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The 737 MAX is the fastest-selling aircraft in Boeing history and one year after the first commercial delivery, Keith Mwanalushi reports that operations are living up to expectations
Good relations between airlines and ground handlers are crucial for achieving turnaround targets and Alan Dron finds that new technologies are changing some traditional ramp procedures
For some time, the airline industry has faced a crucial pilot shortage but now, training providers are expanding their facilities and are investing in new partnerships to meet demand. Rob Coppinger reports
Although the overall aircraft finance market encompasses a wide variety of financiers, smaller regional carriers often have difficulties accessing aircraft financing but, as Keith Mwanalushi finds, change is in the air
Airlines in Africa face multiple challenges, but the region is still the next big area of opportunity and there is optimism that things are looking up, as Keith Mwanalushi reports


Keith Mwanalushi
Just a few years ago the thought of long haul travel on 737s and the A320 family of jets was pretty much obscure but widely anticipated with the pending arrival of associated technologies and efficiencies.

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