Airbus predicts demand for 40,000 mainline jets over next 20 years, but do we have enough pilots to fly them?
We have all sniggered when Otto, the inflatable autopilot is deployed in the film Airplane!, however the idea of unmanned flight decks is certainly a…..
Until very recently, the concept of long haul, low cost international service with narrowbody aircraft was merely an intriguing thought as the specifications of new…..
The death warrant for global alliances is routinely issued. It takes only a squabble between members or one airline’s partnership with a member outside the…..
Leading European tour operator TUI Group says it “remains open” to a potential future partnership after discussions to merge its German aviation subsidiary with NIKI,…..
The European Commission says it is delivering on its ambitious ‘Aviation Strategy for Europe’ by adopting a series of measures to further support open and…..
Read insights and analysis from this year’s IATA AGM in the CAPA Daily publications. ISSUE ONE: June 4, 2017 – DOWNLOAD NOW! ISSUE TWO: June…..
Qantas looks at longer range opportunities for future fleet expansion and more non-stop links into Europe
The much-publicised new non-stop long-haul link between Perth and London is likely to be just the first of a number of new non-stop flights linking…..
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has revised its 2017 industry profitability outlook upwards, predicting airlines will report a $31.4 billion profit (up from the…..
Air travel across parts of the Middle East has become very complicated after Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) cut ties…..
Basic economics tells us that when the supply for a product reduces and demand for that same product increases, then its cost will rise. It…..