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Volume 13, July 2018 | Contents

Breaking ground bookmark
Norwegian's expansion of its long haul low cost model has broken new ground strategically and attracted much interest from airline group IAG as a possible acquisition target. Alan Dron analyses the carrier’s market position
Family affair bookmark
The CRJ1000 is built on a proven platform but has struggled to attract significant new orders, however, family associations are proving beneficial to operators. Angus Mackay and Stuart Rubin from ICF analyse
MAX factor bookmark
The 737 MAX is the fastest-selling aircraft in Boeing history and one year after the first commercial delivery, Keith Mwanalushi reports that operations are living up to expectations
Route to Norway bookmark
Norwegian carrier Widerøe pulled out all the stops to welcome the first Embraer E2 regional jet to enter airline service. Alan Dron was on the final leg of the delivery flight from Aberdeen to Bergen
Sealing the deal bookmark
Although the overall aircraft finance market encompasses a wide variety of financiers, smaller regional carriers often have difficulties accessing aircraft financing but, as Keith Mwanalushi finds, change is in the air
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July 2018

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