Articles from the latest issue in digital format
A suspected cardiac arrest is never good news, but when it happens at 35,000 feet, even greater complexities enter the equation. Tom Batchelor caught up with aeronautical medical expert Dr David McKenas to learn about mid-flight passenger emergencies and the life saving technology which can help
The VFW-Fokker 614 is famed for its misfortune. Woeful sales performance was followed by the jet being pulled from commercial service within a decade of its first flight. However, a sole example soldiers on, training next-generation engineers, as Martin Needham discovers here
Air Atlantique’s Douglas Dakotas carried all manner of cargo – from Cognac to cabbages – in their busy ’80s heyday, as Charles Woodley details in a new book charting the carrier’s history
Ultra-luxurious air travel remains out of reach for the masses and is often frequented by high-wealth travellers. However, Andreas Spaeth was lucky enough to grab a rare chance to indulge in an unforgettable experience on VistaJet’s flagship Bombardier Global 7500
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