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Airlines International - August 2012

Airlines International is IATA's flagship magazine. In addition to the print version, the publication is now available online.

In this issue:
  • A team effort
    Comment by IATA's Director General and CEO

  • CEO interview: Qantas
    Alan Joyce says operating a major airline and a low-cost carrier makes life difficult for the competition

  • Special report: frequent flyer programs
    Frequent flyer programs can earn big money for airlines but has the focus on short-term revenue gains jeopardized long-term loyalty?

  • Airport slots
    European governments continue to stutter in their airport expansion plans. And tinkering with airport slot rules could worsen congestion problems

  • CEO interview: Air Malta
    Peter Davies, CEO, Air Malta, says the industry must be more effective in getting its voice heard.

  • Cargo's carbon emissions
    The air freight sector has an enormous role to play if aviation is to meet its environmental targets

  • Finance: backbone of the industry
    Cash flow must remain positive in tough times, which makes efficient settlement systems crucial to industry wellbeing

  • Social media: brave new world
    Social media is a two-way street—especially in times of emergency

  • Soapbox: aircraft finance
    Funding for new commercial aircraft has been hit by the Eurozone crash but there is some good news


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