Southern Airways Express
Started a mere 10 years ago, this ‘small-town’ airline now has a network that sprawls across the US and the Pacific Ocean—and is ready for hybrid-electric power. MATTEO LEGNANI fills us in.
Zipping Across the Pacific
When Japanese low-cost carrier ZIPAIR Tokyo began direct service from San Jose, California, to the Japanese capital, BEN WANG was on board. He reports on this ‘new basic airline’.
Mohamed Yousif Al Binfalah
The top official at Bahrain International Airport is overseeing the change at this ‘Boutique Airport’ in The Gulf.
Boeing 747: Take Two On First Service
On a fateful day in 1970, it took a second plane to launch the iconic jumbo jet for its first commercial flight. ED DAVIES tells the tale. From our January 2010 issue.
Veterans Air Express
When World War II ended, a plucky veteran assembled an airline that hired about 100 ex-military aviation personnel. Though short-lived, the venture lives on in the fond remembrances and research of his daughter, writer GAYE LYN GRAVELY.
David Lusk: A Life in Commercial Aviation
David Lusk wasn’t a celebrated hero of the air industry. But he had a career that makes a son proud. BRIAN LUSK explains.
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