Airliner World - June 2019

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News
Airliner World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including transatlantic services for JetBlue, a 777 overhaul for Emirates, Africa’s first Embraer E2 operator, and an upgrade of Qantas’ freighter fleet.

Interior Innovations
A full report from Hamburg’s Aircraft Interiors Expo, which continues to bring new ideas to the market.

Crystal Amazing
We review the latest offerings from the world of cabin interiors with a run-down of the star concepts from the prestigious Crystal Cabin Awards.

A Clear Vision
Continuous product development is the name of the game for ATR as it seeks to maintain its position as a market leader.

Siberian Wrecks and Relics
We conclude our Russian odyssey visiting some of the country’s most remote spots in the pursuit of rare and unusual Soviet-era aircraft.

Technik-al Excellence
We travel to Germany to gauge the latest developments from one of the world’s foremost MRO specialists.

The Super Jumbo Story
A special 24-page guide looking at the past, present and possible legacy of the iconic Airbus A380.

H Marks the Spot
A selection of aviation enthusiast Simon Gregory’s best images from the rooftop of LAX's H Hotel.

What Now for WOW?
With the demise of yet another transatlantic operator, we reflect on how it all went wrong for the plucky Icelandic carrier and ask what’s next for this corner of the market.

Pilatus Perfection
Oriens Aviation is rapidly expanding its business portfolio, as we discover at London Biggin Hill Airport.

Californian Commute
Based in San Francisco, this quirky carrier brings more than a little Californian glamour to its services.

Deliveries
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, plus the caption competition.

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

Airborne with the A321neo
Concluding our look into easyJet’s introduction of the A321neo, we find out how the work of various teams has combined in practice and what differences result for crew and customer alike.