ALTA’s executive director, Alex De Gunten, shares some of his insights into the fast evolving airline landscape in Latin America.
Routesonline (ROL) continues to offer route development professionals an invaluable resource, writes David McMullen.
Will a $1.5 billion upgrade of Los Angeles International Airport’s Tom Bradley International Terminal attract new long-haul services? Oliver Clark investigates.
Bogotá–El Dorado International Airport’s Ralf Etzold talks to Joe Bates about development plans at the gateway.
Etihad Airways launched its all-economy service on six routes at the end of 2010. Sarah Campbell caught up with Peter Baumgartner, the carrier’s COO to find out more.
A new Qantas flight cements DFW’s position as a oneworld hub. Jeff Fegan, airport CEO, speaks to Lucy Siebert about the new service.
Sandy Rederer, ASM’s vice president for The Americas, analyses what the US–Brazil Open Skies agreement means for traffic growth between the two largest economies in the Americas.
Name: Kristie VanAuken
Company: Akron-Canton Airport
Designation: Senior vice president and chief marketing & communications officer
Home town: Green, Ohio, USA
Name: John Jamotta
Company: Southwest Airlines
Designation: Vice president of network planning
Home town: New York, currently lives in Dallas
Tony Tyler (above) is leaving Cathay Pacific in March to head up IATA. Current IATA director general and CEO, Giovanni Bisignani, is retiring this year. John Slosar will become chief executive of Cathay.
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