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Satu Dahl reports from Sweden on her ‘Perfect Flight’ experience with Swedish regional airline BRA with the lowest possible carbon emissions
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GAL Aerospace is responding to demand in the regional aircraft cabin upgrade market. Keith Mwanalushi looks at some of the optimised solutions the company has on offer
Marja Aalto is responsible for the regional air transportation development in the Tampere Region. She has been working in her current position since 2015. Prior to Marja’s appointment to the Tampere Region, she worked for the airline industry in Finland since 1995. Marja has experience throughout the airline field from planning and sales – all the way to flight operations. Her present position is a marketing and sales focused role aimed at generating new business and air traffic to the Tampere Region.
Paul E Eden speaks to the key players in the MRO software market and finds that new technology will be critical to operations
Africa is an expensive place for airlines to do business. Having the right fleet strategy, access to finance and a harmonised regulatory system are all crucial for air transport to develop. Keith Mwanalushi reports

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It has certainly been a turbulent time for Boeing and its 737 MAX product line since the fatal crash of the Ethiopian flight 302 in March, and even more so for the families that lost loved ones.

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