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……

Google remains a big threat to airlines, but AI delivers a great opportunity if airlines can utilise it correctly

Many of us would have now heard Bobby Healy’s cautionary presentation on how Google is disrupting the travel space and ultimately may in the future…..

Disruption in distribution – We speak to the industry!

Airline sales and distribution practices are evolving at a mind numbing rate. Apps are being developed that utilise the power of artificial intelligence combined with…..

The future of alliances and partnerships – We speak to the industry!

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…..

Low Cost Long Haul – Will it work? We speak to the industry!

The topic of low cost long haul is a major buzz in the aviation sector as airlines take advantage of the efficiency of new generation…..

Willie Walsh humbled by CAPA Legend Award presentation

Willie Walsh’s focused and strategic management style has served him well at the helm of Aer Lingus, British Airways and IAG, of which he was…..

Designing airports for the ever-changing future

Ever wondered what goes into the building of an airport? The years of planning, years of building and continued development and updating. The Blue Swan…..

Highlight reel: CAPA Latin America Aviation Summit in Cartagena

The inaugural CAPA Latin America Aviation Summit in Cartagena, 10-12 September, brought together high ranking executives of airlines, airports and travel and government organisations from…..

Hawaiian Airlines plans further expansion in Asia Pacific

Hawaiian Airlines intends to expand its network in Asia Pacific using A330s that will be freed up as new A321neos take over some of its…..