Aviation Elevated gives lectures at Cranfield University and London Metropolitan University

Our team gave a lecture at London Metropolitan University on the 12th of January 2021. The lecture covered the evolution of Global Distribution Systems and their new direction under IATA’s New Distribution Capability. The team’s lecture follows another lecture at Cranfield University late last year where we dissected Airline Network Economics for airlines of varying […]

Why European aviation won’t and shouldn’t be the same after Covid

While in our previous article we discussed to what extent fear of flying, travel restrictions and the economic downturn may have contributed to the substantial drop in demand for aviation, in this article we will discuss why the European airline industry will be and should be different post recovery. Europe’s large population, yet fragmented political […]

Global Pandemic: Where has demand gone?

As Covid-19 ravaged the global economy airlines were among – or were – the hardest hit victims of Coronavirus. As 2020 is nearing its end, multiple vaccines are promising to offer new horizons from as early as Easter 2021. The media and trade media have been full of predictions of when normality may return to […]