The CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit closed on 28 Nov-2018 with a debate on the question: “Can aviation unions be a force for good?”. Polled…..
CAPA WORLD SUMMIT: Does ‘over-regulation’ pose a challenge to airport development in some parts of the world?
At last week’s CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit, Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s (FBB) CEO Dr Engelbert Luetke Daldrup highlighted over-regulation poses challenges for “big projects” in…..
Unions are ‘are fighting the wrong cause and the wrong enemy’, why ‘if you don’t change, you die’ and how it is ‘very clear low cost will prevail’ – more insights from the CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit
The latest decade has been one of relative stability for the aviation industry, but the tide has almost certainly now turned, and it is certainly…..
Welcome to live coverage from The Blue Swan Daily of the CAPA – Centre for Aviation World Aviation Outlook Summit in Berlin, the capital and largest city in…..
The high-profile departure of the airberlin Group from the German market in Oct-2017 has occurred with minimal disruption, opening up opportunities for existing players, mainly Lufthansa…..
They may not have been able to dislodge the famous Castro district of San Francisco from the top of the rankings, but European city destinations…..
To an outsider there are two peculiarities about Berlin in its relation to the aviation business. The first one is the interminable amount of time…..
Germany’s Technischer Überwachungsverein Rheinland (TÜV Rheinland) inspection company has released a report listing 863 technical deficiencies related to the under-construction Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER)’s main terminal,…..