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Volume 14, January 2019 | Contents

Q&A: At the leading edge – James Bennett bookmark
We speak to James Bennett, Director – Sales and Marketing at AerFin
A capacity conundrum bookmark
India has been a growing aviation market for some time, but as domestic regulations change and international ambitions grow, there is need for cautious optimism, as Neelam Mathews finds
Buckle up bookmark
With changing weather conditions globally, advances in software technology and the increasing availability of communications bandwidth are enabling ever more accurate weather forecasting, based on real-time data. Stan Abbott reports
Easy does it bookmark
One year on after DHL took over easyJet’s ground handling operations at London Gatwick, the partnership is expanding even further. Keith Mwanalushi looked behind the scenes at Gatwick
Japan’s low cost scene blossoms bookmark
Competition in Japan's low cost sector looks set to intensify, with Japan Airlines confirming that it will establish a budget carrier that would operate long haul routes to Europe and North America. David Casey from Routesonline explores the growth of LCCs in the country over the past five years
Keeping stock bookmark
Keeping a low cost operation moving profitably at pace requires more than rapid turnarounds and simplified cabin service. Paul E Eden speaks to AJW’s Guy van den Berg about the momentous task of providing inventory and logistics solutions for easyJet
Opportunity knocks bookmark
The regional aircraft leasing scene continues to provide some opportunities amid a very tight marketplace. Alan Dron speaks to the lessors to uncover the trends
Prime era ends bookmark
Primera Air shut its engines permanently in October this year. Alan Dron analyses the sequence of events that led to the airline’s closure
Scotland’s home win bookmark
There was a gratifying feeling of Scottish pride at ERA’s big annual gathering in October, with local carrier Loganair winning Gold. Stan Abbott reports from Edinburgh
Super jet operations bookmark
The SSJ100 entered a challenging market and faced several operational issues but it remains a nimble next-generation airliner. Benjamin Pavie, analyst at ICF, provides an outlook
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