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Volume 8, July 2013 | Contents

Berne bright bookmark
It’s a tough time to be a small, start-up airline. But SkyWork is determined to succeed, discovers Martin Roebuck
Freight: friend or foe? bookmark
There are numerous ways for short-haul passenger carriers to boost revenues. But with a weak market and heavy competition, is cargo worth it – and what is the best way to manage it? Alexandra Lennane reports
Heading south bookmark
New entrants are once again trying to start up in the challenging South African market. But with a state-supported legacy carrier, high fuel and airport costs and limited passenger numbers, can they succeed? Keith Mwanalushi finds out
High in the Americas bookmark
While US carriers are seeing a resurgence in growth, there are big changes afoot in Canada too, with old players learning new tricks. Meanwhile, South America is becoming increasingly enticing. Ian Putzger reports from Toronto
Life beyond Malév bookmark
One Hungarian low-cost carrier is eyeing underdeveloped eastern markets as a platform for growth, finds Martin Roebuck
What's new bookmark
Flybe's French lashes out, Monarch puts the fun back in flying, Ryanair signs deal with Adara, how to get a free upgrade, and much more
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