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Key.Aero offers exclusive behind-the-scenes content from the world’s leading airlines, airports and aircraft manufacturers, spanning in-depth profiles and overviews with key industry executives to first person accounts from aviation professionals who build, fly and maintain the latest generation airliners. Key.Aero also highlights issues affecting the commercial industry, from aviation security, safety and air traffic control to training and environmental matters, and harks back to the golden age of air travel, paying tribute to some of the most iconic aircraft and airlines of yesteryear.

Korean Air Consolidates P&W Relationship

Gordon Smith

Korean Air has selected the Pratt & Whitney PW1100G to power its upcoming fleet of Airbus A321neos.

Gordon Smith
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Sleepless in Seattle

Martin Needham

Martin Needham charts the path that led to Boeing’s annus horribilis...

Martin Needham
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Big, bold and very blue

Thomas Haynes

JetBlue Airways has risen from an innovative start-up to one of the largest carriers in the US...

Thomas Haynes
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Ringway remembered

Bob O’Brien

Bob O’Brien recalls trips to Manchester Airport in the 1960s and 1970s...

Bob O’Brien
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Bringing flair to the Aer

Gordon Smith

Aer Lingus has unveiled the first revamp to its crew uniform...

Gordon Smith
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Hawaii Nine-O

Matteo Legnani

Hawaiian Airlines has grown to become a major pan-Pacific player...

Matteo Legnani
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The Skye’s the Limit

Tony Mallett

Tony Mallett goes airside at Heathrow to spend a busy morning with Skye Hester...

Tony Mallett
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The women leading a flying revolution

Louise Rose Jones

Louise Rose Jones takes a look at the female aviators who forged the way for today’s women of the skies...

Louise Rose Jones

British Airways Breaks Record

Thomas Lee

British Airways has made history by flying the quickest subsonic flight between New York/John F Kennedy and London/Heathrow.

Thomas Lee

Batik Air Welcomes Airbus A320neo

Thomas Lee

INDONESIAN OPERATOR Batik Air has accepted its first Airbus A320neo, PK-BDF (c/n 9505).

Thomas Lee