Archive | February, 2012

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Charlotte’s rising prominence

It’s no secret that through the years Charlotte has risen through the ranks to become US Airways’ predominent hub. But this chart included in an investor presentation today illustrates the importance of Charlotte’s traffic flows. Charlotte now accounts for 36% of US Airways’ capacity, part of a broader strategy to centre 99% of its flying at the […]

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Goodbye to an old Singapore Girl

At the Singapore air show this weekend the country’s flag carrier is giving one of aviation’s iconic airliners a worthy send-off. For SIA will retire the Boeing 747 from its passenger fleet on 6 April after almost four decades of faithful service. Although the Jumbo will continue to haul freight for SIA’s cargo arm for […]

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Malev continues European airlines’ winter of discontent

This is rapidly looking like it might become a winter of discontent for Europe’s airlines

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Just how did we create the AB Finance iMag?

Airline Business has once again tackled the intriguing world of aviation finance and leasing in digital format, with its first interactive special report of 2012. And after the success of last year’s edition, we have again teamed up with renowned aviation financier DVB Bank. The DVB link, along with our recent tie-up with aviation consultancy […]

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