest airport show
The CAPA Asia Summit brings together the C-level executives of leading carriers based in Asia, as well as corporate travel executives serving the world’s most vibrant aviation and travel region. The ...
New in 2016, CAPA – Centre for Aviation partnered with the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE), to bring together CAPA’s World Aviation Summit and ACTE’s Global Corporate Travel Confere...
The inaugural CAPA Latin America Aviation Summit in Cartagena, 11-12 September, will bring together high ranking executives of airlines, airports and travel and government organisations from across L...
The CAPA Australia Pacific Summit gathers aviation and corporate travel executives for the biggest aviation and corporate travel strategy event of the year. CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit CEO...
New in 2017, CAPA – Centre for Aviation will organise the Global Airport Leaders’ Forum to take place this May in Dubai, at the world’s leading airport exhibition and event, The Airport Show. Coverin...
Air fares are expected to remain at historically low level during 2017. Continuing low fuel prices and increased competition from low cost carriers are expected top place downward pressure on air far...
This second event seeks to move the industry forward from the initial familiarisation to creating a foundation to move ahead
Leading travel payment provider AirPlus International has suggested that travel managers are under increasing pressure to find value in travel transactions
CAPA is pleased to announce that entries are now open for nominations for the 13th annual CAPA Aviation Awards for Excellence
ACTE and CAPA have announced they will provide nine major Corporate Travel Summits in the Australasian markets for 2016.
As the three Gulf carriers fight protectionism battles globally, Australia is one example of an internal debate with Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways.
Centre for Aviation (CAPA) recognises Cebu Pacific Air in awards ceremony.
New partnership sees ACTE and CAPA collaborate on upcoming ‘must-attend’ educational and networking event.
Up to 10 Asian low cost carriers could threaten the market share of Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia, according to new CAPA research.
Commercial flights allowed in order to reduce congestion at Soekarno-Hatta.
China United; the first in a string of new low-cost carriers entering the marketplace.
Virgin Australia COO Sean Donohue addresses the airline’s expansion.
Alan Joyce also says 100 percent ownership in dual-brands shouldn't be overlooked.