CAPA – ACTE Event

CAPA and ACTE set to host 2018’s largest gathering of corporate travel executives in the southern hemisphere

Following sold out conferences in New York, Singapore and Rio this year, the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) will, in partnership with CAPA –

Will Brexit will be a disaster for UK airlines? The clock has started ticking!

After years of operating – highly successfully – within the single skies of Europe, UK-registered airlines are imminently threatened by the prospect of withdrawal of

Cobalt Air looks at hub and long haul business strategies to beat Cyprus seasonality

Independent Cypriot carrier Cobalt Air was recognised at the recent CAPA – Centre for Aviation Awards for Excellence as the Airline Start-Up of the Year.

Disruption in distribution – We speak to the industry!

Airline sales and distribution practices are evolving at a mind numbing rate. Apps are being developed that utilise the power of artificial intelligence combined with

Technology running amok: what impact will recent innovations have on airline retailing? CAPA-ACTE Global Summit insights

A host of new apps and techniques are being developed across the spectrum of retailing, payments and generally controlling customer behaviour – or at least

The future of alliances and partnerships – We speak to the industry!

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

Can airlines deliver what corporates want? CAPA-ACTE Global Summit insights

What are the key ingredients in matching product with market needs? Is it Customer service, reliability, prices, connectivity? These are all essentials, but they often

Low Cost Long Haul – Will it work? We speak to the industry!

The topic of low cost long haul is a major buzz in the aviation sector as airlines take advantage of the efficiency of new generation

Aviation Infrastructure: adding new facilities against enormous odds – CAPA-ACTE Global Summit insights

It is a popular refrain that there has been no new runway added in the UK since WWII – although many unused and underused airports

NCTPS preparing New Caledonian tourism industry for initial influx of Chinese visitors

Nouvelle-Calédonie Tourisme Point Sud (NCTPS) reported (12-Oct-2017 ) the reception of Approved Destination Status by China will see it intensify promotional work and coordination with the Chinese tourism

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