Daily News Briefs
The Corporate Travel Community partners with Blue Swan Daily to provide community members with breaking travel news updates and a daily newsletter.
Blue Swan Daily is published by CAPA – Centre for Aviation and covers corporate travel industry developments from around the world each day. It is designed to fill a need for informed opinion, news and analysis for anyone interested in corporate travel.
Sign up to receive Blue Swan Daily directly to your inbox.
We also invite industry partners and suppliers to submit white papers and research for consideration in Blue Swan Daily.
Please contact the editor, Marco Navarria, at BlueSwan@centreforaviation.com
Qantas revealed details of its new international wing and transit lounge at Perth Airport (Perth Now, 09-May-2017). The facility is being proposed for the southern end of
Mainland Air CEO Phil Kean stated the airline would consider resuming regular Dunedin-Alexandra service if it was supported by private investors (Stuff, 03-May-2017). Mr Kean
Australia‘s Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester stated (08-May-2017) plans by the Fiji and Australia Governments to update the countries air services agreement could substantially
Fiji Airways welcomed (08-May-2017) plans by the Fiji and Australia Governments to update the countries air services agreement to allow for increased passenger and freight capacity
Qantas share price reached its highest level since Feb-2008 on 08-May-2017, closing at AUD4.66 (USD3.44) or 3.1% higher for the session (ASX, 09-May-2017).
Air China filed (05-May-2017) an application with CAAC to launch three times weekly Beijing-Brisbane service with A330-200 aircraft from Oct-2017.
Fiji and Australia governments released (08-May-2017) plans to update the Fiji-Australia air services agreement and increase passenger and freight capacity between the two countries. Fiji Solicitor-General
Qantas plans to launch weekly Brisbane-Broome seasonal service from 11-Jun-2017 to 27-Aug-2017, with the service to operate with Boeing 737-800 aircraft, as per a 04-May-2016