Airliner World - Feb 2019

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Airliner World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including a full report from Cathay Pacific’s debut at Manchester, plus the UK confirms post-Brexit aviation deals and Royal Air Maroc agrees to join oneworld.

Bahrain Takes Flight
All the news and highlights from the biennial Bahrain International Airshow, an event that has built a reputation for offering a boutique alternative to some larger-scale events in the global aerospace calendar.

The Green Side of Yellowknife
Paying a visit to Canada’s Northwest Territories and the classic ‘piston-pounders’ of the famous Buffalo Airways.

British Boeings Bow Out
The Boeing 767 has been a mainstay of the British Airways fleet, playing a crucial role in its long and short haul networks for almost three decades.

Aviation’s Most Controversial Airliner
Remembering the Lockheed Electra L-188, an elegant, four-engine turboprop which raised the bar for performance, range and luxury until critical design flaws destroyed public confidence and forced the programme to a premature close.

Big in Japan
Osaka’s domestic Itami Airport may be dwarfed by neighbouring Kansai, but the urban facility is playing an increasingly important role as the city’s premier business gateway.

Congolese Classics
A selection of rare and unusual photos from Kinshasa’s N’djili Airport.

From the Cockpit – ‘Super Shed’ in Scotland
Hauling airmail from Edinburgh to Inverness in the venerable Short 360.

Powering Into the Future
Shining the spotlight on the A330neo, Airbus’ latest gambit in the race to service the fiercely competitive but potentially lucrative mid-market sector.

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.

The Falcon Soars Again
A true pioneer of commercial aviation in the Middle East, Gulf Air can sometimes be overlooked amid rapid growth from regional competitors. Today, the Bahraini flag carrier’s bold new approach is putting both it and its home nation back on the international radar.

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