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Airways Magazine

Airways Magazine

November/December 2020

Airways is the world's leading Commercial Aviation magazine, offering insider knowledge, international outlook, industry analysis, historic features, and stunning aviation photography. Airways is published monthly since 1994.

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United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Airways International Inc.
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2 min.
editor’s briefing

AS THE WORLD strives to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, we at Airways remain committed to delivering top-quality content on what is happening in commercial aviation during these exceptional times with the same passion and dedication as when our magazine was first published over a quarter of a century ago. I want to take a moment to thank you, dear readers, for your support and patience during these last months. When I assumed the role of Executive Editor earlier this year, little did I know how different and challenging things were going to be, with stiff editorial schedule changes, logistical woes, and an overall state of anguish. As our Publisher, Enrique Perrella, said, 2020 is a year to forget. We have lost countless lives, including those of friends and family, to this…

1 min.
mailbag

Hi, Airways, Everything old is new again. When I first saw the September-October 2020 cover, I knew I had seen it before. My money was on one of those rare Airliners International magazines from the mid-1970s. And I was close, as it was the Air Classics Airliner Special No. 2, Summer 1976! In 44 years, this magazine and some other golden oldies have survived 11 moves and a firestorm that nearly wiped out our old neighborhood in 2017. Please, be all safe and well, Michael Kaeser Granite Bay, California Hello, Michael, The cover you sent us is as ‘vintage’ as I am, and what a pleasant surprise it was. We couldn’t agree more that the picture is perhaps one of the most beautiful of a TriStar ever. With its sleek design and distinctive number two engine mount,…

1 min.
on the cover

The new SAS Airbus A350 is not only a game changer in terms of fuel efficiency, it also sets new standards of comfort and enhanced passenger experience. PHOTO CLÉMENT ALLOING · TLS SOCIAL MEDIA airwaysmag 4,455 likes To start off the weekend we’re posting our featured photographer Kevin Cargo’s (@ordavgeek) favorite aircraft and shot of all time- Yankee Tango! “Anyone who knows me or my account knows that I love Lufthansa’s retro 747-8, D-ABYT. I managed to withstand the frigid temps back on Valentine’s Day to grab this bucket list shot of her crossing the iconic O’Hare tower.” OUR MOST VIEWED VIDEO According to reports, JetBlue Airways (B6) has acquired slots at London Heathrow Airport (LHR). Service from Boston and New York’s JFK to London is expected to begin sometime in 2021. This will be the carrier’s…

6 min.
photo news

1 PRIME AIR (SUN COUNTRY) BOEING 737-84P(BCF)(WL) N5683A MSN 32601 · LN 1033 Last December, eCommerce giant Amazon selected low-cost airline Sun Country (SY) to expand its cargo operations. The Minneapolis-based carrier has started to fly a fleet of up to 10 converted Boeing 737-800 freighters on behalf of Amazon under the Prime Air brand. 2 KODIAK AIRCRAFT COMPANY KODIAK 100 N228QK MSN 100-0228 Kodiak Aircraft Company, now owned by Daher, produces the Kodiak 100, which is seen here receiving a new paint job at the premises of Ace Aviation in Renton (RNT). The livery features a Kodiak bear face, paw prints, and claw marks. From the look of the theme, it could be a new livery for a demonstrator aircraft. 3 INTERJET WEST (CAREER AVIATION) BOEING 737-3B7(SF) N383TR MSN 23383 · LN 1425 InterJet West Cargo (K8) is a new…

8 min.
farewell, crj200 the best and the worst of times

THE COVID-19 pandemic has not only claimed the lives of many, but has also reshaped the aviation industry, down to fleet types and sizes. Virtually every airline has been forced to adjust its schedules, preserving cash and planning for the future in the so-called new normal. The airline for which I work, a regional subsidiary of a major US airline, has operated the CRJ200, CRJ700, and CRJ900. Last month, we received word that the CRJ200 would be retired, effective immediately. While it may seem hard to believe, the infamous CRJ200 (aka The RJ50, Canadian Reset Jet, or Deuce, as my airline’s Pilot group so affectionately calls it) was a state-of-the-art aircraft when it first flew in 1991. With its sleek appearance, abundant speed, and ability to climb above the weather, the RJ…

7 min.
itavia 870, 40 years on

FORTY YEARS ago, in the late evening of June 27, 1980, a young girl named Giuliana was one of 81 souls onboard Itavia Flight IH870. She was an unaccompanied minor on that flight. She waved goodbye to her grandparents in Bologna. Her father, Roberto, was waiting for her in Palermo. Yet she, as well as all the others onboard, died when the aircraft, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9-14 (I-TIGI · MSN 45724 · LN 22) crashed into the Tyrrhenian Sea about midway between the islands of Ponza and Ustica. Her body was one of the 42 never recovered from the sea. As a nine-year old airline fanatic, I was deeply affected by the tragedy. I had just flown on the same model and airline with my mom and my brother from Milan to…