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Safety does it
Cabin safety is achieved through a range of equipment as specialised as ground-sensing evacuation slides or as basic as the humble first-aid kit. Regardless of the situation, however, well-trained crew are an operator’s most valuable cabin safety asset, as Paul E. Eden discovers
Sky high couture
Uniforms are one of the most powerful symbols of an airline’s brand, but do airlines today still put enough emphasis on fabric, form and style? Keith Mwanalushi talks to Teresa Stedman, a leading specialist in the field
Q&A: At the leading edge
Jost Lammers has been the chief executive officer of Budapest Airport since December 1, 2007. Previously he was managing director commercial for Dusseldorf Airport Ground Handling, and, in 2005, was appointed chairman of the management board

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Jose Pevida
CRRC 2015 review: Cabin refurbishment, FAA approvals


27 - 30 September
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)'s Annual Conference 2015
San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA
19 - 22 September
World Routes 2015
Durban International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa

Airport spotlight

Vagar Airport

2012 was the busiest year ever in the history of Vagar Airport. 225,532 passengers passed through the terminal, the highest number in the history of the airport. The figure was some 10.8% higher than in 2011.

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Avianca commits to 100 A32...
Avianca Holdings S.A. has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Airbus for 100 A320neo Family aircraft
JAL signs definitive agree...
Deliveries scheduled to commence in 2021

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