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Airways Magazine - July 2012

 

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FEATURES



US Airways

PHOTO: TOM PAWLESH 

Above LAX

by Tom Pawlesh

Take a ride with Star Helicopters for a bird's-eye view of the action at Los Angeles International Airport.

 


 

 PHOTO: SEBASTIAN SCHMITZ

The Doctor is in—on a Daytrip to the Arctic Circle

by Sebastian Schmitz

Island hopping in Iceland, accompanying the local doctor on his rounds in Grímsey, which sits on the Arctic Circle.

 


 

SriLankan

PHOTO: KOK CHWEE SIM

 The Queen Retires, Long Live the Queen!

by Kok Chwee Sim

Join us on the bittersweet commemorative flights operated by Singapore Airlines to farewell the Boeing 747.

 


 

PHOTO: MAC AF UHR

Dangerous Goods

by Mac af Uhr

Ride the jump-seat of a Convair 580 carrying a cargo of mean Australian saltwater crocodile.



 

Cambodia Air

PHOTO: PAUL HOWARD

Cambodia Angkor Air: From Wat to Water

by Paul Howard

Cambodia's national airline provides links to historic Anghor Wat thanks to a wet-lease agreement with Vietnam Airlines.



 

Cambodia Air

PHOTO: ANDREAS ROHDE

Seawings Caravans over Dubai

by Andreas Rohde

Take a luxurious sightseeing flight over the Gulf metropolis of Dubai, home to the world's tallest building.



 

mxp


PHOTO: SEA

MXP Moves Forward

by Matteo Legnani

Milano-Malpensa survives the loss of hub status with Alitalia then Lufthansa's Italian venture, but is once again fashionable with the expansion of easyJet and Asian carriers.

 


 

Independence Air

PHOTO: COURTESY BRIAN CAMPBELL

The End of an Airline: A Pilot’s Final Flight at Independence Air

by Bradley Sunshine

Signing off with professionalism and dignity: one CRJ pilot recalls flying one of the last flights of Independence Air.

 


ozark

PHOTO: DHS COLLECTION

Ozark Air Lines: The Go-Getter Airline

by David H Stringer

The third installment of the story of Ozark Air Lines sees the local service airline spread its wings and go all-jet, with the addition of Fairchild FH-227s and Douglas DC-9s.



 

PLUS

FIDAE 2012

by Jeff Kriendler

 

Five Pound Wager

by Hilary Adams Zwicky

 


DEPARTMENTS


 

Both Sides: Sunrise over Da Nang

by Clayton Taylor

 

Coach Flyer: Korean Air Airbus A380

by Paul B Anderson


Debrief

Stan Solomon offers a varied selection of anecdotes from the Airways.

 

Mailbag

Our global forum for our readers’ opinions, feedback, and contributions.


News from the Airways

Colorfully illustrated highlights of the major news developments from North America and around the world, including fleet changes, new airlines, and new paint schemes.

 

Reviews

FRONTIER AIRLINES: A History of the Former Frontier Airlines 1950-1986

by Gregory R Stearns

 

View From the Cockpit

by Tom Pawlesh

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