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Introducing ‘CAPA – Centre for Aviation’ – a new brand for a new era
The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation has been re-launched as CAPA – Centre for Aviation, to reflect its commitment to providing unrivalled global aviation news coverage, analysis and value-added data services.
"Our new brand, CAPA – Centre for Aviation, reflects our coverage of all the world’s major aviation markets and our expanding global client base. It’s an exciting time for CAPA. We will continue to provide the best available coverage of the vital Asia Pacific market, but our global team now help spread our wings across the world”, said Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison.
In addition to 250 global news stories every working day, delivered to readers via tailored CAPA Alerts, the CAPA website offers up-to-date profiles on every airport, airline, country and region worldwide. The profiles are complete with fleet, schedule, fares and traffic data from recognised leading providers, delivered with attractive graphical interfaces, to help businesses keep up with client and competitor activity, build awareness of business opportunities and grow their aviation knowledge.
New features on the CAPA website include:
CAPA Capacity Analyser: Builds airline capacity plans for any route or country pair worldwide for the next six months.
CAPA Traffic Benchmark: Compares monthly traffic performance for airline and airport peers.
CAPA Rankings: Creates lists of the biggest airlines, airports or routes by various capacity measures now and in the future.
CAPA Form 41 Analyser: Compares US airline quarterly financial and traffic performance.
CAPA Share Price Analyser: Compares share price performance between various airlines and airports.
To book your personalised tour of the new CAPA website please click here.
* The travel voucher offer is for a minimum 2-user license for CAPA Membership signed up and paid for by 31 October 2011
CAPA's global coverage
Examples of CAPA’s recent worldwide analysis include:
Thai Airways to use Thai Smile to fight back at AirAsia and rapid LCC growth in Thailand
Europe's fringe carriers look for partners to overcome financial crisis
JetBlue touts Boston, Caribbean to investors
Avianca benefits in Colombia from restructuring at new LAN subsidiary Aires
Airport passenger traffic strong but freight downturn a cause for concern: ACI
The busiest US air market is dominated by Southwest as others continue to cut-back
Lufthansa outgrowing Emirates again this September. World's leading airlines in growth mode
Airline profitability falls by 60% in 2Q2011, as weak consumer confidence hits the sector
Some readers' comments on our re-brand
Congratulations to CAPA on your rebranding. May it continue to be an important source of aviation news. Wishing you success ahead - Ivan Tan, Changi Airport Group
CAPA has demonstrated a strong commitment to work with their customers to regularly assess and improve upon their offering, ensuring that the product is always fresh and relevant, John Sharp, General Manager, Air Service Development, Greater Toronto Airports Authority
As a global company with a footprint in more than 160 countries, it is absolutely essential to have access to information and data from all parts of the world on a timely and accurate basis. CAPA’s coverage and reporting absolutely meets our requirements, Ian Heywood, Head of Strategic Planning, Global Supplier Services, Travelport
Visit CAPA - http://centreforaviation.com