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Volume 10, October 2015 | Contents

A load of IT bookmark
Technological innovation in air cargo has been a drag. But now, even budget carriers are investing in more advanced cargo systems. Ian Putzger finds out why
An inside job bookmark
Low-cost airlines are more likely to depend on third-party providers for their maintenance needs, but for larger carriers like Ryanair the strategy is quite the opposite. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to the Irish carrier’s Chief Operations Officer, Mick Hickey
Editorial comment – October 2015 bookmark
Costly delays
It is not unusual for airlines to be summoned to court, but when Ryanair is taking centre stage, you can be sure it will be quite a spectacle – in fact, more entertaining than any courtroom drama on television.
Longhaul trek bookmark
London Stansted Airport is a magnet for European low-cost operations. But as Keith Mwanalushi discovers, regional services are part of a much longer route strategy
Low-cost drive bookmark
The budget airline sector across the Americas continues to be a dynamic environment. Ian Putzger gives a round-up of recent developments, from North to South
Playing catch up bookmark
As the MRJ prepares for its maiden flight, Mitsubishi officials are globetrotting to drum up support for the first Japanese-built small passenger jet. Keith Mwanalushi follows their progress
Power trip bookmark
From lease transactions to maintenance support, engine management is a crucial area for airlines. Keith Mwanalushi looks closer at the emerging trends in engine leasing and MRO
Q&A: At the leading edge bookmark
Bjørn Kjos, Chief Executive Officer, Norwegian Air Shuttle
Aviation has been a central part of Bjørn Kjos's life since childhood. After two years of pilot training in Mississippi and Arizona he became a fighter pilot in 334 squadron of the Norwegian Royal Air Force, guarding Norwegian airspace between 1969 and 1975.
Scandinavian niche bookmark
Competition in the Scandinavian market is increasing. Martin Rivers looks at two of the region’s airlines to gauge the market
Single file please bookmark
Processing passengers through the terminal is a carefully orchestrated sequence, but as technologies evolve, so does the process, as Ian Putzger discovers
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