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Volume 12, January 2017 | Contents

Asia’s budget plans bookmark
Asian low cost carriers are thriving and as Neelam Mathews reports, forming alliances is key to achieving growth but airport infrastructure constraints remain a concern
Carbon-neutral compromise bookmark
The international aviation community has made a step forward in honouring its promise of cleaner skies, but limited participation remains a concern. Martin Rivers reports from the ICAO General Assembly in Montreal, Canada
City jets in bookmark
After a few months of operations CityJet says its Superjets are performing well. Pat Byrne, the airline’s chairman, gave an update at the ERA general assembly in Madrid. Keith Mwanalushi reports
European mission bookmark
TAV Airports has made significant headway in its European airport operations. Keith Mwanalushi looks back at some of the highlights over the past year
Fit for the part bookmark
Component support contracts are increasingly sought after by regional and low cost airlines. Keith Mwanalushi takes a closer look at them and the supply and repair of aircraft parts
Good luck, America bookmark
The US President-elect Donald Trump has promised to rebuild America’s aviation infrastructure, including airports – this was one of the promises he made to drum up support in his election-winning campaign.
Kingdom come bookmark
Having evolved from a Europe-focused charter carrier to an intra-regional scheduled carrier, Egypt’s Nesma Airlines is now trying its luck in the domestic Saudi market. Martin Rivers talks to Managing Director, Ashraf Lamloum, about the strategy
Maximising opportunities bookmark
A recent report by Sabre Airline Solutions details how next-generation revenue management solutions support airlines’ path toward realising total revenue optimisation
Q&A: At the leading edge - Kirby Gordon, FlySafair bookmark
Q&A with Kirby Gordon, Vice President, Sales and Distribution at FlySafair
Reclaiming the customer bookmark
One way that airlines can convince passengers to book tickets directly on their websites is to do what online travel agencies do. Seth Cassel, President of EveryMundo, explains how to increase airline visibility and mobile reach
January 2017