Airliner World - Sept 2017

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Airliner World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including details of a new partnership between Emirates and flydubai, Norwegian UK takes a step closer to launching transatlantic services, Mandarin Airlines signs a firm order for ATR 72-600s and easyJet secures an Austrian AOC.

Supersonic Soviet Style
The world’s first, heaviest and biggest supersonic airliner broke the sound barrier for the first time in 1969. But the machine in question is not Concorde – this is the story of the Soviet Union’s Tu-144.

Palace in the Sky
VIP charter operator Acropolis Aviation is preparing to receive its first Airbus ACJ320neo.

G20 Summit
The latest meeting in Hamburg attracted a plethora of rare and unusual aircraft from around the globe.

From the Cockpit – Flying the Whisperjet
On board with Brussels Airlines for a scheduled service between the Belgian capital and Stockholm’s city centre airport, Bromma.

Faded Glory
Once the second force in Dutch aviation, Amsterdam-based Martinair’s fortunes have changed significantly over the last decade.

MAKS 2017
A selection of photos from the recent International Aviation and Space Salon at Zhukovsky, Moscow.

Japan’s Island Airport
Built on an artificial island off the coast of Nagoya, Chubu Centrair International Airport is one of the country’s newest facilities.

From Paramedic to Pilot
The decision to become a professional pilot is not one made easily and requires investment in time and money.

The latest commercial acquisitions.

MRO News
Updates from maintenance, repair and overhaul providers.

Aviation Training
A round-up of recent developments.

Departure Gate
A selection of readers’ comments and photographs.

Air Safety
Up-to-date accident reports and crash information.

Irish Evolution
CityJet has successfully reinvented itself as a specialist ACMI provider, offering its regional expertise to legacy carriers throughout Europe.