Analysis

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

9 May, 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.    

Business travel bookings and spending rise among high optimism and employee willingness to travel

6 May, 2022

Business travel is surging forward, international travel is returning and despite new challenges, industry recovery is entrenched, were among the most notable findings from the Apr-2022 edition of the Business Travel Recovery Poll from the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA). The 27th edition of the insight also found that corporate travel policies are undergoing a revamp and employees are now broadly willing to travel for business.  

Your weekly travel and aviation Quote-a

6 May, 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 18, 2022)

5 May, 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.          

Paris hotels return to 2019 profitability levels; UK, Poland and Ireland lead Europe’s recovery

4 May, 2022

Among the key city hotel markets in Europe, Paris was the only one to achieve gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR) that was 100% of the 2019 comparable, according to the Mar-2022 P&L data release from benchmarking specialist STR.  

Marriott set for JW Marriott Tokyo debut in 2025; AC Hotels arrives in South Korea

3 May, 2022

Marriott International has confirmed two key new developments among its portfolio with an agreement with East Japan Railway Company to bring the JW Marriott brand to Tokyo, Japan, and the opening of AC Hotel by Marriott Seoul Gangnam, marking the brand’s debut in South Korea.  

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

2 May, 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

29 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.

Charting the trends – latest weekly air capacity and flight frequency insights (week 17, 2022)

28 April, 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.        

Latest Chinese travel data highlights shifts in domestic market and consumer sentiment trends

27 April, 2022

The huge size of China’s domestic market and the fast-expanding outbound international flows pre-pandemic meant that when it comes to travel, when China sneezes the rest of the world catches a cold. Now, as parts of Asia start following the rest of the world out of the border restrictions that weighed heavily on international travel over the past couple of years, China’s strong preventive action to continue to limit the spread of COVID-19 nationally, still limits regional and global recovery figures.  

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