Airliner World Magazine April 2020 Latest Issue
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Airliner World Magazine April 2020
Please note this title will be removed from sale on 08 April 2020 and replaced with the latest issue
Airliner World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including all the developments from the Singapore Airshow, a Belarusian boost for Embraer, Stansted’s new Senegalese service and Aegean Airlines unveils its new livery.
Scandinavian Airlines is in the process of modernising its entire fleet. Satu Dahl visited Copenhagen to see its first Airbus A350-900 and learn more about the company’s green initiatives.
Tour de Force: The British Airtours Story
As the ‘inclusive tour’ business blossomed in the late 1960s, British European Airways determined that the best way to increase its share of the holiday market was with a dedicated subsidiary. In the first instalment of a two-part feature, David Ransted assesses the early days of British Airtours.
777X: Breakthrough for Boeing
After a series of delays, the Boeing 777-9X has finally taken to the skies. Chris Sloan braved the inclement weather in Seattle to see the long-awaited maiden sortie for himself.
Where Dreams Take Flight
It’s not every day that a teenage aspiring pilot gets to handle the controls of an Airbus A350-1000. Louise Rose Jones reveals how this dream became a reality for 15-year-old Mackenzie Waddell.
Stranded in a Soviet Time Capsule
With poor connections, infrequent flights and practices long since replaced elsewhere, Northern Russia’s White Sea coast offers enthusiasts the aviation experience of yesteryear. Bernd Sturm reflects on a trip to the land that time forgot.
Canadian Dreams: Canadian Reality
A major milestone in launching Airbus A220 operations has been achieved by Air Canada. Nicholas Chute was among the first to climb aboard the jet, and analyses the narrowbody before discussing the wider ambitions of the flag carrier.
The latest commercial acquisitions
Updates from maintenance, repair and overhaul providers around the world.
A round-up of recent developments.
A selection of readers’ comments, photographs and lighter stories from the industry.
Up-to-date accident reports and crash information.
Flight Training School: Emirates Style
When it comes to training pilots, few airlines can afford a dedicated airport or décor befitting a high-end hotel. Richard Schuurman travels to the Emirates Flight Training Academy in Dubai to find out more.
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