Articles from the latest issue in digital format
With air travel over the Pond enjoying rapid growth once again, the experts at Cirium take a closer look at the key routes and emerging trends in this critical market
At first glance, starting a new airline during the height of a global pandemic does not seem like the best idea, and doing so in the back yard of Asia’s biggest low-cost carrier even less so. And yet, this is exactly what industry veteran Rayner Teo and entrepreneur Dato Goh Hwan Hua did. Dirk Grothe ventured to Kuala Lumpur to get the inside track on Malaysia’s newest player, MYAirline
Lufthansa Technik’s VVIP Boeing BBJ (or Boeing Business Jet) 777-9 concept is aimed squarely at the Middle East, as Ian Harbison discovers
It’s the world’s most inhospitable continent and the only one without any permanent residents, paved runways or regular airline services. Andreas Spaeth talks with White Desert CEO Patrick Woodhead about the challenges of operating an Airbus A340 to Antarctic
We present a selection of images of visiting aircraft from airports around the UK. For the most part, they’re commercial jets, but almost all of them are unusual types, wearing new or unique liveries, or first visits by an airline or airliner to a particular airport.
West Atlantic is enhancing its crosswind training for pilots following an incident in which an ATR 72 turboprop suffered damage to its nosewheel while landing at East Midlands Airport.
With the global aviation industry now echoing the resurgence of the travel and tourism sector, the team at Cirium take a closer look at the market outlook and emerging trends
With an authentic flight model backed up by high-quality visual detail and superb systems simulation, Just Flight raised the bar with its BAe 146. Richard Benedikz and Craig West run the rule over the latest version to see how it measures up
A business class ticket conjures up images of the rock star lifestyle; comfy seats, attentive cabin crew and effortlessly gliding from check-in to destination on a wave of champagne. But not all business class offerings are created equal, especially on short-haul flights. Mike Bickford heads to Europe to find out if it’s worth stumping up the cash to sit ‘up front’.