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October 2016

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When we came across this wonderful photo, it was clear that was meant to be featured on the cover of this month’s issue.

Brazil’s stunning geography and landscapes allow aviation photographers to create unique shots like this one.

Taken from one of the Sugar Loaf’s surrounding mountains aiming at Rio de Janeiro’s Santos Dumont airport, this photographer managed to give a an air-to-air sensation with a magnificent background.


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AIRWAYS FEATURE


ENCHANTED WITH SO MUCH AZUL

ENRIQUE PERRELLA looks at Brazil’s Azul Linhas Aéreas history, and how this low-cost carrier is coping with the turbulent politics and economy of Latin America’s largest country.[/column] [column size=one_third position=middle ]


AIRPORT REVIEW


MILAN LINATE AIRPORT

MATTEO LEGNANI recounts the colorful history of this iconic airport, taking a look at its evolution and future growth prospects.[/column] [column size=one_third position=last ]


AIRWAYS INTERVIEW


CHRISTOPH MUELLER

MALAYSIA AIRLINES CEO

ANDREAS SPAETH catches up with Christoph Mueller as the CEO of the rebounding Malaysia Airlines prepares to relinquish the helm.[/column] [column size=one_third position=first ]


AIRWAYS SPECIAL


THE FIRST AIR FORCE ONE FLIGHT

In January 1943, a Pan American Boeing 314 Clipper became into the first Air Force One. RON MARASCO narrates the details of an epic flight, taken in turbulent times.[/column] [column size=one_third position=middle ]


AIRLINE REVIEW


HAHN AIR

ANDREAS ROHDE explores the unique Hahn Air—the world’s smallest scheduled IATA carrier.[/column] [column size=one_third position=last ]


THE ARCHIVE


THE BRANDING OF NORTHWEST AIRLINES

ROBERT DUBERT flies back in time to review the iconography of Northwest Airlines, showing how the airline evolved its branding until the merger into Delta Air Lines.[/column] [column size=one_third position=first ]


AIRWAYS LITERATURE


THE SICK MATRIX

CLAY TAYLOR, shares some of his thoughts about the Pilot’s sick calls, and the implications and myths around these.[/column] [column size=one_third position=middle ]


AIRWAYS TRAVELER


BRITISH AIRWAYS:

THE SPEEDBIRD SOARS ON

As the Boeing 747-400 era slowly comes to its end, KEN DONOHUE takes flight on British Airways’ Jumbo Jet, checking out the cabin products in both Premium Economy and Economy.[/column] [column size=one_third position=last ]


LEFT-SEAT CHRONICLES


GOING HOME

JOHN MARSHALL takes us with him on a memorable flight from Rome to New York during 1991’s Desert Storm Operation.
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AIRWAYS INDUSTRY


FARNBOROUGH 2016

VINAY BHASKARA recaps the 35th Farnborough International Air Show, an event light on sales, in which the spotlight was on regional jets and narrow-bodies.[/column] [column size=one_third position=last ]


photonewsAIRWAYS PHOTO NEWS:
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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