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Volume 11, January 2016 | Contents

American dream bookmark
By the middle of 2016, an Airbus aircraft will roll off the production line on American soil for the first time. Martin Rivers reports on the significance of this from Mobile, AL
Bombardier Dash 8-400 bookmark
The Bombardier Q Series has had a successful run so far. But as Oliver Stuart-Menteth reveals, competition in the Q400 segment is tougher than ever
Editorial comment - January 2016 bookmark
Passengers are constantly reminded by airlines to make sure they have all the necessary documentation required for travel; a requirement that provides them with a hassle free journey
Fuel pump relay bookmark
Despite the record-low fuel prices, airlines are not resting on their laurels, finds Ian Putzger. Fuel saving initiatives remain a constant priority
High flyers bookmark
With a record number of aircraft orders and deliveries scheduled, airlines will need to invest in significant training capacity. Keith Mwanalushi looks at what solutions are available for crew training and recruitment
IT on a budget bookmark
Adding new technologies to legacy systems can be a costly business for airports. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to experts at SITA and Amadeus to see how regional airports can cost efficiently modernise their processes
Personal touch bookmark
Airlines are increasingly investing in solutions that improve the personalised experience. But as Ian Putzger discovers, there is more to it than just customer data
Propeller power bookmark
Advances in propulsion are improving the operating efficiency of turboprop engines, as Keith Mwanalushi finds. But technologies for regional aircraft of the future are also quickly coming into focus
Q&A: At the leading edge bookmark
Mark Darby, Aurigny
Mark Darby has spent his entire career in aviation, working for numerous different companies within the industry. He is now Chief Executive Officer at Guernsey-based airline, Aurigny
Sky's the limit bookmark
After five years of operations in one of the world’s most challenging markets, ASKY Airlines continues to grow. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to new Chief Executive Officer, Henok Teferra, about his plans for the West African carrier
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