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Dealing with Disruption

Sainsbury's Bank has released a guide that offers practical advice if a flight is delayed or cancelled. It details a traveller’s legal rights, and the responsibilities of the airline in case of flight disruptions such as delays and cancellations. Download your copy below or from


Air France

Celebrating 70 Years of Service


Eznis Airways

Although it is barely five years old, Eznis Airways has emerged as the leading domestic airline in Mongolia. Sebastian Schmitz travels to the carrier’s base in Ulaanbaatar to discover the secret to its success.


From the Flightdeck : Boeing 757

Marco Finelli joins the crew of an Air Italy flight from Italy to Brazil.


Boeing Finally Delivers...

US MANUFACTURER Boeing delivered its first B787 to launch customer All Nippon Airways (ANA) on September 26. Dubbed the Dreamliner, the jet was presented to airline executives by over 500 Boeing employees in a ceremony at its Everett plant in Seattle.


Thailand’s ROYAL ORCHID - Airliner World, August 2009

2009 marked the 50th anniversary of the formation of Thai Airways International (THAI). Barry Woods-Turner takes a look at how the Asian carrier has evolved over this period and how the current economic downturn will affect its future prospects.


Florida One Construction

Southwest Airlines shows how its logojet ‘Florida One’ was produced from parts to flying.


Workhorse still going strong

The DC-3 first flew 75 years ago, but still flies across the globe. Airliner Classics reports.


Boeing’s Big Year

Boeing’s test fleet has been an incredibly busy since December 2009 with the first flights of both the 787 Dreamliner and 747-8 updated Jumbo Jet. AIR International and Airliner World magazines have been covering the action.


airBaltic - The big airline from the small country

Airliner World magazine reports on the airline’s plans to be a force in European skies following Latvia’s entry into the European Union.


Newcastle International Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Newcastle International Airport in the North East of England has celebrated its 75th anniversary - was there.


Diosdado Macapagal – Living with Mount Pinatubo

In 2008 Airports of the World visited the former Clark Air Base in the Philippines and discovered how it has been revitalised as a commercial airport in the wake of the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo.


BA fires Virgin into Space!

In an exclusive interview with executive business channel, Virgin Galactic’s President Will Whitehorn explains just why innovation goes so much deeper than just being “the next step” in business.


Invasion of the Body Scanners! takes a brief look at the new body scanners being introduced at UK airports this year. For a fuller feature see the April issue of Airliner World magazine, on sale in early March.


Flying at the speed of sight looks at the good work that the ORBIS ‘Flying Eye’ hospital does around the world in saving the sight of thousands of people.


Poll result: Which one will fly first? 787 or 747-8?

Well, the 787 finally made it into the sky and in doing so beat its sibling 747-8, which is now expected to perform its maiden flight early in January.


Airliner Classic: Airbus A300 – the beginning for a giant reviews the development of the model that represented Airbus’s first entry into the commercial aviation market.


Talking point: Thames Island Airport a step closer?

The notion of developing a new airport in the Thames Estuary has been debated for decades. What do you think?


Queen of its time

Although the aviation industry has made dramatic moves forward over the past 40 years, the Boeing 747 has aged gracefully. charts the history of an aircraft that became an icon of the 20th century.


Time machine

Passengers would leave London’s Heathrow Airport at 10:30am aboard Concorde and arrive in New York at 09:30am the same day - business people still had an entire working day ahead of them. looks at the history of one of the most iconic airliners of all time.



As it celebrates its 55th anniversary, looks at Boeing’s 707, the ‘granddaddy’ of the modern airliner.


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