Airliner World - December 2003

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News
Airliner World's comprehensive 19-page coverage of worldwide events - plus a report from NBAA in Orlando.

A345 LeaderShip - SIA's new long-ranger
Singapore Airlines will create aviation history when it launches new non-stop transpacific operations from its Changi hub with the A340-500 in February 2004.

Los Cerrillos Airliners
Santiago International Airport hosts aircraft that are under the charge of the Museo Nacional Aeronáutico y del Espacio de Chile (Chilean National Air and Space Museum).

Top 100 Airports
The annual airport passenger statistics for 2002 have revealed very few surprises, and it's a similar picture for 2003.

Seaboard & Western
The history and development of one of the larger US freight carriers.

Meridiana BAe 146 Whisperjet
From the Cockpit. from Florence to London/Gatwick.

Preserved Soviets in the Czech Republic
Final resting places for 'Cold War' airliners.

Teesside International Airport
An airport in the Northeast of England that is set for rapid expansion.

Gander
The airport in northeast Canada, where over the last 20 years there has been a dramatic change in the airlines and aircraft.

Feedback
A selection of readers' comments and photographs, plus Century of Flight Poll final nominations, Spotting Spot (St Barts) and Airliner Deliveries. Plus a special photospread of Concorde's last week in airline service.

EXCLUSIVE: East African Safari Air
Kenya's new international airline providing new links between Europe and East Africa via its hub at Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.