Analysis for South Pacific

Industry Intelligence – catch up on CAPA’s exclusive market insights

4 April, 2022

Each week, CAPA – Centre for Aviation produces informative, thought provoking and detailed market analysis of the aviation industry. With supporting data included in every analysis, CAPA provides unrivalled and unparalleled intelligence. Here’s some of the reports published over the past week.

Your weekly travel and aviation Quote-a

1 April, 2022

At a time of crisis, it is important that we share our insights and experience, helping each other to contain and mitigate the impact of COVID-19. CTC – Corporate Travel Community each week brings you a roundup of the most thought-provoking and interesting comments from those industry leaders in the know. 

Corporate travel set for rebound as travel restrictions put businesses at competitive disadvantage

31 March, 2022

In Mar-2022, the United Kingdom became one of the first large economies to remove all remaining COVID-19 international travel restrictions, reflecting government confidence in its vaccination programme. In the event of future COVID variants of concern, the UK says it will default to the "least stringent measures". This should give aviation operators and passengers greater security in planning for the future.  

Charting the trends – latest weekly air capacity and flight frequency insights (week 13, 2022)

31 March, 2022

They say ‘a picture paints a thousand words’. In this regular section CTC – Corporate Travel Community incorporates and expands on the popular charts produced in the 2020 air capacity series ‘Coronavirus Statistics Snapshot’. These are sourced from CAPA - Centre for Aviation analysis of OAG schedule data and incorporates seat detail from CAPA's own database. It offers a weekly look at how the pandemic is impacting global flight levels and seat capacity in the world’s largest markets.

Encouraging progress in Asia-Pacific, but rest of region needs to join the positive momentum

30 March, 2022

Restrictive travel corridors was as good is it got for those moving around Asia Pacific during much of the COVID-19 pandemic and has meant international travel in Asia-Pacific has been trailing the rest of the world’s recovery path. Now many Southeast Asian countries are cautiously reopening, but there North Asian counterparts are still largely restricting entry highlighting the need to remain cautious about recovery.  

Wyndham signs first 50 hotels for economy extended-stay brand; US debut but international potential

29 March, 2022

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has unveiled new details about its upcoming economy extended-stay hotel brand. Among them, newly awarded contracts to develop 50 new construction projects across the US with its first two partners: Sandpiper Hospitality and Gulf Coast Hotel Management.  

Industry Intelligence – catch up on CAPA’s exclusive market insights

28 March, 2022

Each week, CAPA – Centre for Aviation produces informative, thought provoking and detailed market analysis of the aviation industry. With supporting data included in every analysis, CAPA provides unrivalled and unparalleled intelligence. Here’s some of the reports published over the past week.

Your weekly travel and aviation Quote-a

25 March, 2022

At a time of crisis, it is important that we share our insights and experience, helping each other to contain and mitigate the impact of COVID-19. CTC – Corporate Travel Community each week brings you a roundup of the most thought-provoking and interesting comments from those industry leaders in the know. 

Charting the trends – latest weekly air capacity and flight frequency insights (week 12, 2022)

24 March, 2022

They say ‘a picture paints a thousand words’. In this regular section CTC – Corporate Travel Community incorporates and expands on the popular charts produced in the 2020 air capacity series ‘Coronavirus Statistics Snapshot’. These are sourced from CAPA - Centre for Aviation analysis of OAG schedule data and incorporates seat detail from CAPA's own database. It offers a weekly look at how the pandemic is impacting global flight levels and seat capacity in the world’s largest markets.        

Wait and see approach means Australia's meetings and events industry likely to peak later in 2022

23 March, 2022

The start of 2022 has brought with it another period of uncertainty for businesses as the Omicron variant spreads. But, despite this, the meetings and events industry is anticipating a busy year as high vaccination rates, booster shots, borders opening and reduced quarantine requirements now a growing trend. This could ultimately mean a busy 2022 for meetings and events with anticipated heavy pent-up demand.  

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