Airliner World - July 2019

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British Airways Centenary Poster

Also in this issue:

Virgin’s A350 Revolution
Ahead of receiving its maiden Airbus A350-1000, Virgin Atlantic invited Airliner World to check out what passengers can expect on board the carrier’s new flagship.

African Milestone for E2
We discuss Air Peace’s recent E2 deal with the carrier’s CEO Allen Onyema and Arjan Meijer, CCO of Embraer Commercial Aviation.

Transatlantic Transformation
As fierce competition is likely to intensify on transatlantic routes, American Airlines has rolled out a new multi-faceted approach to ‘crossing the pond’.

France’s Most Remarkable Little Airline?
Detailing the work of Air Saint-Pierre, which flies in and around Canada’s spectacular Gulf of Saint Lawrence.

New-Found Freedom
Virgin Australia looks to reinvent its trans-Tasman routes after its joint venture with Air New Zealand ended.

A Class of its Own
Taking to the sky with Royal Air Philippines as three former Swiss Avro RJ100s find a new home.

International Rescue
Air Partner’s Emergency Planning Division provides evacuation contingencies to global organisations, keeping staff safe in potentially dangerous situations.

Airliner World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including Air Astana’s new budget carrier, the first Scottish scheduled A380 route, a Danish start-up, the retirement of Russia’s last commercially operated Tu-134, Azul accepts the Americas’ inaugural A330neo and Heathrow obtains High Court backing for its third runway.

Crowded Out
We recall the all too brief history of the pioneering Cunliffe-Owen Concordia.

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, photographs and lighter stories from the industry.

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

Canada’s New Flag Carrier?
Having received its first three-class Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, WestJet is shifting from low-cost pioneer to full-service network carrier.