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Volume 13, January 2018 | Contents

Arabian dream bookmark
Bringing low cost travel to the Middle East and North Africa comes at a price, but for Air Arabia, challenges are turned into opportunity, as Martin Rivers finds
Asia abound bookmark
Over the past decade, the Asia-Pacific region has become the fastest-growing in the world for airline activity. Alan Dron rounds up the latest developments
Breaking the ice bookmark
Airports, particularly in Northern Europe, are reputed for having a designated and systematic approach to adverse weather. Keith Mwanalushi looks at how some airports prepare for winter operations
Call to cockpit bookmark
The airline industry’s scramble for pilots is nothing new, but with some carriers cancelling flights and reducing schedules as a result, it may be time to make some fundamental changes, as Richard Maslen reports
Delivering power bookmark
Stephanie Taylor provides an update on the A320neo programme, exploring how both Pratt & Whitney and CFM International’s engines have affected the aircraft’s operations
Editorial comment - January 2018 bookmark
The 2017 Dubai Airshow in November was testament to how budget carriers are rewriting the industry rulebook – and, looking at the sheer frenzy of orders placed, they are certainly commanding orders for the narrowbodies.
Greece fulfils bookmark
The European regional aviation sector met in the Greek capital for the ERA General Assembly in October to discuss industry developments. Keith Mwanalushi reports from Athens
Maintaining props bookmark
The need for low cost maintenance solutions for regional aircraft – particularly turboprops – is enabling more long-term MRO contracts, as well as choice, as Keith Mwanalushi reports
Paying fare bookmark
Airlines have had it tough in recent months, having to cut fares to keep up with competition. Keith Mwanalushi looks at how new technologies will optimise fare pricing
Plane flying bookmark
Technical systems supporting flight planning operations are constantly evolving. Keith Mwanalushi looks at how recent advances can lower airline costs and improve punctuality
January 2018