The carrier foresees a return of normal summer vacation flying - the most promising sign yet that a recovery might finally be underway in the airline industry after some false starts.
Demand has been building for a long time now, and data says all those eager travelers are most likely to fly with airlines providing a safe journey.
Tracking new routes and flights is one of the last old-school tricks to lower ticket prices that still works. Expect plenty of deals to Hawaii in 2020.
In projecting likely outcomes as the COVID-19 coronavirus disrupts all previous predictions, CAPA has turned to our data partners, some of the best forward indicator data sources in aviation:
Understanding where and when air travel demand starts moving will be essential to the aviation industry reset.
As air travel skids along the bottom of a deep demand depression, all eyes are peeled for signs of recovery. When will passenger levels return to pre-Covid-19 levels? What shape will recovery take? Are there green shoots? Where are they sprouting?
As the COVID-19 coronavirus quietly emerged from the shadows in Wuhan and the news started to spread, CAPA's analysis shows airlines searches ("shopping") closely tracked its development, as illustrated in 3Victors data.
The coronavirus has many homebound travelers thinking about an inexpensive vacation once social distancing eases.
Demand for guidance on how to bring back business travel is immense. Some new resources could help companies get started.
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There may be a pandemic going on, but some airlines are still promoting summer travel with discounted tickets.