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  • Ready For Kick Off

    When South Africa decided to increase its international passenger capacity, it wasn't expecting to host the World Cup. However, this hasn't fazed ACSA's John Neville, who tells Nigel Ash he...

  • Open Skies

    Willie Walsh, CEO of British Airways, explains how the airline is prepared for the effect of the Open Skies agreement.

  • Virgin Skies

    In the wake of the EU-US Open Skies deal, there is considerable activity among Virgin Atlantic's commercial strategists. General manager of airline planning Edmond Rose tells Nigel Ash how Virgin...

  • Bring It On

    Lawrence Hunt, chief executive of business-class airline Silverjet, discusses Open Skies, BA and climate change.

  • Clear Vision on Climate Change

    For Philippe Rochat, executive director of the Air Transport Action Group, debate over climate change has been uneven. He tells Future Airport about his new web-based initiative to inform the...

  • Silverjet’s Golden Goose

    If £2,000 is a typical transatlantic business class fare, how is UK-based Silverjet able to fly to New York for £999? Chief executive Lawrence Hunt takes Nigel Ash through the...

  • Advanced Screening

    Recent security alerts have underlined the threat of carry-on bags and the need of a considered and sustainable response. Aviation authorities must strike a balance between customer service and security,...

  • BA Welcomes Route Competition

    Lynne Embleton, British Airways’ general manager, Network Planning discusses Open Skies competition and low-cost carries.


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