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Latest Edition - August/September 2014
Aurigny has just welcomed its Embraer 195, one of a number of major changes being implemented at the Guernsey-based carrier
- COMMENT - An industry for peace has once again come under attack.
- WORLDWIDE NEWS FOCUS - Rounding up the news in the low-fare and regional airline market, including Inflight Spotlight.
- NEWS ANALYSIS - 'Australia continues fume research'. Assessing the latest report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau into fumes and smoke in aircraft cockpits and cabins.
- FIVE QUESTIONS TO …AJW Group - AJW Group president Christopher Whiteside provides some philosophy on the company and the industry as a whole.
- INSIGHT - 'Time for regionals to be recognised'. ERA director general Simon McNamara calls for the value that regional airlines bring to life in Europe to be fully appreciated.
- AIRLINE PROFILE - AURIGNY AIR SERVICES - 'States of play'. Bringing big changes to an island airline under the gaze of ‘65,000 owners’ is quite a challenge.
- IFE & CONNECTIVITY - 'Entertaining options'. A look at the latest developments designed to entertain, educate and inform passengers while they are in flight.
- SHOW REVIEW - CONNECT 2014 - 'Joining the dots'. Highlights from the rebranded 11th CONNECT in Marrakech.
- ANCILLARY REVENUE - 'The new airline revenue model'. Reporting on the ever-increasing number of ways for airlines to bring in much-needed money.
- SHOW REVIEW - FARNBOROUGH 2014 - 'Order, order!'. All the major manufacturers had something to celebrate at this year’s Farnborough Airshow.
- P&WC PW100/NGRT PROGRAMMES - 'A powerful case'. It’s celebration time for Pratt & Whitney Canada, but there is equal excitement about what’s ahead.
- SMALL TURBOPROPS - 'Propping up the sharp end'. Operating turboprops with fewer than 50 seats in the US has been tough in recent times. And the environment has just become even tougher.
- BOOKING & DISTRIBUTION - 'Get ready for NDC'. Wading through the issues raised by IATA’s New Distribution Capability for booking and distribution, which has caused some consternation in the industry.
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