Analysis

The Cyprus Airways name returns to the skies, but things look very different in the Cypriot market

A start-up backed by a leading Russian airline has resurrected the Cyprus Airways brand and boost connectivity from the Mediterranean island. Established under the name

Lufthansa finds a new home for the A380 in Munich, as Frankfurt loses five SuperJumbos

After selecting its Bavarian hub for the deployment of its initial batch of Airbus A350s at the start of this year, German flag carrier Lufthansa

Airbus predicts demand for 40,000 mainline jets over next 20 years, but do we have enough pilots to fly them?

We have all sniggered when Otto, the inflatable autopilot is deployed in the film Airplane!, however the idea of unmanned flight decks is certainly a

KLM plans fond farewell to its Fokker fleet

European flag carrier KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will phase out its final Fokker 70 on October 29, 2017, ending 20 years of service with the

Norwegian takes the lead as new generation narrowbodies open up thin long-haul city pairs

Until very recently, the concept of long haul, low cost international service with narrowbody aircraft was merely an intriguing thought as the specifications of new

Reports on the demise of airline alliances are being greatly exaggerated

The death warrant for global alliances is routinely issued. It takes only a squabble between members or one airline’s partnership with a member outside the

TUI remains open to partnership after Etihad ends talks on formation of new leisure airline

Leading European tour operator TUI Group says it “remains open” to a potential future partnership after discussions to merge its German aviation subsidiary with NIKI,

Read insights and analysis from this year’s IATA AGM in the CAPA Daily publications

Read insights and analysis from this year’s IATA AGM in the CAPA Daily publications. ISSUE ONE: June 4, 2017 – DOWNLOAD NOW! ISSUE TWO: June

Europe’s proposed ’open and connected aviation‘ policy path to industry competitiveness

The European Commission says it is delivering on its ambitious ‘Aviation Strategy for Europe’ by adopting a series of measures to further support open and

IATA predicts more profits for the airline industry, but strong regional variations remain

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has revised its 2017 industry profitability outlook upwards, predicting airlines will report a $31.4 billion profit (up from the

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