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John Moore is Chief Operating Officer at Elix Aviation Capital. He joined Elix in late 2017 as Chief Commercial Officer and assumed the role of COO in 2018. His career spans thirty years in the regional aviation industry, notably with aircraft manufacturer ATR for nearly twenty years, and at British Aerospace prior to joining ATR. For the past 10 plus years, just prior to joining Elix, John was Head of Global Sales for ATR.
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Embraer is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and is about to undergo a massive transformation following the Boeing acquisition. Ian Harbison reports from São José dos Campos
As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, Satu Dahl analyses the various scenarios that may come into play for the aviation industry
Paul E Eden takes a closer look at new Pratt & Whitney engine innovations from turboprop to narrowbody jet platforms
The Boeing’s 737MAX is the most significant grounding of an airliner for decades. Alan Dron looks at the impact to airlines

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Keith Mwanalushi
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Norwegian is the latest casualty over the MAX fiasco. The low cost carrier announced that it will terminate its transatlantic operations between Ireland and the United States in the wake of the MAX grounding.

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Multiple services agreements would support even more efficient 787 operations at Etihad