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Adel Ali, CEO of Air Arabia

Turbulent times prove a boon for Air Arabia

Adel Ali, CEO of Air Arabia, explains how the global economic downturn has benefited the low-cost carrier, as the increasing number of passengers opting for a cheaper service has allowed it to increase its fleet and service more destinations, putting it on course for continued international expansion.

Qatar Airways soars while competitors splutter

Qatar Airways soars while competitors splutter

The aviation industry was one of the main casualties of the global economic crisis in many regions around the world, but in the Middle East its growth has continued unabated. Central to this growth has been the expansion of Qatar Airways, which, according to its CEO, has no plans to slow down.

RAK Airways plane

RAK Airways seeks major role in emirate's growth

John Brayford, CEO of RAK Airways, explains how Ras Al Khaimah's growing appeal as a tourist destination has given his company the perfect opportunity to expand, albeit at a steady pace.

Frankfurt airport

Frankfurt awaits impact of night flight ban

Frankfurt Airport's night-time flight ban has illustrated both how important air cargo traffic is to economic development and also how vulnerable logistics hubs are to sudden reversals of fortune.

EasyJet-Campbell

EasyJet taps the business market

EasyJet's director for Europe Mike Campbell talks to fDi about business travel, oil spikes and why the company will never be a long-haul carrier

Boeing 787, Goodrich

Diverse portfolio tactic pays off for Goodrich

Goodrich has evolved into a player in the aerospace industry through organic growth and shrewd acquisitions. And now the biggest challenge yet – co-ordinating its units to Boeing's Dreamliner

Wallonia airshow teaser

Wallonia's aeronautical industry sets out its stall at Paris Air Show

The dominant player in Belgium's aerospace sector, Wallonia is out to prove at Le Bourget this year that it has what it takes to remain competitive in the face of increasing demand, despite the value of its exports falling dramatically due to the global financial crisis

US is top destination for aerospace projects in 2010

Country accounts for 15% of global aerospace projects

oklahoma air

Oklahoma and Louisiana: states of intent

As competition for attracting FDI intensifies, carving out a niche and offering expertise in a particular field could be the best strategy. Karen E Thuermer looks at two US states which have done this in the aerospace and iron and steel production sectors

Robust growth for Latin American aerospace

Aerospace investment projects into  Latin America grew robustly from  2003 to 2009, with last year the best  on record.

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