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Volume 14, April 2019 | Contents

Americas’ tailwind bookmark
The North American low cost airline scene seems stronger than ever, and increasingly crowded with carriers generally bullish about their prospects over the coming year, Alan Dron rounds up
Breaking it down bookmark
The aircraft disassembly and teardown business continues to see spikes in demand for regional aircraft parts. Paul E Eden examines the key drivers in the market
Brexit takes first casualty bookmark
UK-based regional airline flybmi has become the latest casualty in Europe’s increasingly challenged aviation sector.
Capacity building bookmark
Airlines are increasingly buying in capacity to help cope with peaks in traffic, particularly in the busy summer period. Alan Dron reports that more ACMI players are moving in to fill that demand
Changing channels bookmark
Airlines need to increase their global reach through efficient and cost-effective channels. Keith Mwanalushi looks at how carriers, especially low cost and regional, can maximise distribution capabilities
Connecting the Nordics bookmark
Satu Dahl explores recent developments in the Finnish aviation market and learns just how vital strategic partnerships are to local airlines
Flying start bookmark
Low cost airlines are slowly infiltrating the Kazakh market, and Air Astana is responding by setting up its own budget carrier, FlyArystan. Keith Mwanalushi reports
Power of lease bookmark
The engine leasing market has reached full maturity, and for cost-conscious airlines, carefully managing their powerplant requirements means reducing outlay while still delivering a reliable service. Paul E Eden looks at some of the options available
Q&A: At the leading edge – Kadri Samsunlu bookmark
Kadri Samsunlu started as CEO of İGA Airport Operation (İstanbul Airport management) in September 2017
Regional connections bookmark
Aircraft manufacturer ATR delivered a strong performance in 2018, and looking ahead there is strong emphasis on tapping new markets. Keith Mwanalushi reports from their annual press conference in Paris
April 2019