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Airlines International August 2013

Airlines International is IATA's flagship magazine, available in print, on tablets and online. Find out about the advertising options in the online version of the magazine.

In this issue:

Airlines International August 2013 cover

Better Connected
IATA's Director General & CEO editorial.

CEO interview - Delta
Richard Anderson, CEO Delta Air Lines, says healthy competition mixed with cooperation is the proven way forward.

CEO interview - Air Astana
President of Air Astana, Peter Foster, believes Kazakhstan and Central Asia are markets with significant potential.

Special report: airline profitability
Fresh thinking is required to reward airline investors and allow carriers to continue creating value for the global economy.

Handling unruly passengers
It only takes one unruly passenger to disrupt the travel plans of thousands of people. But dealing with unruly passengers is a tricky business from start to finish.

European passenger rights regulation
A proposed revision to the European passenger rights regulation could spell trouble for air travelers, regional airlines and network carriers.

Fuel supply chain
A more competitive and robust fuel supply chain depends not only on enough players but also enough infrastructure.

CO2 standard
The CO2 standard for new aircraft provides a simple answer to a complex question.

Ancillary products
Airlines must develop direct relationships with their customers to reap the rewards of ancillary products.


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