2016 December

Outlook 2017. Amid continued global uncertainty, what lies ahead for aviation in the region. China may be the key (Part 3 of 5)

As 2016 draws to a close, in a series of five Q&A reports, the Blue Swan Daily, in conjunction with its parent CAPA – Centre

The 787. Besides the hype, what it means for Qantas’ customers

The first Qantas 787 long haul service is currently just under 12 months away. The Dreamliner operated QF 95 from Melbourne to Los Angeles is

Outlook 2017. Amid continued global uncertainty, what lies ahead for aviation in the region. China may be the key (Part 2 of 5)

As 2016 draws to a close, in a series of five Q&A reports, the Blue Swan Daily, in conjunction with its parent CAPA – Centre

Dreaming of a [delayed or cancelled] white Christmas in Europe? How passengers are protected (Part 2)

As heavy fog, snow and the occasional stray reindeer lead to what will be the almost inevitable havoc at Europe’s airports this Christmas period, the

Outlook 2017. Amid continued global uncertainty, what lies ahead for aviation in this region. China may be the key (Part 1 of 5)

As 2016 draws to a close, in a series of five Q&A reports, the Blue Swan Daily, in conjunction with its parent CAPA – Centre

Dreaming of a [delayed or cancelled] white Christmas in Europe? How passengers are protected (Part 1)

As heavy fog, snow and the occasional stray reindeer lead to what will be the almost inevitable havoc at Europe’s airports this Christmas period, the

A new bird takes flight: The Blue Swan Daily

CAPA’s new Blue Swan Daily lifts off on its proving flights today. Full scheduled services will begin in the new year, but 23-Dec-2016 is its

Badgerys Creek: The airport everyone needs and nobody wants

Western Sydney Airport (The airport of dreams) is currently planned to become operational in 10 years’ time. That is sufficiently long to be beyond political

Australia-NZ seats hit a record 9.4% year on year increase for the Jan-2017 peak.

As New Zealand’s economy sparkles, trans-Tasman activity is growing at well above historic rates. New Zealand GDP is projected to increase 3.5%, against Australia’s 2% for

Lufthansa and Etihad – Perhaps a tipping point in global alliances

Although it happened on the other side of the world, the potential change this weekend’s partnering agreement between Lufthansa and Etihad will have for Australia

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