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Airbus’ Super Transporter

A300-600ST BELUGA Following the formation of Airbus Industrie in 1970 by the major French, German, British and Spanish aerospace companies; it immediately faced a difficult decision: how to transport large aircraft components built at the consortium’s manufacturing centres across Europe

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Eznis Airways

Although it is barely five years old, Eznis Airways has emerged as the leading domestic airline in Mongolia. Sebastian Schmitz travels to the carrier’s base in Ulaanbaatar to discover the secret to its success. Mongolia is a vast and sparsely

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From the Flightdeck : Boeing 757

Air Italy Boeing 757-200s can carry 209 passengers – ten in Business Class and 199 in Economy. (All photos author)

Marco Finelli joins the crew of an Air Italy flight from Italy to Brazil. Mission To Parnaíba The vivid colours, the rhythm of the samba, and the relaxed attitude to life are what many tourists most remember about Brazil. Italian

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Boeing Finally Delivers…

US MANUFACTURER Boeing delivered its first B787 to launch customer All Nippon Airways (ANA) on September 26. Dubbed the Dreamliner, the jet was presented to airline executives by over 500 Boeing employees in a ceremony at its Everett plant in

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Thailand’s ROYAL ORCHID – Airliner World, August 2009

Thailand's national carrier, Thai Airways International, celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009. (Oliver Baumberger)

2009 marked the 50th anniversary of the formation of Thai Airways International (THAI). Barry Woods-Turner takes a look at how the Asian carrier has evolved over this period and how the current economic downturn will affect its future prospects. Thai

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Florida One Construction

Southwest Airlines shows how its logojet ‘Florida One’ was produced from parts to flying.

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Workhorse still going strong

The DC-3 first flew 75 years ago, but still flies across the globe. Airliner Classics reports. On December 17, 2010, it will be 107 years since the first powered flight. It will also be the 75th anniversary of the first

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Boeing’s Big Year

Boeing’s test fleet has been an incredibly busy since December 2009 with the first flights of both the 787 Dreamliner and 747-8 updated Jumbo Jet. AIR International and Airliner World magazines have been covering the action. 787 debuts Ready… steady…

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airBaltic – The big airline from the small country

Airliner World magazine reports on the airline’s plans to be a force in European skies following Latvia’s entry into the European Union. As one of the youngest, and smallest, of the world’s national carriers, Latvian airline airBaltic was quick to

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Newcastle International Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Newcastle International Airport in the North East of England has celebrated its 75th anniversary – key.aero was there. On July 26 Newcastle International Airport in the North East of England celebrated the 75th anniversary of its opening with a royal

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