Airways Magazine

December 2017

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The retirement of the iconic Jumbolino is an event that deserves to be in the spotlight. This aircraft features super large flaps and spoilers, but the complex split air brake that’s mounted on its tail cone is what makes it unique.

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AIRWAYS FEATURE 


XX Flying on the 737-400 Combi

CODY DIAMOND and JANNIK FEMERLING take a round trip to the northernmost point of the US on two of Alaska Airlines’ since retired Boeing 737-400 Combis.


AIRWAYS TRAVELER 


XX Aeroflot Premium Economy

ROHAN ANAND explores Aeroflot’s Premium Economy by flying from New York to Moscow.


AIRPORT REVIEW 


XX Roland Garros Airport

Join GUY ZUNINO on a visit to Réunion Island, a piece of France in the Indian Ocean, and learn what’s next for this small but thriving airport.


AIRLINE REVIEW 


XX Virgin Australia

Let’s go Down Under to meet IAN HOLLAND and fly Virgin Australia, the country’s second-largest airline after Qantas, and the largest by fleet size branded ‘Virgin’


THE AIRCHIVE 


XX Sabena – Part Two

MAURICE WICKSTEAD showcases the second part in his history of this iconic Belgian carrier, flying back in time to the dawn of the Jet Era until the airline’s sour demise in 2001.


AIRWAYS LITERATURE 


XX The Man and its Tentacles

CLAY TAYLOR, recalling his experiences in the industry, explains how long the Man’s tentacles can be.


AIRWAYS INDUSTRY 


XX Vancouver’s China Connection

Vancouver International Airport services more Chinese airlines than any other city outside of Asia. KEN DONOHUE explains why.


photonewsAIRWAYS PHOTO NEWS:
A colorfully illustrated highlight of the major news developments from North America and around the world, including new fleet changes, airlines, and paint schemes.

mailbagMAILBAG:
Our global forum for our readers’ opinions, feedback, and contributions.

d&aShotDEPARTING SHOT & ARRIVING SHOT

 


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Weight 0.7 kg
Dimensions 0.15 x 8.37 x 10.87 cm
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