Articles tagged “capa”

American Airlines’ CEO Calls Delta’s Air Traffic Control Plan ‘Harmful to Us’

American Airlines’ CEO Calls Delta’s Air Traffic Control Plan ‘Harmful to Us’

Michael Sasso and Mary Schlangenstein, Bloomberg

Parker's kidding himself if he thinks Delta is concerned about anything beyond its own offices. There's a reason Delta was kicked out of Airlines for America, and it's not because the airline was too consumer-centric.

3 years ago

Aviation Summit in Iran Highlights Tourism Push

Aviation Summit in Iran Highlights Tourism Push

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Investors from the Middle East, Europe, and Asia are salivating at the prospect of breaking into the long-closed Iranian travel and tourism market. The CAPA Iran Aviation Summit is the first look for a broad base of business interests. They will have to gauge the risks that come along with Iran's foreign policy.

3 years ago

Can Airline Alliances Still Deliver Value to Passengers?

Can Airline Alliances Still Deliver Value to Passengers?

Marisa Garcia, Skift

The declining value of cross-over loyalty programs aside, alliances offer benefits to long-haul customers making connections, but their politics make reaching consensus among members on products and services difficult. As the growth of joint ventures, and other airline collaborations show, there are other ways airlines can deliver value to customers and a seamless passenger experience.

3 years ago

Time to Have a Second Look at Airport Advertising

Time to Have a Second Look at Airport Advertising

CAPA - Centre For Aviation

Airport passengers are the epitome of a captured market. There's plenty smart advertisers can do to speak to them while they wait.

4 years ago

Three companies we admire in travel business information

Three companies we admire in travel business information

Rafat Ali, Skift

Travel business information is a huge industry with mostly sub-standard and sub-scaled players. But these three stand out for their quality.

6 years ago