This year the Corporate Travel Community (CTC) will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights


This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available

Country Insight: #28 – Colombia

This year The Blue Swan Daily will countdown the world’s 100 largest aviation markets based upon departure seats in 2018. Here, using the extensive profile

From out of season incentives to wider exploration – cities work to address ever expanding overtourism

From overcrowding on Mount Everest to a glut of tourists triggering a ‘Poppy Apocalypse’ in California, ‘overtourism’ is gaining traction in the mainstream media. Cruise

Colombia to emulate Brazil with a ‘block concession’ procedure for Cali and four other airports

Colombia is reported to be planning to launch a block concession process for Cali Alfonso Bonilla Aragon airport which also includes the smaller Buenaventura, Armenia

Carlson Wagonlit predicts a generally positive outlook for Latin America in 2019 with small declines in hotel rates and airfares

Although projections for Latin America’s economic performance in 2019 show 2.3% growth, both hotel rates and airfares are expected to drop, according to new research

Airline Insight: Viva Air Colombia

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the

New Bogota Airport challenges competitive conventions as it will see old and new operate alongside one another

The tender for the long-awaited New Bogota (El Dorado II) Airport will commence by Aug-2018 according to Colombia’s Minister of Transport, German Cardona. The COP3

Latest tax proposal on Bogota’s passengers puts Colombia’s competitiveness in jeopardy 

Taxation is a long-standing challenge for airlines operating in Latin America, and industry advocates are warning a proposed new tax on Bogota’s passengers could jeopardise

International visitors fuel tourism demand in Colombia’s capital of Bogota 

Colombia is Latin America’s third largest air travel market behind Mexico and Brazil, and  the country’s capital city, Bogota, represents 29% of Colombia’s tourism activity,

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