Airliner World - Mar 2017
Comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including details of a 100-aircraft order from SpiceJet, United Airlines accelerates the retirement of its Boeing 747s, Iran Air takes delivery of its first Airbus A321, Widerøe confirms a deal for Embraer E-Jet E2s, Singapore Airlines’ A350 touches down at Manchester, Flybe outlines plans to launch services from Heathrow, CityJet completes Cimber takeover, and Etihad Aviation Group gives the green light for a new European joint venture with TUI.
Sampling Etihad Airways’ luxurious, beyond-First Class experience on board the Airbus A380.
Mission Possible in Iran
Rare aircraft types, unusual routes, jumpseat rides and themed cake were just some of the highlights of the week-long Iranian Skies & Cities tour.
Real Ice Pilots
Imagine an international community where you don’t require a passport or your wallet, where one day you are taking in the stunning scenery and the next battling with extreme whiteout conditions. Welcome to the life of a British Antarctic Survey pilot.
The LIAT Lark
A former British Aerospace salesman recounts his rather arduous experience of selling 748 turboprops in the Caribbean.
The X Factor
JetSuiteX offers a private flying experience for a cost comparable with an Economy Class ticket on a standard commercial airline.
BBJ Family Grows
The BBJ MAX 7 is the newest member of the Boeing Business Jet range.
Postcard from Singapore
A selection of photos from Changi International Airport.
The latest commercial acquisitions.
Updates from maintenance, repair and overhaul providers.
A round-up of recent developments.
A selection of readers’ comments and photographs.
Up-to-date accident reports and crash information.
Air France welcomed the arrival of its new Boeing 787-9 in style with a series of sightseeing flights from its Paris/Charles de Gaulle home.
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