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What it was like to fly on Concorde

From 1993 to 2003, Andreas Spaeth flew on Concorde eight times. In this extract from his new book, he shares a unique insight into the supersonic airliner with this personal account of a journey that took place not long before the type’s retirement

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Inside the world's most significant collection of British airliners

Duxford is home to the world’s most significant collection of British-built airliners. Martin Needham pays a visit to the Cambridgeshire airfield in the first of a special two-part report

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Maintaining the edge

As the dust begins to settle after a turbulent 18 months for the MRO sector, Gordon Smith sat down with David Doherty, head of sales at Etihad Engineering to discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead

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How some airports have returned to pre-crisis traffic levels

In our monthly check-in with the Cirium team, we learn how some global gateways have been able to return to pre-crisis traffic levels

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ATR 40 years on

Airliner World analyses the trials, tribulations and triumphs of turboprop titan ATR

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Is this the last DHC 8-400?

Air Tanzania has received what is, for now, the last new-build De Havilland Canada DHC 8-400. The turboprop is the fifth example that the Dar Es Salaam-based airline has received since September 2016.

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How JetBlue is shaking up the transatlantic market

Our man in America, Chris Sloan, criss-crosses the pond to put JetBlue’s first JFK-London services to the test

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Stretching out: The Douglas DC-9 story

Struggling to sell Sud Caravelles prompted Douglas to go it alone and build its own short-haul jet. While the result came up short against the Boeing 737, it sparked years of development that saw Douglas, and its aircraft, grow in size, as Stephen Skinner reveals

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Boeings, Boeings...Gone

Having survived corporate indecision, neglect and even terrorist attacks, the last two Boeing 707-400s were scrapped within weeks of each other. Andreas Spaeth takes us on a nostalgic journey through their pasts and reveals where you can get a piece of history

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