Airliner World July issue - OUT NOW

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http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/2803/4889t.jpg Featuring: http://img703.imageshack.us/img703/9640/alwjuly1.jpg The Falcon at 50 As the Dassault Falcon marks its 50th Anniversary, Craig West and Gerry Sweet examine one of France's leading commercial aviation exports. Air Zimbabwe From its early days as a carrier spanning three countries, Bob O'Brien looks at the history of the often-troubled African airline. http://img827.imageshack.us/img827/1962/alwjuly2.jpg Japan Airlines Once described as the nation's biggest corporate failure, Japan Airlines has undergone significant changes since emerging from bankruptcy. NATS All flight departures and arrivals in the London area - plus those transiting the airspace - are controlled by a single organisation. Tony Dixon finds out how the skies are managed. Hyderabad Airport Raf Jah visited the Indian sub-continent to look at the history of aviation in the city of Hyderabad, served by Rajiv Ghandi International Airport. http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/6565/alwjuly3.jpg SkyWork Sebastien Schmitz travels to the Berne headquarters of SkyWork to see how the Swiss regional carrier's innovative approach has enabled it to flourish in the face of adversity. and much more! Airliner World July issue is AVAILABLE NOW for just £4.50 from WHSmith and other leading newsagents. Alternatively, order your copy with FREE P&P* from our online shop or download a digital version here. *UK & BFPO only
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