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Editor's Comment
The Editorial Comment in the January 2019 issue looked at the opportunities and challenges presented by the long range of the Airbus A321LR. The manufacturer has just upped the ante with the A321XLR, which can push out to 4,700nm, with flight times around nine to ten hours. This makes passenger wellbeing even more of a priority, especially in high density configurations.
Route to growth
Since 2017, long-established Scottish regional airline Loganair has been successfully operating in its own right. Satu Dahl talks to Loganair’s Managing Director Jonathan Hinkles about the airline’s strategy for future growth
Digital revolution
Paul E Eden speaks to the key players in the MRO software market and finds that new technology will be critical to operations
Flying green
Satu Dahl reports from Sweden on her ‘Perfect Flight’ experience with Swedish regional airline BRA with the lowest possible carbon emissions
Nifty at fifty
Following the official launch of Bombardier’s CRJ550 regional jet, Alan Dron looks at the strategic reasons for the development of this new variant and where it fits into the Bombardier CRJ product range
Route to Budapest
Budapest Airport has recently made headlines for all the right reasons. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to Kam Jandu, the airport’s Chief Commercial Officer about its unstoppable rise
Twin peaks
Angus Mackay and Stuart Rubin from ICF provide a market review of the twin-engined Airbus A330 that has proved popular with long haul, low cost airlines
Playing nice
For years Ryanair has been the ‘bad boy’ of the airline industry, but with attitudes changing and profits growing, Europe’s largest carrier looks ready to conquer new frontiers. Alan Dron reports
'C-ing' is believing
With a clean-sheet design aimed at the 100-150 seat segment, Bombardier’s C Series family is slated to compete with Airbus and Boeing, as well as Embraer. Stephanie Taylor evaluates how the programme has been faring since commercial operations began
Thrusting forward
Engine OEMs are challenged to improve dispatch reliability and reduce maintenance costs for airlines. Keith Mwanalushi looks at how PowerJet and CFM International’s new engines are measuring up
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