The Hawker Siddeley HS 748 is a vintage turbo-prop airliner that was introduced to replace the venerable Douglas DC-3 in the 1950s. This month, we travel to Canada and fly on one of the last HS 748s in service anywhere in the world. To change our usual outside, dramatic cover shots, we have chosen a more conventional window view of the Hawker’s left wing, showcasing one of the most spectacular views of the Yukon. Read our Airways Traveler on Page 40 of this issue.
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XX Flying EAA’s Ford Tri Motor
BILL HOUGH flies back to the early days of commercial aviation through EAA’s Ford Tri-Motor Tour.
XX Sunset for the Hawker Siddeley HS 748
As the era of this British-built propliner is coming to an end, BEN WANG takes a flight on Air North’s HS 748, and takes a closer look at the essential role played by this aircraft in the airline’s fleet.
XX Albuquerque International Airport
K.D. LEPERI visits the largest airport in New Mexico, which boasts a blend of native and Spanish design elements.
XX Xiamen Air
KEN DONOHUE takes a look at Xiamen Air, and at how its distinctive egret is now flying higher than ever.
XX The American & Qantas Joint Venture
The US Department of Transportation has put an end to a proposed American Airlines-Qantas antitrust immunity agreement. ROHAN ANAND analyzes the rationale behind this decision.
XX Wardair Canada
TED LARKIN reviews how Wardair Airlines evolved from a small regional company to a major player in the Canadian air travel market.
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