Airways Magazine

January 2018

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One of the most seen aircraft soaring the American skies in the last two decades is Southwest’s Boeing 737-300. This aircraft type was seen sporting numerous liveries and at many different airports throughout the years, becoming the world’s most successful low-cost carrier’s backbone. This month, we honor its retirement with a powerful departing shot. Thank you for your service, Classic.


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AIRWAYS FEATURE 


XX Southwest Bids Farewell to the Boeing 737 Classics

For its undisputed success, Southwest Airlines owes a big debt to the Boeing 737. BEN WANG had the opportunity to ride the last commercial flight of the carrier’s 737-300 from Houston Hobby to Dallas Love Field.


AIRWAYS TRAVELER 


XX Time Traveling to the Samoas

ROBERT HARRIS fulfills a lifelong dream of traveling to the Samoas, flying from Honolulu to Pago Pago on Hawaiian Airlines, and then on to Apia on Polynesian Airlines.


AIRPORT REVIEW 


XX LAX: The Big Overhaul

One of the world’s busiest airports is outmoded and a headache for passengers. But as ROHAN ANAND shows, Los Angeles International Airport’s huge remodeling project should change all that.


AIRLINE REVIEW 


XX Hong Kong Airlines

We fly to South China with KEN DONOHUE to get acquainted with Hong Kong Airlines, a carrier with a short history, but big future plans.


THE AIRCHIVE 


XX National Airlines – Part One

DAVID H. STRINGER flies back in time to bring us the colorful story of the early years of National Airlines.


AIRWAYS SPECIAL 


XX SWISS CSeries: Close and Personal

After over a year in scheduled service, Bombardier’s CSeries has come of age. ANDREAS SPAETH joins a Swiss Air Lines crew in the cockpit.


LEFT-SEAT CHRONICLES 


XX Peeling Parkas

ROBERT S. GRANT recalls his experience in flying the de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter.


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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