Airways Magazine

November 2016

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When one hears the word Boeing, the first thing that comes to mind is the Queen of the Skies, the one and only 747.

This month, honoring the Centennial of the world’s greatest aviation manufacturer, we came across a beyond stunning, detailed, and sharp head-on shot of a KLM Boeing 747-400, taken by DENNIS
JANSSEN
at Amsterdam Schiphol.

This shot summarises how grandiose, strong and important Boeing has been to the world. 100 years of aviation wonders.


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AIRWAYS FEATURE


BOEING 100

This month’s Airways Feature is dedicated to Boeing’s 100th anniversary. VINAY BHASKARA takes us from the aircraft maker’s humble origins in Seattle to becoming the globe’s largest aerospace company—a history that has shaped the air transport world as we know it.[/column]

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AIRPORT REVIEW


THE SAGA OF TWO ICELANDIC AIRPORTS

KEN DONOHUE visits Keflavik Airport, Iceland’s largest and main hub for international transportation. Currently ranked as one of Europe’s best, it’s an airport poised to expand. Enjoy the spectacular photos and story of this interesting airport.[/column]

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AIRLINE REVIEW


FLYBE

LEE CROSS takes us to FlyBe, Europe’s largest independent regional airline and the world’s largest operator of the Bombardier Q400 turboprop. A carrier with a turbulent history, FlyBe is now on a slow, yet firm, path to financial recovery. [/column]

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AIRWAYS TRAVELER


CHINA SOUTHERN: ROUND TRIP TO CHINA

From a Boeing 737-800 to an Airbus A380. From Los Angeles to Beijing via Guangzhou and back to San Francisco via Wuhan. Jump onboard with ENRIQUE PERRELLA flying China Southern Airlines, Asia’s largest airline.[/column]

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LEFT-SEAT CHRONICLES


GOING HOME

With some 20 flights a day, the New York JFK to London-Heathrow segment is the world’s busiest transatlantic route. As ALAN CARTER explains, having a Plan B in case of a contingency is not always enough. [/column]

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AIRWAYS LITERATURE


LITTLE PLANES

Not everything in aviation is about jetliners. CLAY TAYLOR writes about flying low and slow and a long lasting friendship.[/column]


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