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  • ANALYSIS: Overcapacity fears loom amid Spanish market recovery

    News | 19 Jan 2015 15:29 | Kerry Reals

    After hitting rock bottom in 2013, the Spanish airline market is showing signs of life. There is still a long way to go before its former peak is regained, but concerns about the possibility of overcapacity are already emerging.
  • Slovenia nears Adria Tehnika privatisation: report

    News | 24 Nov 2014 17:13 | Michael Gubisch

    ​Slovenia’s government appears to be a nearing a sale of maintenance provider Adria Airways Tehnika.
  • El Salvador start-up Veca ready for launch

    News | 08 Oct 2014 13:57 | Rainer Uphoff

    ​San Salvador-based start-up Veca Airlines says it is ready to launch flights, as it awaits approval for the maintenance manuals of its US-registered Airbus A319 aircraft.
  • ANALYSIS: Airport growth trends across the regions

    News | 10 Sep 2014 10:00 | Graham Dunn

    As the ambitious expansion plans of the big three Gulf carriers have been put into action, growth at their respective airport hubs has been the dominant theme outside of Asia, Europe and North America.
  • ANALYSIS: Ryanair smells victory in regulatory battles

    News | 06 Aug 2014 16:27 | Oliver Clark

    Last year, Ryanair was ordered to sell almost its entire Aer Lingus stake by UK regulators. Last month, the European Commission told the Irish budget carrer to pay back almost $10 million in illegal state aid from French regional airports. But Ryanair's director of legal and regulatory affairs, Juliusz Komorek, is confident it can win a range of regulatory battles in Europe.
  • ANALYSIS: Ryanair slips but still the biggest European LCC

    News | 19 May 2014 17:26 | Graham Dunn

    As European low-cost carriers continue to expand increasingly outside their home markets, it is perhaps inevitable that there will be more direct competition between rivals from the sector.