Airliner World - February 2003

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News including: British Airways regional restructuring, Manston set for scheduled growth, Hapag-Lloyd Express takes to the air, Cyprus Airways adds first A330, Business Aviation growth in CIS, Ethiopian confirms Boeing order, Muscat Airport growth, United Files for Chapter 11, AIRG becomes LAPA again, Air India set for long-haul growth, Aeromar Expansion, Lufthansa Technik takes over Shannon Aerospace, A340-500 certification.

Flying the Fugu Hub
Northwest Airlines' operations in Japan.

British Airways Flying Training
Simulator training at the national carrier's base at Cranebank near Heathrow.

New York's Idlewild in 1961
An impressive array of classic aircraft at New York's International Airport.

Emirates Boeing 777 Conversion
How does a pilot convert to a new aircraft with a new airline?

McCarran International Airport
The gateway to Las Vegas, gambling capital of the USA.

On Display
A pictorial look at aircraft now mainly used as restaurants or clubhouses.

New Midlands Airport?
Will the British Government continue with plans for a new airport at Church Lawford, near Rugby?

Fokker 70 Update
New Company Rekkof is looking to restart the production line of this twinjet.

African Miscellany
South Africa continues to offer a wide variation of types and operators for the enthusiast.

Darwin International Airport
The gateway to Australia's Northern Territory.

Cambrian Airways
Flying the Welsh Red Dragon - a regional operator now part of the BA empire.

Flight Simulators
A review of the latest from the flight simulation world.

A selection of readers' comments and photographs, plus Spotting Spot (London/Gatwick) and Airliner Deliveries

JMC/Thomas Cook
British leisure airline about to be absorbed into the new Thomas Cook Airlines