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Volume 12, October 2017 | Contents

'C-ing' is believing bookmark
With a clean-sheet design aimed at the 100-150 seat segment, Bombardier’s C Series family is slated to compete with Airbus and Boeing, as well as Embraer. Stephanie Taylor evaluates how the programme has been faring since commercial operations began
Beyond borders bookmark
Former Director General at the European Regions Airline Association (ERA) Simon McNamara speaks exclusively to Keith Mwanalushi about his time at the Association and the issues facing European regional aviation
Bring it ON bookmark
Cost-effective trans-border inflight connectivity has been a challenge, particularly for European airlines, but that could all be about to change. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to Inmarsat about their EAN solution
Delayed arrival bookmark
The Mitsubishi MRJ programme has faced significant delays but as Angus Mackay and Stuart Rubin from ICF International analyse, there is still everything to play for
Editorial comment - October 2017 bookmark
On 1 September, Scottish regional carrier Loganair finally took off as an independent airline, free from the shackles of franchise agreements that have shaped its past for decades
Flying private bookmark
It’s a thrilling experience to be on board Hahn Air’s scheduled private jet service. Keith Mwanalushi flew with COO and General Manager Daniel Rudas to gain insight into the airline’s unique operations
LEVEL playing bookmark
New kid on the block LEVEL is the latest carrier to join the long-haul low cost market. Stephanie Taylor analyses the airline’s strategy in comparison to that of reigning Norwegian
Mission ready bookmark
The commercial air transport MRO market will revolve around the growth and changes in the global fleet. Keith Mwanalushi reports on the implications for the narrowbody and regional aircraft segment
Playing nice bookmark
For years Ryanair has been the ‘bad boy’ of the airline industry, but with attitudes changing and profits growing, Europe’s largest carrier looks ready to conquer new frontiers. Alan Dron reports
Taxing issues bookmark
The UK has the highest aviation taxes in Europe and calls to have them reduced, or even scrapped, have been getting louder. Stephanie Taylor investigates
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