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CAPA Airline Leader Summit: A CEO Gathering 2017 – PART TWO

17 May, 2017

CAPA’s Airline Leader Summit rolled into Dublin last week on the 11th and 12th May. Hosted by Dublin Airport and Cork Airport, the event included a variety of high profile industry leaders discussing topical issues related to aviation.

Get ready for Scoot Tigerair

17 May, 2017

Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) LCC subsidiaries Scoot and Tigerair plan to complete their merger in Jul-2017, leading to the dissolution of the Tigerair brand in Southeast Asia. Tigerair Australia and Tigerair Taiwan will soon be the only Tigerair branded airlines remaining although neither now have any ownership from SIA.

Rumoured European transatlantic electronics ban could have $1 billion impact on industry

17 May, 2017

The past days have seen much speculation and increasing media coverage over a possible extension by the United States of America of the current ban on the carriage of large personal electronic devices (PEDs) aboard US-bound flights departing from selected Middle East and North African airports to US-bound flights departing from an unspecified number of European airports.

ABS Summary - Short Term Arrivals: Mar-2017

16 May, 2017

Australian Bureau of Statistics Short Term Arrivals information - Mar-2017

CAPA Airline Leader Summit: A CEO Gathering 2017 – PART ONE

16 May, 2017

CAPA’s Airline Leader Summit rolled into Dublin last week on the 11th and 12th May. Hosted by Dublin Airport and Cork Airport, the event included a variety of high profile industry leaders discussing topical issues related to aviation.

easyJet looks to larger jets as half-year losses rise

16 May, 2017

A firm commitment to add Airbus A321neo jets into its fleet from summer 2018 will see easyJet become the latest global low-cost carrier commit to the new generation airliner as it continues to migrate to larger capacity aircraft. The airline has switched an order for 30 smaller A320neo aircraft to the larger variant as part of a contract that has also allowed delivered flexibility of future aircraft arrivals.

CAPA Airline Leader Summit: A CEO Gathering 2017 - A Photo Story

15 May, 2017

CAPA’s Airline Leader Summit rolled into Dublin last week on the 11th and 12th May. Hosted by Dublin Airport and Cork Airport, the event included a variety of high profile industry leaders discussing topical issues related to aviation.

LATAM Airlines to further grow Australia traffic as Melbourne is launched

15 May, 2017

LATAM Airlines traffic in Australia has nearly doubled since 2013 and should see another 40% spike as Latin America’s largest airline group launches services to Melbourne.

Air France’s low-cost boost will initially be based around A321 and A340 flying

15 May, 2017

Air France hopes its new low-cost business will enable it to better compete in attracting a new market of passengers in the millennial’s segment, an area it believes it will be able to carve out its own business proposition without cannibalising its own operations at its Charles De Gaulle Airport hub in Paris.

After an unprecedented network cut, THY appears to be on the growth path once again

14 May, 2017

In the winter 2016/2017 schedule the Turkish Airlines (THY) Group implemented an unprecedented year-on-year cut in capacity. According to data from OAG, its total seat numbers were 4.7% lower than in the previous winter schedule. In ASK terms, Turkish Airlines reported a 6.1% year-on-year cut for the winter months (November 2016 to March 2017).

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