Aviation industry set to descend on Brisbane at the 2023 CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of aviation market intelligence and a part of the Aviation Week Network, announces that its Australia Pacific Aviation Summit 2023 will be held in Brisbane, Australia over 14-15 September 2023.
The event, to be hosted in conjunction with Brisbane Airport Corporation, will bring CAPA’s home event to Brisbane for a two-day summit exploring the key strategic issues facing airlines, airports, and the wider travel industry in the region.
A combination of engaging presentations, keynotes from industry executives and thought leaders, high-level interviews, panel discussions and Q&A sessions will provide unparalleled insights into the local and global trends shaping the regional air travel industry.
CAPA’s Airline Leader Summit in Budapest set to bring together more airline CEOs than ever
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of aviation market intelligence and a part of the Aviation Week Network, announces that the CAPA Airline Leader Summit series returns in 2023 with the ‘Airlines in Transition’ event.
The lead event in CAPA’s 2023 global summit series, to be held on 16-17 March in Budapest, Hungary, will examine the most important aspects of the global aviation market as air travel exits the pandemic era and moves towards full recovery.
The two-day summit will gather CEOs and other executives from hundreds of airlines, airports, and key industry suppliers from across the globe. CAPA’s marque event, the Airline Leader Summit provides a unique opportunity to gain high level strategic insight and in-depth understanding of global aviation, as well as unique and valuable networking opportunities.
The focus for the 2023 edition of the summit will be the key changes and ongoing challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the industry, as well as examining the competitive responses and adaptations to new market realities.
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of aviation market intelligence and a part of the Aviation Week Network, announces that its CAPA Americas Aviation and LCCs Summit will be held in Ontario, California, over 26-27 April 2023.
The event, hosted by the Ontario International Airport Authority, is part of CAPA’s benchmark regional summit series, exploring the key strategic issues facing airlines, airports, and the wider travel industry in North America, as well as exploring wider global developments and sector-specific challenges.
Few segments of the travel sector have managed to recover from the COVID-19 slump as quickly or as thoroughly as in North America.
However, the pandemic has also produced significant changes in the way people work and consume travel and related services. These structural changes are dynamic and ongoing, producing new realities for the travel industry in the Americas.
The 2023 edition of the Americas Aviation and LCCs Summit will feature CAPA’s own market-leading intelligence, combined with high-level strategic insight on aviation and travel from a diverse range of viewpoints.
The world’s top aviation leaders announced at the CAPA World Aviation Awards for Excellence
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of aviation market intelligence and a part of the Aviation Week Network, recognised United Airlines, Viva Aerobus, PLAY, Loganair and leaders from Emirates Airline and Wizz Air at the 2022 CAPA World Aviation Awards for Excellence in Gibraltar this evening (01-Dec-2022).
The award winners were presented at a gala dinner aboard the Sunborn Yacht Hotel Gibraltar, attended by over 150 of the region’s aviation luminaries and part of the 2022 CAPA World Aviation Summit.
Regarded as the pre-eminent awards for strategic excellence in aviation, CAPA first established the awards in 2003, to recognise successful airlines and airports across the world.
CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Content & Marketing Director, Marco Navarria said: “The CAPA World Aviation Awards for Excellence are intended to recognise strategic leadership and success across airlines, airports, executives and the wider aviation industry. The winners include organisations that are not only delivering results but have also provided industry leadership in adjusting to a new environment. At a time of industry upheaval, our winners are adopting strategies that offer new directions for others to take up”.
Global sustainable aviation leaders announced at the CAPA Environmental Sustainability Awards 2022
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of aviation market intelligence and a part of the Aviation Week Network, recognised Wizz Air, Cebu Pacific, Delta Air Lines, Volaris and Etihad Airways among the globe’s top airlines at CAPA’s annual Environmental Sustainability Awards for Excellence in Singapore this evening (03-Nov-2022).
The eight award winners were presented at a gala dinner at the Capella, attended by over 150 of the region’s aviation luminaries and part of the 2022 CAPA Asia Aviation Summit.
In 2021 CAPA, along with its partner Envest Global, launched its inaugural Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Report, pioneering the world’s most effective evaluation of airline carbon emissions.
To coincide with the 2022 report launch, CAPA evolved its Asia Awards for Excellence into the CAPA Sustainability Awards for Excellence.
CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Content & Marketing Director, Marco Navarria said: “The CAPA Aviation Sustainability Awards for Excellence uses a range of independent data and analysis to recognise those airlines and partners in the travel chain who have demonstrated clear leadership, innovation and commitment to sustainability initiatives. These winners are helping to generate the positive momentum that is needed to drive the whole industry forward towards its environmental goals.”
CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Information Services Director, Sharon Dai said: “CAPA and Envest Global remain committed to providing objective, data-driven assessment of the sustainability performance of the world’s airlines, and being the single source of truth for key industry stakeholders. In this second iteration of report, we analysed the actual sustainability performance of the world’s 100 largest airlines in 2021, representing more than 70% of the global commercial aviation emissions.
“In another world first, we are proud to introduce the CAPA/Envest Airline Sustainability Rating system, which rates and ranks each airline’s sustainability performance relative to other airlines. The industry's ambitious and essential goal to achieve net zero emissions will place airline business models under extraordinary pressure. Those that wish to survive and prosper will need reliable data, benchmarking and analysis from trusted sources.”
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of aviation market intelligence and a part of the Aviation Week Network, announces its full program of aviation and travel events for 2023.
With six major in-person events across six locations, the 2023 event calendar will deliver unmatched depth and coverage of the aviation and travel industry.
The calendar also features the landmark Corporate Travel Summits from CAPA’s sister brand, the Corporate Travel Community, at the events in Singapore and Hong Kong.
New CAPA Report evaluates 52 of the top airlines based on sustainability benchmarks
- Cutting emissions from business travel is increasingly important
- Corporations globally are transitioning to net zero carbon operations
- They are also focusing on the sustainability performance of their suppliers
- CAPA and Envest have produced a detailed guide to help assess and choose the most sustainable airlines
As corporations intensify efforts to cut their carbon emissions, they are focusing not only on their own activities, but also those of their suppliers.
A key target is to reduce the carbon emissions generated by business travel, by choosing airlines and other providers with strong sustainability credentials.
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA) the world’s most trusted source of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industries, and a division of the Aviation Week Network (AWN) together with carbon reduction strategist Envest Global, has now produced a comprehensive report to help corporations identify and assess airlines based on their demonstrated emission reductions.
Aviation executives to say ‘Olá’ to Salvador, Brazil in August at the CAPA Latin America Summit
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry and part of the Aviation Week Network, is thrilled to be taking its signature Latin America summit to Salvador, Brazil on 25/26-Aug-2022.
Announced during CAPA’s first event of the year, the CAPA Airline Leader Summit in Manchester today, the CAPA Latin Americas Aviation & LCCs Summit event will form part of its regional summit series, in partnership with hosts City of Salvador and Salvador Bahia Airport.
Tapping into the post-COVID-19 aviation industry across Latin America the event will address the latest developments, challenges and strategic issues facing the aviation sector, plus include a new injection of stimulating discussion on the evolving LCC market.
CAPA launches 2022 event calendar with Airline Leader Summit - Airlines in Transition in Manchester
CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA), the world’s most trusted source of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry and part of the Aviation Week Network, has announced that it will resume its cornerstone CAPA Airline Leader Summit – Airlines in Transition with the event bookmarked for 7/8-Apr-2022 in Manchester, England.
Hosted by Manchester Airports Group (MAG) at the exclusive Carden Park Hotel Golf Resort & Spa, the Summit will be one of the first events in CAPA’s regional event series for the year as they return to in-person events. The event is also due to be streamed to CAPA’s ever-expanding virtual audience of 8,700+ subscribers via CAPA Live.
A number of headline speakers have already been confirmed to attend the Summit including: Emirates President Sir Tim Clark, KLM President & CEO Pieter Elbers, SAS President & CEO Anko van der Werff, Ethiopian CEO Tewolde GebreMariam and easyJet COO Peter Bellew.
HM Government of Gibraltar and CAPA - Centre for Aviation, the world’s most trusted source of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry and part of the Aviation Week Network, is pleased to announce, that Gibraltar will host the CAPA World Aviation Summit & Awards for Excellence in December 2022.
Returning after three years of absence due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2-day Summit will draw hundreds of aviation and travel representatives from around the world, supported with a live stream of the event available to those unable to attend in-person.