CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit

Flight Centre sees its corporate businesses as ‘well placed to break even on domestic and regional volumes’ despite ‘the most challenging trading environment’ ever

The Flight Centre brand is one of the most recognised in travel circles. The company, through its retail and corporate brands, provides a complete travel

What’s the outlook for aviation and travel? ‘Disruption on a massive scale’ as we remember aviation in the 1930s

“It’s hard to see much light in the gloom,” says CAPA – Centre for Aviation founder and chairman emeritus, Peter Harbison in his editorial in

China’s five building blocks of recovery – domestic travel closes in on normal levels, but it is not all that it seems

It seems hard to believe that this month Chinese domestic air capacity will return to levels comparable with last year, a sign of the recovery,

The recovery, resilience and restoration of Australian tourism – with international arrivals blocked there is a renewed domestic focus

Australia is a popular travel destination whether that is for business, leisure, or even perhaps a mixture of both. After all, for most international arrivals

Face-to-face meetings slipping further into future as the confidence of business travel planners wanes

According to the i-meet.com weekly survey of over 2000 business travel planners, their confidence in starting up face-to-face meetings has moved further and further away

CAPA Australia Pacific 2020 Aviation Summit – Virtual – 2 September, 2020

As a cornerstone and pre-eminent strategic event in the CAPA Summit global series, we are pleased to announce the return of the CAPA Australia Pacific

Looking back… 2019 was a packed year of insights from a record CAPA event programme

Behind the scenes it may have been a year of transition for CAPA – Centre for Aviation as it was integrated into the Aviation Week

Video of the week – Drones: adapting to a world of UAVs, what’s next?

While unmanned aircraft technology is not new, the thought of thousands of drones constantly buzzing around our skies still feels as if it belongs in

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