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Turkish delights
Often referred to as the fourth Middle Eastern carrier, Turkish Airlines has grown revenues five-fold since 2010, and the country’s government has ambitious logistical plans. But Turkey’s geographical benefits are offset by the cons of being in the midst of a region in crisis. Combined with a weakening economy, is the airline still well-placed to grow? Martin Rivers talks to senior vice president, Ali Turk
The feel-good factor
India has long been on many companies’ wishlists, but has never quite managed to unlock its potential. Now, with the government’s Make in India campaign and a boom in e-commerce, Jet Airways is looking to get its first freighter in the air, with more potentially on the way, as Alex Lennane discovers
Growing without pain?
Uli Ogiermann has overseen enormous change as head of Qatar Airways Cargo. Not only is the carrier’s capacity growing, but its headcount is too, with more executives being lured to the wealthy upstart. Alexandra Lennane reports

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Aéroports de Paris is one of the few airport groups worldwide to cover the entire air transport industry, owning and operating three airports in the Paris Region: Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget.

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