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Airliner World August 2022
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The complete story of the Vickers VC10
Gerry Sweet takes a nostalgic look at the Vickers VC10, the last long-haul airliner built solely by the British aircraft industry, as the type celebrates the 60th anniversary of its maiden flight.
Your guide to the tails of British Airways' 'World Images' rebranding
With it being a quarter of a century since British Airways unveiled the first of a planned 50 ‘World Images’ across the tailfins of its fleet, Martin Needham compiles a snapshot of 34 different designs to grace an aircraft.
Qantas and its milestone Airbus order: A new chapter for Australian aviation
A historic deal between the Australian flag carrier and European OEM heralds a bold new chapter in Antipodean aviation, says Gordon Smith
Royal Jordanian Airlines' post-pandemic strategy
Tom Batchelor catches up with Samer Majali, chief executive of Royal Jordanian Airlines, to learn more about the carrier’s post-pandemic strategy
Embraer's 20 years of continued success with the E-Jet
It is 20 years since the Embraer E-Jet’s first flight. Bernie Baldwin discovers what getting the aircraft aloft felt like and learns more about the family’s importance to air transport
IN PICTURES: Snapshot of historic Croydon Airport
Readers who picked up a copy of the 100th and final issue of Airports of the World magazine will have enjoyed David Ransted’s definitive, double-length feature celebrating Croydon Airport, the UK’s first major international hub. Here, we share some of the incredible archive imagery used to illustrate the article...
Cornwall Airport Newquay aims for the stars
This summer heralds the UK’s first sovereign satellite launch – a partnership between Spaceport Cornwall and Virgin Orbit – as Robin Evans explains
Taking-off with Lufthansa Group's Eurowings Discover
Eurowings Discover is the latest Lufthansa spin-off, trying to cash in on the rising return of leisure travel and bring innovation to the legacy group, reports Andreas Spaeth
First of Embraer E190 pair goes Sky High
Expanding Sky High Aviation has become the sole E-Jet operator based in the Caribbean after taking delivery of its first Embraer E190 to double its passenger capacity.