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The Global Airline Scene

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Binter UK flights? Airline's big plans revealed

Binter Canarias is embarking on an exciting new chapter in its colourful history, as Matteo Legnani reports from Gran Canaria

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How do I become an air traffic controller?

Could you safely manage the traffic at a busy international airport or guide it through some of the world’s most congested airspace? Leading practitioners describe the challenging routes to qualification

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12 mind-blowing animal-inspired aircraft innovations

From shark skin-like fuselage coatings to bat-inspired wings, Tom Batchelor examines some of the latest amazing concepts which could transform how we take to the skies

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Airline cabin crew: your step-by-step career guide

Practicality, personality and perseverance are key attributes for those wishing to join an airline as a flight attendant

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Inside FlyArystan: Kazakhstan's pioneering low-cost airline

Air Astana’s new budget offshoot has already outgrown its parent and is aiming to become the preeminent airline in Central Asia. Airliner World’s Craig West travelled to its headquarters in Almaty to find out more

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Pilot training – what does it take to become a pilot?

It’s a career many seek, and many others have previously cherished. But how do you go about becoming a pilot? Airliner World turns to training organisations for advice

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Fire on the runway: How British Airtours Flight 28M changed aviation forever

In the latest of a special series of reports, Stephen Skinner recalls how tragic events at Manchester Airport in August 1985 became a watershed moment in improving safety standards throughout the global aviation industry

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Handley Page Halton: How BOAC turned a WW2 bomber into an airliner

Created in 1940 as Britain’s new flag carrier, BOAC was forced to improvise as it sought to gain a footing on the world’s post-war air routes. David Ransted explores the fascinating, yet short-lived history of the carrier’s Handley Page H.P. 70 Halton

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Behind the scenes at the final Boeing 747 delivery ceremony

After months of speculation, the last new-build Boeing 747 was delivered at the end of January. Chris Sloan travelled to Seattle to join industry legends, retired employees – and a very special celebrity guest – to mark the occasion

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