Analysis

CWT finds technology and relationships are key to business travel success

Carlson Wagonlit Travel recently released its CWT Connected Traveller Study, highlighting the top technology used by business travellers, the top benefits of business travel, how

European border control checks are adding around one hour to average aircraft processing times

Air transport associations have sent an open letter to the European Council requesting the urgent need to resolve border control delays across Europe. The imposition

Where in the world are the Whisperjets?

Fleet renewal projects at major operators across Europe mean that numerous BAe 146 and Avro RJ regional jetliners are now starting to come out of

Catch up on CAPA’s exclusive Market Analysis pieces – Icelandair, Spirit Airlines, GOL Airlines and more

Every week, CAPA – Centre for Aviation, produces informative, thought provoking and detailed market analysis of the aviation industry. With supporting data included in every

Waking up to the pilot shortage issue… the problem is now

For years there has been much talk about the looming shortage of pilots, but it is becoming clear that unless some immediate action is taken

Waking up to the pilot shortage issue… the problem is now

For years there has been much talk about the looming shortage of pilots, but it is becoming clear that unless some immediate action is taken

Uber – disrupting itself?

Transportation Network Company Uber, surely the best known globally of the TNCs, is frequently in the news for one reason or another. Earlier this year

WOW air uses Iceland to bridge transatlantic divide for smaller US communities

Icelandic low-fare carrier WOW air is to expand its network in the United States with the introduction of new flights from its Reykjavik hub at

Emirates faces a big dilemma – how do you replace the A380?

With continued slow sales – or should that be non-existent sales – of the Airbus A380 over the past two years and it looking increasingly

Delta Air Lines fills Lagos – New York void as it grows its network out of Africa

US major Delta Air Lines will add a three times weekly link to the Nigerian city of Lagos during summer 2018, complementing its existing flight

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