The Americas

Are Norwegian’s lofty ambitions opening Argentina’s eyes to growth potential?

While other Latin American airlines continue to struggle to gain access into Argentina, the government seems to be firmly backing the plans of Norwegian to

United Airlines wants to level the playing field with competitors on credit card margins

US airlines rack up millions in revenue from co-branded credit cards, and as United Airlines works feverishly to close revenue gaps with its peers American

Airline confidence at a 10 year high, although risks to outlook remain

IATA’s third Business Confidence survey for 2017 puts airline confidence at a 10 year high. In fact, no airline CFOs and heads of cargo interviewed

jetBlue’s nixing of certain OTAs supports its broad based cost cutting scheme

jetBlue’s decision to pull the plug on twelve online travel agencies (OTAs) is part of the airline’s broader strategy to shed USD250 million to USD300

Catch up on CAPA’s exclusive Market Analysis pieces – Tigerair Taiwan, Air Canada, airberlin, AirAsia Japan 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

United Airlines plans digital push

United Airlines is planning major upgrades to its app over the next few months as part of a digital push. Earlier this year, usage of

INSIGHT: Hub network dynamics differ among world’s leading airports

From an Air Service Development perspective a number of factors underpin air connectivity, ranging from geographical location and airport infrastructure to airline business models and

Primera Air adds Toronto to its transatlantic network after Canadian licence award

Scandinavian carrier Primera Air has confirmed the expected expansion of its long haul operation from the UK and France with the addition of flights to

Passenger traffic is expected to double by 2036 says IATA

Passenger numbers are expected to hit 7.8 billion in 2036, almost doubling from the 4 billion expected in 2017, says the International Air Transport Association

Air Passengers seek more technology to give them more control over their travel experience

It is no real surprise to learn that the results of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) 2017 Global Passenger Survey (GPS) has revealed that

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