The Airline Business podcast builds on the brand’s decades-long coverage of the global airline industry to offer regular audio insight and commentary from our editorial team. It offers a fresh and timely way to hear the trusted analysis on which Airline Business has built its reputation with senior decision-makers in the industry, through the growing podcast medium. Alongside discussion of the key industry news and themes, the team also present coverage from the big conferences, events and air shows.
The podcast is enjoyed by airline executives and other senior stakeholders in the industry, as part of a large international listenership. An average episode is listened to at least 3,000 times, including around 1,000 plays within 24 hours of release. Between its launch in early 2019 and mid-2023, the podcast had been listened to more than 140,000 times.
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Lewis Harper, co-host
Based in London, Lewis has been editor of Airline Business since 2021, having joined the publication as managing editor in 2016. His reporting covers the global airline sector, with Europe a key focus. Lewis also edits the Airline Business Newsletter and Airline Business’s daily publications at industry events, and he co-hosts the Airline Business Podcast. He previously worked in senior production roles at FlightGlobal and a variety of publications covering industries such as chemicals and defence.
Graham Dunn, co-host
Based in London, Graham is head of content and has been with FlightGlobal for over 20 years predominantly working across its online news platforms and Airline Business. With a focus on developments across the airline industry as a whole, and within Europe in particular, Graham has also edited FlightGlobal daily papers from events such as the IATA AGM, moderates industry panels and co-presents the Airline Business podcast.
In the latest instalment of the Airline Business Podcast – sponsored by Panasonic Avionics – Graham and Lewis discuss the aircraft orders placed at this year’s Dubai air show and what they might mean for capacity growth in the region, particularly when it comes to widebody jets.