With the industry beginning to show some early, positive signs of recovery in the form of easing travel restrictions, there is a question of what normal looks like moving forward. Significant developments in the Australian aviation market suggest tha...

Recently IATA Chief Executive Officer, Alexandre de Juniac, was quoted saying “Cheap travel is over”. This was the summary of a response provided to a question asked about how social distancing on aircraft would impact fares and yields for airlines....

October 1, 2019

Earlier this month, Jetstar announced plans to halt its turboprop services in New Zealand citing continued losses and weak outlook in the market. When the services were first launched in 2015, they were heralded by the market, due in large part to th...

Earlier this month Qantas announced plans to introduce the A321 passenger to freighter (A321P2F) conversion aircraft into its fleet. The aircraft is expected to arrive in October of 2020 according to industry sources.

Whilst airline fleets are constan...

July 15, 2019

The answer depends on what part of the market you’re looking at. There are a lot of discussions taking place, both in Australia and globally, about a slowdown in aviation growth. As one example, Airport Council International’s Monthly World Airport T...

March 3, 2019

With biometric technology advancing quickly, it’s predicted that in just in a few years from now, passengers will need only their face to go through all airport processes such as check-in, baggage drop, security and boarding. This technology would ma...

On 1 June 2018, Jetgo, the Brisbane-based regional and charter airline went into voluntary administration. Since it started operations, Jetgo had quickly become a significant player in regional Australia and in this blog we examine the impact this wi...

May 28, 2018

There has been a lot of media coverage and discussion lately about airport privatisations across the developed and developing world. In speaking with other industry colleagues, it is evident that there is a need for market driven decisions when it co...

March 8, 2018

With commodity prices starting to pick up again and talks about increases in mine production volumes, I thought examining the relationship between coal and passenger traffic at Queensland’s resource focused airports would be helpful and hopefully yie...

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