Appointment

ASPAC appointment wrap of the month – October 2017

The travel, tourism and aviation industries in the Asia Pacific region witness policy and upper level changes on a daily basis. It is important to…..

Chinese travellers prefer OTAs says EyeforTravel

EyeforTravel’s latest consumer research, the Chinese Travel Consumer Report 2017-2018 has identified that Chinese travellers prefer the online travel agent (OTA) experience. The report surveyed…..

Airline confidence at a 10 year high, although risks to outlook remain

IATA’s third Business Confidence survey for 2017 puts airline confidence at a 10 year high. In fact, no airline CFOs and heads of cargo interviewed…..

Finnair takes digital to its heart as it opens the door to the new world of distribution

Nordic flag carrier Finnair has always been open to innovation and the airline is now blazing a trail to take advantage of new distribution methods…..

Philippine Airlines plans to launch nonstop service to Brisbane in 1Q2018

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has earmarked Manila-Brisbane as the first route for its new fleet of A321neos. PAL president Jaime Bautista told CAPA on the sidelines…..

Catch up on CAPA’s exclusive Market Analysis pieces – Tigerair Taiwan, Air Canada, airberlin, AirAsia Japan and more

Every week, CAPA – Centre for Aviation, produces informative, thought provoking and detailed market analysis of the aviation industry. With supporting data included in every…..

INSIGHT: Hub network dynamics differ among world’s leading airports

From an Air Service Development perspective a number of factors underpin air connectivity, ranging from geographical location and airport infrastructure to airline business models and…..

Your weekly travel and aviation Quote-a

The Blue Swan Daily brings you a roundup of the most thought-provoking and interesting comments from those industry leaders in the know. IATA director general…..

Air Passengers seek more technology to give them more control over their travel experience

It is no real surprise to learn that the results of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) 2017 Global Passenger Survey (GPS) has revealed that…..

Passenger traffic is expected to double by 2036 says IATA

Passenger numbers are expected to hit 7.8 billion in 2036, almost doubling from the 4 billion expected in 2017, says the International Air Transport Association…..

Blockchain: more than just a buzz word

While blockchain technology is yet to be fully utilised within travel and aviation, we are constantly hearing that it is poised to revolutionise our industry……