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  • IN FOCUS: Helicopter safety soul-searching

    News | 15 Apr 2014 11:33 | David Learmount

    ​Prompted by a number of rotary wing accidents in the North Sea oil support sector in recent years, helicopter operators both sides of the Atlantic are doing some serious safety soul-searching, and calling for involvement by the manufacturers.
  • INTERIORS - Boeing feature

    News | 07 Apr 2014 07:39 | Dominic Perry

    ​Customers of Boeing’s best-selling 737 narrowbody are already benefiting from a new facility that will allow them to better tailor the interior configuration of their new aircraft.
  • Ryanair and DAA launch challenge to block strike action

    News | 10 Mar 2014 21:32 | Graham Dunn

    ​Ryanair and Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) have been granted leave to seek a High Court injunction to block Irish union SIPTU's planned strike action at Dublin, Cork and Shannon Airports on 14 March.
  • Moody's upgrades SAS ratings

    News | 07 Mar 2014 16:24 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Moody's Investors Service has upgraded SAS's corporate family rating to B3 from Caa1 and probability of default to B3-PD from Caa1-PD.
  • IN FOCUS: North Sea operators broadly welcome 'political' CAA report

    News | 05 Mar 2014 17:39 | Dominic Perry

    Operators have broadly welcomed the CAA’s exhaustive 273-page report into North Sea helicopter safety, but have expressed surprise at some of its more “political” recommendations.
  • ANALYSIS: How can airlines make the most of loyalty?

    News | 04 Mar 2014 14:28 | Graham Dunn

    ​Delta Air Lines' move to become the first of the US majors to switch its frequent flyer programme to a revenue-based model underlines the evolution in thinking as airlines continue to look at how to make the most of the assets they have built up.