Analysis for Asia

Will so-called coronaphobia stop us from travelling? Being stuck at home is taking an emotional toll and almost three quarters of travellers have had a negative feeling as a result of not being able to travel

22 June, 2020

There appears to be a growing interest in travel searches, but it is still unclear if that will fully translate into bookings, when people will feel more confident to travel and if they will actually be able to take a trip. New research seems to suggest many of us are suffering cabin fever and are eager to start travelling. That’s a positive, but it doesn’t take into account the timescale for a return to travel, which The Blue Swan Daily highlighted last week appears to be regularly shifting to the right.

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Taiwan

16 June, 2020

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot, we look at Taiwan, where a domestic recovery could shortly be followed by growing international connectivity.

‘Those who have knowledge, don't predict’ – new CAPA Airline Capacity Models project future capacity growth in some of the biggest travel markets

12 June, 2020

Looking at airline schedules for the remainder of the year continues to provide a false impression on the recovery of air transport. If they were to be believed then we would be quickly ramping back up to close to 2019 levels of capacity in just a matter of months.

Domestic Asia Pacific recovery points to improving demand in May and paints positive picture for imminent recovery in Europe’s domestic markets; groundwork now begins on international routes

9 June, 2020

Air travel virtually ground to a halt across Asia-Pacific in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. However, many countries in the region made good progress in controlling Covid-19, prompting them to restart scheduled airline operations to help spur economic recovery.

Is a move to later travel booking a new trend or simply a symptom of the current environment?

5 June, 2020

We are seeing a clear move to later travel booking, but right now it is unclear if that is a new trend or simply a symptom of the current environment. Recent analysis from International Air Transport Association (IATA) highlighted that in the Chinese domestic market there has been a clear shift in booking patterns as it has recovered from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Business travellers have become accustomed to working outside of a traditional office environment, but which airports are the best and worst for remote working?

28 May, 2020

After long periods of lockdown many of us may have forgotten about some of the pressures of travel and especially finding a place to work remotely while on the road. Fortunately, it has become easier than ever to get connected and airports – where we could find ourselves spending a lot more additional time when travel returns – have increasingly moved to offering complementary online access, even if time limits remain.

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Seoul Gimpo International Airport

20 May, 2020

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members, we deliver a data snapshot on Seoul Gimpo International Airport which is once again the largest air gateway to South Korea's capital city.

On the path to recovery? We can all learn lessons from China as world travel prepares to press the restart button

15 May, 2020

Recovery from Covid-19 around the world is starting to show green shoots with some regions and countries recovering quicker than others. China, being the first country to be infected and go into lockdown, is the first country showing full signs of recovery with lockdown lifted and almost all shops, factories, schools and restaurants now open.

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Spring Airlines

11 May, 2020

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot, we look at Spring Airlines, a Chinese LCC that right now is among the 15th largest carriers in the world by seat capacity.

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Vietnam

5 May, 2020

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot, we look at Vietnam, which is continuing to see a return in domestic air travel, but is looking to the international market – and in particular China – in the longer term to develop trade and boost the local economy.

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