TRANSFORMATIONAL STRATEGIES for Network Design and Revenue Management — By Nawal Taneja

DISCLAIMER NOTE; this is not my primary content of ownership, but rather a sharing of another’s work. All rights reserved, alongside many thanks to CAPA and Mr Taneja for such insightful opinions. ———– IT IS CLEAR THAT AIRLINES know and understand the rationale and value for fundamental transformation. However, when it comes to actual changes, the strategies tend to be (a) incremental in nature rather than transformational, and (b) relatively slow in the timing of their implementation. Both aspects are understandable given that (a) airlines operate within a complex web of regulations and other externalities, some of which are unique … Continue reading TRANSFORMATIONAL STRATEGIES for Network Design and Revenue Management — By Nawal Taneja

Working with a legacy; new liveries, re-branding and the refresh

Cathay Pacific has unveiled a subtle change to its aircraft livery that chief executive Ivan Chu says “represents the beginning of a new era” for the Hong Kong-based aviation powerhouse. Cathay says the livery represented a “timeless, yet contemporary, elegance” that blended … Continue reading Working with a legacy; new liveries, re-branding and the refresh

UNRELATED – Proposal: NSW Major Projects Conference – 24-25/11/15 (Sydney)

A meet and greet of high-profile officials from Transport for NSW, the NSW Government, the Federal Government, Private Investors and Private Corporations contributing to NSW’s Infrastructure and facilitation for Sydney’s growth onto the world stage. Aviation development (a key interest on … Continue reading UNRELATED – Proposal: NSW Major Projects Conference – 24-25/11/15 (Sydney)