Video of the week – Warming industry discussions with CAPA’s fireside chats

CAPA – Centre for Aviation is one of the world’s most trusted sources of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry. Its unrivalled reputation…..

Video of the week – There’s a change at the top for Ukraine International Airlines as Yuri Miroshnikov stands down after 15 years as CEO

Earlier this month, Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) announced the resignation of its longstanding president Yuri Miroshnikov. His successor, Yevhenii Dykhne, will take up his position…..

Video of the week – Blockchain: what it is and why it matters!

Blockchain’s role in reshaping the way businesses are run is gradually being appreciated. While frequently associated with various cryptocurrencies, its significance runs much deeper than…..

Video of the week – Drones: adapting to a world of UAVs, what’s next?

While unmanned aircraft technology is not new, the thought of thousands of drones constantly buzzing around our skies still feels as if it belongs in…..

Video of the week – NDC and fares distribution: empowering agents

“NDC is like Brexit,” says Peter Muller, international board director at global travel management services specialist ATPI. “We know its coming, we know we have…..

Video of the week – What is the outlook for Australia and New Zealand aviation for the medium term and what new dynamics will shape?

The South Pacific aviation market has enjoyed relatively benign operating conditions in the last couple of years, allowing the region’s carriers to record some of…..

Qantas sees revenue growth opportunities despite capacity slowdown – observations from CEO Alan Joyce

Qantas is nearing its “most exciting year,” as the carrier reaches its centenary, and he says the carrier, according to its CEO Alan Joyce and…..

Video of the week – Looking to Asia for inspiration and growth

Asia is the fastest expanding and most innovative market in the world, it has enjoyed spectacular growth over the past several years and while China…..

Video of the week – Innovation in generating ancillary revenues

Ancillaries are becoming an increasingly important part of the airline revenue arsenal generating close to USD100 billion for the industry last year. Large strides have…..

Southern Africa airlines need liberalisation and scale to achieve sustained profitability

The Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) is hopeful the region’s anemic passenger growth rate will accelerate under South Africa’s new administration. AASA also continues…..