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Volume 11, June 2012 | Contents

Going on safari bookmark
When times are bad elsewhere, carriers tend to put capacity into Africa. There are signs of hope, both in north and east Africa, and strengthening ties with China and the Middle East. But trade imbalance is, as ever, a problem. Ian Putzger reports
Refined thinking bookmark
As airlines head into losses, blame has fallen on the consistently high fuel price. Martin Roebuck finds out how different carriers are combating the challenge
The British are coming bookmark
BA World Cargo’s reputation has changed dramatically in the past few years. Cautious and controlled, its merger with Iberia is going smoothly, but are its customers happy? Alex Lennane talks to the man behind the strategy, managing director Steve Gunning
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June 2012

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