Manchester Airport traffic figures for 2022 revealed
Manchester Airport has released figures for December 2022 which show strong signs of recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Route planning: what’s new and why
COVID-19 has forced airlines to rethink their route planning and forecasting operations. Tom Batchelor looks into the measures taken
Top American airline executives on 2023 outlook
It’s no secret that it’s been a bumpy few years for aviation, but what might 2023 have in store? Tom Batchelor travels to Las Vegas to gauge the views of top executives from some of the biggest carriers in North America.
Why Melbourne Airport is feeling optimistic...
Chris Frame travels to Melbourne to learn how the Victoria gateway is rising to the challenges of a resurgent travel market.
A sit down with Widerøe chief executive, Stein Nilsen
After joining the E2 flight deck team, Andreas Spaeth heads down to Oslo to learn more about Widerøe with Stein Nilsen, the airline’s chief executive.
What's the current state of commercial aircraft leasing?
Helping us with the number crunching this month is Rob Morris, global head of consultancy at Ascend by Cirium.
Industry insight from the president of Jetcraft’s commercial aviation division
Now in its 60th year of operation, Jetcraft has grown from a Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina FBO to a global network of aviation advisors. Raphael Haddad, president of Jetcraft’s commercial aviation division, speaks to Airliner World about the current state of the industry, ongoing challenges and long-term prospects.
World Airline Passenger Ranking for 2021: Cirium analysis
In this month’s catch-up with the Cirium team, chief of strategy Kevin O’Toole looks back at how the world’s largest airlines fared during the pandemic
Examining the bounceback of corporate air travel
In our monthly check-in with the Cirium team, we examine how the all-important corporate air travel market is making a return
Why is Ireland the world's aircraft leasing capital?
More than 60% of the world’s leased aircraft are managed by Irish companies. Why is this and what does the future of the industry look like? Tom Batchelor reports