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Volume 12, July 2017 | Contents

African promises bookmark
Africa is a region of immense prospects, and while this has been known for decades, there are still some unique challenges. Keith Mwanalushi looks at the current landscape of the airline industry
Coming of age? bookmark
Low cost long haul is back in the headlines with new players coming into the fray. Martin Rivers analyses the market to see just how far the business model is flying
Connecting the dots bookmark
The issue of air connectivity is more important than ever for Europe. Airport operators and airlines gathered in Belfast, Northern Ireland to discuss opportunities. Keith Mwanalushi reports
Editorial comment - July 2017 bookmark
It’s good to see that the C919 has finally taken off. Could this be a small step towards COMAC becoming a competitor for Airbus and Boeing, in my lifetime? Maybe not, but having another contender in the race can only be a good thing for aircraft operators looking at this market segment
Emboldened Embraer bookmark
As Embraer continues to put the E2 through its paces, Stephanie Taylor reports that the aircraft programme is performing as planned
Flying cadets bookmark
The aviation industry continues to see an extraordinary demand for pilots. Keith Mwanalushi looks at the current impact on airlines and the training solutions available
Gear change bookmark
The Geared Turbofan engine from Pratt & Whitney is now flying on more than 60 aircraft. Keith Mwanalushi reports that initial snags are now being addressed
Leading edge: Graham Keddie, Belfast International Airport bookmark
The Managing Director at Belfast International Airport discusses replacing United Airlines flights to the US and the growth opportunities ahead
Maximising software value bookmark
With airlines seeking greater efficiencies in maintenance management, utilising the right software has become an essential element, as Keith Mwanalushi discovers
Qazaq's social service bookmark
Martin Rivers speaks to the CEO of Kazakhstan’s government-owned airline, Qazaq Air, about flying above economic turbulence, a popular social mandate and the quest for profitability
July 2017