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CAPA predicts 60 per cent recovery in Australia’s domestic capacity by Christmas

CAPA’s Peter Harbison has whipped out his crystal ball and fortune teller cloak to offer some predictions on the future of commercial aviation Down Under.

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Aviation

Qantas increases international capacity cuts to nearly 90 per cent

by Christian Fleetwood

Qantas’ latest capacity reduction is its biggest since the coronavirus outbreak began.

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Hotels

CAPA 2019: experts discuss the future of travel in the Millennial economy

by Christian Fleetwood

According to a group of experts at this year’s CAPA Summit, there’s a greater need for hotels to be more dynamic. Read what they had to say here.

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Aviation

Flight shaming is not the answer, says Qantas CEO

by Ali Coulton

Alan Joyce has urged the industry to be outspoken in lessening its impact on the environment, much like Travel Weekly’s loud screeching whenever a colleague uses a single-use coffee cup.

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Aviation

“Australian aviation growth has ground to a halt”: CAPA chairman

by Ali Coulton

CAPA’s Aviation Summit began on a somewhat bleak note this morning, and it wasn’t just because Travel Weekly’s journo tripped over the projector cord.

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Aviation

“Jetstar has absolutely been a disruptor”: Gareth Evans talks super growth, Japan and rural flights

by Ali Coulton

We disrupted the CAPA Asia Pacific conference yesterday by showing up more than a few hours late to bring you this coverage. Please send ‘thank you’ cupcakes, we deserve them.

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Aviation

Google Flights is “bad for airline industry”

by Hannah Edensor

Does the rise of Google fill you with a hot fiery rage? We suggest avoiding this article and popping a couple of heartburn tablets.

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Aviation

CAPA unveils world’s best airline exec

by Hannah Edensor

And this year it’s an Aussie.

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Aviation

Joyce says stick to the rules

by Hannah Edensor

Qantas ceo Alan Joyce has admitted he’s “worried” about what the future of aviation looks like if competitors are given unfair advantages.

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News

Tourism Australia focused to optimise share of international tourism

Speaking at the CAPA gala dinner in Sydney last night, Tourism Australia chairman Geoff Dixon addressed how Australia will optimise […]

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News

Golden era of travel still going strong, says Flight Centre MD

The travel industry will continue to boom over the next 20 years, Flight Centre managing director Graham Turner has predicted […]

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News

Rebrand could be Malaysia Airlines saviour

Malaysia Airlines reputation requires a major rebuild following the two catastrophic events over the short period of time, with the […]

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