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The October issue of Low Cost & Regional Airline Business is now online

Posted on 4 September 2018

The October issue of Low Cost & Regional Airline Business is now online

 

In this issue we find out what lies ahead for Bombardier’s C Series, now that the family of aircraft is in the hands of Airbus. The leadership team announced for the joint venture going forward includes many of the Bombardier leadership team with President Fred Cromer predicting the partnership will allow the programme to achieve its full potential and change the way people think about the C Series.

 

We look at how the maintenance industry is improving efficiency and adding value to operations now that an increasing OEM interest in aftermarket services, tailored support, training and real-time, paperless IT processes has shaped MRO provision over the past 12 months.

 

 

The global airline industry is on the cusp of a connectivity revolution. With budget carriers moving into the long haul arena, we find that inflight entertainment and connectivity brings new opportunities, including broadband access revenues, e-commerce opportunities, advertising and premium content. 

 

Other articles in this issue include:

 

At the leading edge: Q&A
Abdol Moaberry, founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of GA Telesis talks about what’s in store for the company, including its connection to the airline industry, its current MRO capabilities and his forecast regarding demand for aircraft spare parts. 

 

News analysis: Domestic ambitions
Indonesian carrier TransNusa is adding more ATRs to its fleet to meet demand for domestic operations. We speak to Managing Director Bayu Sutanto.

 

Ancillary revenue: Opportunity rising
Airlines are examining all options when it comes to monetising the vast data they generate from their operations. Experts explain what are the possible revenue opportunities. 

 

Check-in management: Baggage only 
Self-service is now commonplace at airports, especially self-check-in, and by all indications the rate of adoption is growing fast, with biometrics being the future when it comes to manual checks at bag drop and check-in at the gate. 

 

Read the full issue at www.lowcostandregional.com or download the app – search for Air Transport Publications.