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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
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
LEVEL playing
New kid on the block LEVEL is the latest carrier to join the long-haul low cost market. Stephanie Taylor analyses the airline’s strategy in comparison to that of reigning Norwegian
Editor's note — July 2017
Not sitting comfortably
This year’s Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg signalled a backlash by airlines against the continuing delivery and quality problems they are experiencing due to supply chain management issues. Ian Harbison caught up with senior executives from GEVEN and Iacobucci who are looking to benefit
Editorial comment - July 2017
It’s good to see that the C919 has finally taken off. Could this be a small step towards COMAC becoming a competitor for Airbus and Boeing, in my lifetime? Maybe not, but having another contender in the race can only be a good thing for aircraft operators looking at this market segment
Qazaq's social service
Martin Rivers speaks to the CEO of Kazakhstan’s government-owned airline, Qazaq Air, about flying above economic turbulence, a popular social mandate and the quest for profitability
African promises
Africa is a region of immense prospects, and while this has been known for decades, there are still some unique challenges. Keith Mwanalushi looks at the current landscape of the airline industry
Maximising software value
With airlines seeking greater efficiencies in maintenance management, utilising the right software has become an essential element, as Keith Mwanalushi discovers
Sizing up
Budget airlines are encroaching on the traditional territory of full service carriers while getting cheaper funding from banks. David Carruthers, Head of Research at Credit Benchmark, analyses the implications
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