Airliner World - October 2016
Airliner World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including a green light for London City Airport’s expansion plans, HNA Group becomes the largest shareholder in Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras, All Nippon Airways takes delivery of its 50th Boeing 787, and BAE Systems reveals tentative details for an Avro RJ freighter conversion programme.
A Caribbean Odyssey
Hunting rare and classic aircraft types in Venezuela and Cuba.
The Force Awakens
Sampling All Nippon Airways’ Star Wars jets.
In the Spotlight
AeroMobile CEO Kevin Rogers.
Still Going Strong
Chronicling the turbulent development of the British Aerospace 146, the United Kingdom’s most successful commercial jet aircraft.
Right in the Middle
Is there a demand for a new ‘middle of the market’ airliner? Boeing thinks so, but Airbus claims it’s already built one…
We Keep Aircraft Moving
Austrian Technik faces the challenging task of maintaining its parent Austrian Airlines’ large and varied fleet of jet and turboprop aircraft.
Are giant airships about to make a comeback?
Jumbo Takes Centre Stage
Delta Flight Museum has a new star attraction with the arrival of a Boeing 747-400.
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.
A Tale of Two Airlines
With a modern fleet and vast network, Air India has all the tools to succeed. However, it will need to free itself from the shackles of politics and debt if it wants to be a truly competitive player on the world stage.