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Volume 13, October 2018 | Contents

Baggage only bookmark
Self-service is now commonplace at airports – especially at check-in – and by all indications the rate of adoption is growing fast, as Alan Dron finds
Delays, cancellations and frustrations bookmark
In August, the British Civil Aviation Authority released data on UK consumer behaviours and attitudes in relation to aviation, following a recent survey
Domestic ambitions bookmark
Indonesian carrier TransNusa is adding more ATRs to its fleet to meet demand for domestic operations. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to Managing Director Bayu Sutanto
Family ties bookmark
The A220 is the newest member of the Airbus family. Angus Mackay and Stuart Rubin from ICF examine the market prospects for the former C Series programme
Growth momentum bookmark
The European aviation industry is recording positive overall growth, but there is still room for cautious optimism. Keith Mwanalushi looks inside the low cost and regional airline scene.
Island links bookmark
Operating from the Channel Islands presents some challenges, but, with incoming technologies and a focus on supporting economic enablement in its home market, Aurigny must continue to provide essential air services. Alan Dron reports
Marriage of convenience bookmark
The airliner landscape has seen significant changes in recent months. Alan Dron analyses recent events at Embraer
MRO movement bookmark
Increasing OEM interest in aftermarket services, tailored support, training and real-time, paperless IT processes has shaped MRO provision over the past 12 months. Paul E Eden looks at how the maintenance industry is improving efficiency and adding value to operations
Opportunity rising bookmark
Airlines are examining all options when it comes to monetising the vast data they generate from their operations. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to experts about the possible revenue opportunities
Powering up bookmark
From a less than auspicious beginning, CFM International developed its CFM56 turbofan into the world’s best-selling airliner engine, as Paul E Eden finds
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