September 2019In the September 2019 issue of Airliner World, we’re with Singapore Airlines who are going further with two engines than ever before. We speak to the carrier’s deputy chief A350 pilot to learn more about Flight SQ22 from Singapore to Newark: the world’s longest scheduled commercial route. Elsewhere, don’t miss our special report investigating how airlines are coping with the ongoing grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX, featuring exclusive analysis confirming the global scale of the situation. Our globetrotting doesn’t end there. We’ve fascinating features from both Costa Rica and Easter Island, including a selection of rare aircraft and lesser-known airports. We’re also turning back the clock to the 1970s to reflect on how Air New Zealand and BOAC used Los Angeles as the perfect pit-stop for their shared DC-10 fleet. Other highlights include a special insight into the importance of commercial test pilots, a royal visitor for L3Harris’ new training centre and we’re in Poland to learn more about charter experts Enter Air. Finally, we bring you our comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including a new airline for Antwerp, Air France-KLM opts for the A220, a fresh look for EgyptAir Express, and Qantas’ 747s prepare for retirement. We also have all our regular sections covering the latest commercial aircraft acquisitions, up-to-date accident reports and developments from the world of aviation training and MROs.
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