Video of the week – Air Serbia’s journey from ‘steady evolution to almost revolution’

Air Serbia may be one of Europe’s youngest flag carrier brands, but it has a long heritage. At the CAPA – Centre for Aviation World…..

Video of the week – Unmanned aircraft technology advances: autonomous travel is ‘going to happen sooner than you think’

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 – ‘You can’t change yesterday, but you can do a lot about tomorrow’

Martin Gauss, executive board chairman and CEO of airBaltic, highlighted CO2, taxes, SES, EU261 and fuel as his expected key topics of discussion in 2020…..

Video of the week – Airline and airport investment: leveraging new technologies to improve passenger experience and efficiency

The digital economy has transformed consumer expectations around the way they research, purchase and experience the airline product. As a result airlines need to work…..

Overcoming the hurdles of 2020 – the key stories from the opening morning of the CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit in Malta

The enormous publicity attracted by a sixteen year old Swedish girl has rattled the airline industry and is prompting government talk of aviation taxes to…..

CAPA Global Aviation Awards for Excellence recognises top aviation leaders – British Airways, Swoop, Spirit Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines and airBaltic secure coveted awards

British Airways, Swoop and Spirit Airlines, have been recognised among the top airlines at CAPA’s annual Global Aviation Awards for Excellence in Malta. The nine…..

Global market access, have we reached a high-water mark?

As the originator of the swathe of open skies agreements in the 1990s and the early part of the 21st century, the US is a…..

European islands: airlines are helping to drive tourism growth

Europe has seven island markets listed as separate countries/territories in the CAPA – Centre for Aviation and OAG databases for aviation data on capacity and…..

Social impact in the aviation industry – environment, flight shaming and taxes: why are the airlines dropping the ball?

As customers, employees, suppliers and society at large begin to place increasing importance on corporate social responsibility, corporate leaders have started to implement practises which…..

Air Malta eyeing Ghana as first sub-Saharan Africa market as part of its vision to become ‘airline of the Mediterranean’

The Maltese government and Air Malta are looking at new services to Accra, Ghana. Long term the carrier is planning to break out from Europe…..