It’s the first full week of November, so let’s take a look back at the most popular stories from last month’s The Blue Swan Daily Asia newsletters…
#10 – A road to revolution? NDC marks key milestones as Travelport concludes ‘first’ ticket sale and Skyscanner joins NDC Exchange
#9 – Cathay Pacific improves connectivity and adds capacity to Adelaide
#8 – Emirates again cuts capacity in Auckland as new Bali flight is reduced
#7 – Who will emerge as A321neoLR launch operator following Primera Air’s collapse?
#6 – Low Cost Long Haul becomes ‘an inevitable fixture’, the ‘party’s over’ in terms of interest rates, ‘loyalty is the key in corporate travel’ and ‘connecting the unconnected’ – insights from CAPA Low Cost Long Haul Global Summit
#5 – NDC causing confusion among travel managers
#4 – Thai Airways joins the premium economy trend with initial 777-200ER retrofit trial
#3 – Thai Airways cuts Australia capacity to lowest level since 2006
#2 – Royal Brunei relooks at Australia expansion as last batch of A320neos arrive
#1 – Should Tigerair Australia and Scoot swap aircraft?