Extracts from the CAPA India Airline Outlook FY2022
We have run out of words to describe the state of Indian airlines. But as we have repeatedly emphasized, the industry is standing on the edge of a cliff. This is true even for airlines with access to large pools of capital. To know more or order your copy of the CAPA India Aviation Outlook FY2022, visit https://www.capaindia.com/outlook
CAPA Report: Resetting India’s Airport Planning & Execution Framework
June 2018: India will require a massive increase in airport capacity over the coming years and decades, But there is currently no entity with point-guard responsibility for strategic planning for the Indian airport system. Meanwhile, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) is over-burdened with multiple responsibilities. In this presentation, CAPA India outlines our proposal for a restructuring of the AAI’s governance and operational framework, under an independent new agency, the Airports Commission of India, responsible for developing a strategic vision, national master planning and productivity.
CAPA-Expedia India Outbound Travel Report
January 2018: CAPA and Expedia jointly developed this report to better define and understand the size, profile and drivers of the India outbound leisure travel market. It draws on new industry and consumer research. The report identifies key steps to unlocking demand for travel with respect to air connectivity, delivering value, simplifying visa requirements and investing in enhanced customer segmentation and product development. CAPA and Expedia identify the key growth markets, consider potential new leisure routes for low cost carriers and forecast tourist numbers in 2025 to the leading destinations.
Key Success Factors for Air India’s Privatisation
October 2017: Air India’s privatisation has the potential to be one of the most significant developments in the recent history of Indian aviation. The government’s exit from being a major airline operator will positively impact industry commercials and policy settings. But it will be a complex and challenging transaction. In this briefing note published in October 2017, CAPA outlined key success factors for the privatisation process.
CAPA Analytics: How Aviation has become a Rust Belt Industry while sitting on a Goldmine of Unused Data
Originally published in Airline Leader, September 2012: In this CAPA report, we highlight how airlines are sitting on a vast goldmine of largely unused data. Now is the time for them to leverage this valuable resource through data science and analytics to increase customer engagement through predictive modelling; enhance loyalty; optimise marketing campaigns; stimulate ancillary revenue; and sell retail merchandise to an affluent and captive audience, before intermediary companies intervene and grab these riches.