SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - Aviation Week Network’s CAPA – Centre for Aviation, one of the world’s trusted and comprehensive sources of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry, has announced its new monthly digital series - CAPA Live, commencing 14-Oct-2020 and continuing throughout 2020 and 2021.
CAPA Live will feature comprehensive analysis and data insights delivered by CAPA’s expert analyst team and underpinned by the overwhelming expertise available across Aviation Week Network’s portfolio.
As is accustom to all CAPA events, CAPA Live will also include interviews with the highest calibre of aviation and corporate travel thought leaders who will share the latest developments, predict future trends and debate ongoing challenges. The digital series has already confirmed industry leaders including Emirates President Sir Tim Clark, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker, WestJet CEO Ed Sims and Jetstar Group CEO Gareth Evans.
CAPA Live will also provide a platform for industry interaction and reconnection with small group breakouts, exclusive Roundtable gatherings and online 1:1 networking opportunities available to CAPA Live delegates for the entire month.
CAPA Managing Director, Derek Sadubin said: “We are delighted to initiate our CAPA Live programme at a time where there is continuing uncertainty around in-person events. The aviation industry is craving regular insights and updates, which we can now deliver through this new format. The very best of CAPA will be on display each month: the latest news and trends, incisive and forward-looking CAPA analysis, airline CEO interviews and outlooks from key industry partners and experts.”
The first monthly CAPA Live will be released 14-Oct-2020 and delve into “aviation returning to the 1930s”. The conversation will continue in November to assess the “winners and losers” of the pandemic and welcome a variety of industry futurists to predict what aviation will look like in 2030 in a post COVID-19 world. The 2020 series will then round out in December with an industry outlook for the year ahead, before making its return in January 2021.