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As several low cost and regional carriers expand operations and add new bases, Keith Mwanalushi looks at how some airlines and training academies are working to meet the demand for new cabin crew
There were some positive trends in America’s airline industry last year, and projections for this year are relatively upbeat. However, there is a cautious tone about the operating environment ahead, as Keith Mwanalushi finds
Loganair is ending its longstanding franchise agreement with Flybe, opting instead to go it alone. Martin Rivers looks at the possible options while a new business strategy is being finalised
Indian low-fare operator SpiceJet has been through a significant transformation since late 2014 when it came near to closure. Now, the airline has committed to its biggest order to date. Neelam Mathews reports from New Delhi
Angus Mackay and Stuart Rubin from ICF International analyse the market for the Saab 340B. Despite there still being a good number in active service, the turboprop has had a challenging history


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Although we are not yet at the stage where biofuels will replace traditional fuels, there is a clear collective ambition by airlines to push for sustainable alternative aviation jet fuels – mostly biojet fuels

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International Airlines Group (IAG) is launching LEVEL - a new low cost longhaul airline brand that will take to the skies in June 2017 with flights from Barcelona to Los Angeles, San Francisco (Oakland), Buenos Aires and Punta Cana.