Here is new edition of Air Transport World magazine June 2014. In this issue, you can read latest news of global airline industry and commercial air transport manufacturing communities such as Analysis – New Frontier, Trends – June 2014 (airline financial, fleet and traffic data) and more.
Partnerships are helping to speed up the pursuit of different pathways to alternative jet fuels.
Brazil: Untapped Potential
TAM tops market; Azul makes bold move into international flying
Making it in China
The Lufthansa brand is popular with the Chinese; the German carrier wants to build on that reputation.
Cool as Ice
Iceland may be the most sparsely populated country in Europe, but life at Icelandair is far from boring. In just over five years, Iceland has weathered one of the biggest financial crashes in economic history and air travel has been disrupted by not one, but two volcanic eruptions. This is a country of challenges for an airline.
The Next Big Thing
In times of increasing competition for consumer loyalty, big data has made its way into the minds of many managers throughout all industries. For the air transport manager, it might be the next big thing to win customers, boost auxiliary revenues, increase operational efficiency and ultimately save real dollars.
Geographic Eligibility: USA, Canada, Mexico, Selected International
About Air Transport World (ATW):
ATW provides balanced international coverage of the airline industry and reports on the trends that affect the way airlines do business. Topics covered include airline operations, airline management issues, information technology, safety & security, eco-aviation, alliances, distribution, transport aircraft and engine programs, MRO, aero-politics, regulation, finance and leasing, airport development and air cargo.