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Cologne maintains aerospace and aviation hub status

Cologne maintains aerospace and aviation hub status

The continued presence of other leading aerospace and aviation companies, close proximity to three large airports and close links with educational establishments combine to give Cologne confidence that its aerospace sector can rise above the loss of Lufthansa’s headquarters. 

Spain's AENA announces privatisation plan

Spanish airport operator AENA is being privatised in what is set to be the largest initial public offering in Europe this year.

Revenues up in European A&D sector, says Deloitte

According to a recent study by professional services firm Deloitte, revenues were up in Europe's aerospace and defence sector in 2013.

Moulay Hafid Elalamy

Morocco's minister of industry looks to fill the China gap

Wages are on the rise in China, presenting an opportunity for other developing countries to make a play for cost-conscious investors that might have otherwise looked to China. Morocco’s minister of industry, Moulay Hafid Elalamy, tells Courtney Fingar that Morocco is firmly in the mix.

Runways to growth

Airports: runways to growth

fDi looks at the airport developments around the world that are facilitating economic growth, helping to elevate cities such as Dubai, Istanbul, London and Amsterdam above the competition. 

First class opportunities in business travel

First class opportunities in business travel

The death of business travel has oft been predicted, but with airlines and hotel chains alike investing in expanding their capacity and improving their offerings, it seems as if the corporate travel sector is very much alive and kicking.

Can airships deliver on transportation promise

Can airships deliver on transportation promise?

Capable of carrying heavy loads over long distances and requiring relatively little fuel, airships promise an economical and environmentally friendly alternative to existing shipping methods. For the companies working on these aircraft, they represent the future, but some of the prototypes are yet to get off the ground.

The aerospace industry

The aerospace industry spreads its wings

With global air traffic forecast to grow in the next few decades, the aerospace industry is gearing up for increased demand, particularly from emerging markets.

Will 3D printing revive developed world manufacturing

Will 3D printing revive developed world manufacturing?

As three-dimensional printing starts to take off, manufacturers and policymakers in the US are starting to realise its potential for job creation and economic development. 

Africa jostles for position on the tourist map

Africa jostles for position on the tourist map

Countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa are increasingly keen to show off their tourism credentials to international travellers. But while visitor numbers are on the rise, the region's dated infrastructure and poor image are proving to be tough obstacles to overcome.

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