Airliner World - May 2016
Airliner World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including the latest updates from Brussels Airport, a full round-up of the Airbus Group’s annual press conference, Irish regional carrier CityJet finds a new buyer, Boeing kicks off 787-10 assembly and Volotea takes delivery of its first Airbus.
It’s now a quarter of a century since the Swiss-built utility aircraft first took to the air, but the type remains a sterling performer in its class.
Charting the brief but inspiring history of British Commonwealth Pacific Airlines.
Flying in Africa
Hunting classic aircraft types in Southern Africa.
Powering the Heavies
Rolls-Royce has suffered setbacks, nationalisation and finally reinvention into one of the world’s largest producers of commercial airliner engines.
Fighting for Survival
Línea Aérea Amaszonas has grown into an important player in Bolivian aviation, despite stiff domestic competition.
Girl Power at Jet2.com
Celebrating International Women’s Day with the Leeds-Bradford-based carrier.
Spotting Spot - Curaçao
Fun in the sun.
The Multi-Crew Pilot Licence offers an alternative path to the co-pilot’s seat.
The latest commercial acquisitions.
Updates from maintenance, repair and overhaul providers.
A round-up of recent developments.
A selection of readers’ comments and photographs.
Win a year’s subscription to Airliner World.
Up-to-date accident reports and crash information.
Shamrock and Roll
Aer Lingus has endured a turbulent decade but it is poised for a brighter future as part of the International Airlines Group.