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Image caption Air Malta has turned loss in to profit after embracing the "API economy". Air Malta managed to turn its business around after two decades of losses and soar with the big boys and girls in the airline industry. But how? Air Malta is a tiny operator with 10 aircraft that had experienced two decades of annual losses. It was €10.8m in the red (£9.6m, $12.1m) in the financial year to March 2017. "We said, this is our last chance," explains Alan Talbot, the airline's chief information officer. Malta, a 17-mile long island between Sicily and North Africa with 450,000 people, relies heavily on its five million annual tourists. But Air Malta had trouble competing with the big airlines... Full story

18 June