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Latest Edition - December 2014/January 2015
Adel Ali has led Air Arabia since it began, through almost 10 profitable years and, recently, past the milestone of 100 destinations.
- COMMENT - A chance to review the year’s highs and lows.
- WORLDWIDE NEWS FOCUS - Rounding up the news in the low-fare and regional airline market, including Inflight Spotlight.
- OAG ANALYSIS: CAPACITY FOR IATA WINTER SEASON - 'Scheduling flexibility'. Explaining the trends among the capacity being offered by leading low-fare airlines during IATA’s 2014-15 winter season.
- FIVE QUESTIONS TO …infoWERK - Hansjörg Lotter, CEO of infoWERK, discusses how e-learning is changing the way aviation training providers deliver their services.
- INSIGHT - 'Crystal gazing'. Patrick Edmond, group strategy director at Shannon Group, presents a few personal predictions for aviation in 2015.
- AIRLINE PROFILE: AIR ARABIA - 'Arabia’s quiet revolutionary'. Air Arabia Group CEO Adel Abdullah Ali discusses his airline’s considerable success and future strategy.
- FINANCING & LEASING - 'Ample finance for (most) future fleets'. Finding finance for aircraft acquisition is a major challenge for airlines, but market entrants are increasing the number of options available.
- REVENUE TOOLS - 'Making money – and keeping it!'. How revenue systems are becoming more comprehensive, handling everything from payments to accounting and management, through to revenue integrity and fraud prevention.
- CABIN CREW TRAINING - 'Creating the crew'. A report on the advances in training the airlines’ front-line personnel.
- AIRPORT FOCUS: KUALA LUMPUR / KLIA2 - 'A new breed'. Catching up with the progress of klia2, the largest terminal built for low-fare airlines.
- REGULATION - 'Emissions trading: the EU’s Boston Tea Party'. Former ERA director general Mike Ambrose discusses the next stages of emissions trading and the lessons to be learned from the way the EU’s legislation was created.
- COMPONENT OVERHAUL - 'Little waste, lots of savings'. A look at some of the latest developments in component overhaul, including new processes and procedures which make repairs more economical than replacement.
- SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - 'Stock answers'. What goes into ensuring that a balance is kept between the amount of spares in store and the amount delivered ‘just in time’?
- SHOW REPORT: ERA 2014 - 'At the European crossroads'. Upcoming opportunities for air transport in Europe was the key topic at this year’s ERA General Assembly in Barcelona.
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