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IATA Details Ash Cloud Economic Impact

African and Middle Eastern airlines have seen a significant financial impact of the volcanic ash cloud over Europe last month, although much less than their European peers. According to figures released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), 30% of African airlines’ capacity was affected by the five-day closure of much of Europe’s airspace. Middle […]

KLM Subsidiaries Martinair And Transavia In Trouble

KLM has an important decision to maken in de upcoming week as radical changes have to take place at its subsidiaries Martinair and Transavia. International competition and the succesful LCC concept carriers like Ryanair and Easyjet apply puts heavy pressure on the market both Dutch airlines focus on. With almost two thousand employees, Martinair is […]

WWA.net Wishes You A Happy New Year!

2011, the start of a fresh new year that could have some promising perspectives. It seems that the aviation industry is on the right way to recover from the crises with passenger and cargo volumes showing positive trends. Of course there is still a long way to go and we still should be very cautious […]

Why Airlines Install Winglets

Winglets, near-vertical wingtip extensions, are seen on an increasing amount of commercial airliners today. For aircraft spotters a feature giving an aircraft a smooth look, for airlines an opportunity to increase operating efficiency. But what exactly are the driving forces behind the decision to install such devices on specific aircraft? Before we can answer this […]

Why Airlines Install Winglets

Winglets, near-vertical wingtip extensions, are seen on an increasing amount of commercial airliners today. For aircraft spotters a feature giving an aircraft a smooth look, for airlines an opportunity to increase operating efficiency. But what exactly are the driving forces behind the decision to install such devices on specific aircraft? Before we can answer this […]

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