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3 March 2016
Ryanair bids to eat into Air Berlin's share of German market
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Technology and Innovation in Airline Distribution

Technology and Innovation in Airline Distribution will take place on 11th – 12th May in Hong Kong. The event will bring together airlines, GDS, leading suppliers, and OTAs from across the globe to debate and discuss successful strategies.

Join us and airline speakers from HK Express, Mega Maldives Airlines, Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Finnair and many more to debate the latest industry game changes.

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Airline Market Review

2015 was a record year for airline profits and there were many changes to the industry landscape during this time. Our latest Airline Market Review features essential industry insights and analysis created using Flightglobal’s trusted and accurate aviation data.

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Airline Strategy Awards
The 2016 Airline Strategy Awards

The Airline Strategy Awards is now open for nominations, and the closing date for entries is Friday 15 April.

Recognising high-performing chief executives and airlines from across the world for their leadership and innovation, this year’s awards take place at The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple on Sunday 10 July.

Organised by Airline Business and executive search firm Spencer Stuart, this year marks the 15th year of this prestigious event. So if your chief executive deserves recognition for their leadership, or you think a personality or carrier should be applauded for its innovative marketing, financial or network strategies, we want your nominations.

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