Articles from the latest issue in digital format
Thailand is home to a wide array of retired aircraft, many of them lovingly restored to serve as tourist attractions. We join Dirk Grothe on an extended road trip from Bangkok to Pattaya and U-Tapao to take a closer look at these colourful classics
In keeping with our feature in this month’s edition of Airliner World, looking at the new Istanbul airport and neighbouring Sabiha Gökçen International airport, this week’s quiz focuses on the booming aviation market in the Turkish capital and its big three operators - Turkish Airlines, AndoluJet and Pegasus Airlines.
Airliner World’s Dominic Ward sat down with Heathrow Airport systems engineer Mo Taher to find out how he helps to keep Britain’s busiest airport moving
Istanbul’s new airport is the busiest in Europe, neighbouring Sabiha Gökçen has so much traffic it is about to open a second runway, and hometown heroes Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines have impressive – and bold – plans to double in size over the next decade. Richard Schuurman heads to Turkey to find out what is fuelling this remarkable growth
In the June 2017 issue of Airliner World, Peter Koch, C Series Fleet Chief, talked to James Ronayne about Swiss International Airlines’ first year of operations with Bombardier’s innovative short-haul airliner.
In the September 2012 issue of Airliner World, Craig West visited Montreal to report on the progress of Bombardier’s CSeries. Now called the Airbus A220, this feature explored how the manufacturer developed and tested the jet