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6/29/1962: First Flight of the Iconic Vickers VC10

The prototype - G-ARTA - took 19 minutes to fly to nearby Wisley, where extensive further testing and cabin fitting were carried out.

LATAM to Make Falkland Islands Return

The reinstatement of the Falklands Islands service comes as LATAM (LA) operations are 74% of those in June 2019.

The History of the Flight Data Recorder

The history of the Flight Data Recorder is intriguing, and it's come a long way since its introduction in the 1950s.

Interview: How Finnair Circumvents Russia’s Airspace Closure

Find out what adjustments Finnair (AY) is making to stay afloat amid the Russian airspace closure.

Menzies Aviation, Air Canada Extend Partnership in Europe

This is how the global aviation logistics specialist serves Air Canada (AC) at its European destinations.

Avianca, GOL Shareholders Create Abra Group

Find out what this a landmark agreement to form Abra Group means for Latin American air transportation.

The Time Lufthansa Flew the Boeing 767

Many may not remember that Lufthansa (LH) operated three Boeing 767s back in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

April 2022

Inspired by the unimpeded Alberta winter snow and wind, the distinctive Edmonton International Airport’s control tower dominated the cover of our 300th issue. Designed to fit naturally, the building reminds us why YEG is a masterclass in winter operations. 

November / December 2021

This Special Issue is dedicated to Pan Am and the iconic airline 30 years on. Flying Clippers, Design and Ingenuity, and a Poignant Farewell. 

May / June 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has spread around the planet at a furious pace, forcing the global aviation industry to a radical standstill. To date, thousands of aircraft remain parked, stored, or phased out. This month’s cover shows how Delta Air Lines

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