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Nasdaq Welcomes Airways to the Global Distribution Network

    Nasdaq Welcomes Airways to the Global Distribution Network

NEW YORK  — Nasdaq welcomed Airways to its Global Distribution Network earlier today in Times Square, New York City, by displaying the publication’s logo on the exterior of the company’s headquarters, known for its curved electronic display that covers the building in its entirety. Enrique Perrella, Publisher and Editor in Chief of

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Letter from the Publisher: An Update to our Worldwide Readers

    Letter from the Publisher: An Update to our Worldwide Readers

Welcome to the all-new Airways Magazine web portal! Our Managing Editor, Chris Sloan, and I are very proud to see how one of the most ambitious projects since our team took the reigns of the Airways ship has finally launched. Working closely with our worldwide team of contributors, editors, and operations team, we finally

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LAN Airlines: Latin America’ S Rising Star

    LAN Airlines: Latin America’ S Rising Star

Published in December 2014 issue By Jeff Kriendler THE LATAM AIRLINES GROUP From its modest roots in 1929, the Linea Aerea Nacional (LAN) de Chile has pieced together a powerful mosaic across the South American continent through national investments in a handful of strategically-positioned airlines, instilling in each a common

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Transocean Air Lines

  Transocean Air Lines

Published in December 2014 issue Over a time span of less than two decades Transocean developed into perhaps the quintessential example of a US post-war charter, or “irregular” airline. Against the odds, it accomplished much in a relatively short time

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An Opportunity of a Lifetime: Flying Aer Lingus’ De Havilland 84 “Iolar”

  An Opportunity of a Lifetime: Flying Aer Lingus’ De Havilland 84 “Iolar”

Published in December 2014 issue By Andreas Rohde FLYING THE IRISH EAGLE Over the small, grass Tannheim airfield in southern Germany, at precisely the appointed time, the silhouette of a vintage, twin-engine biplane appeared. As the aircraft turned into a

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Philippine Airlines: Asia´s oldest carrier

  Philippine Airlines: Asia´s oldest carrier

Published in December 2014 issue In March this year, Asia’s oldest airline, Philippine Airlines (PAL) commemorated its 73rd anniversary at a time during which the carrier appears to be on a path toward re-establishing itself after having been considered by

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Delta’s Worldliner: Business Elite Travel Report Atlanta London-Heathrow

  Delta’s Worldliner: Business Elite Travel Report Atlanta London-Heathrow

Published in December 2014 issue By Enrique Perrella INTRODUCTION Flying from the United States’ East Coast to the capital city of the United Kingdom has become a subject of pride among American and British legacy carriers, with over 67 daily

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Heathrow Reinvented

  Heathrow Reinvented

Published in December 2014 issue The opening of the ultra-modern Terminal 2 ushers in a new era at London’s main airport, but the issues presented by the lack of a third runway remain. By Andreas Spaeth There´s one image  that’s

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Unveiling the all-new AirwaysMag.com

  Unveiling the all-new AirwaysMag.com

To our loyal subscribers, readers, and followers: After an ultra long haul journey of 22 years of non stop publication, Airways Magazine has become one of the very last-standing commercial aviation magazines based in the United States, though our focus

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Fighting for a Second Chance

    Fighting for a Second Chance

Published in January 2015 issue By Michael Manning On an average day in U.S. commercial aviation, there are approximately 23,000 flights, 70% of which are controlled by three carriers: United, Delta and American. Conventional wisdom has it that, if one includes Southwest, JetBlue and Alaska, more than 90% of U.S.

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Crew Rest

Published in February 2015 issue We’ve all done the drill a million times. We wake up before the sun, hurry out the door and wipe the sleep from our eyes as we speed down the highway. By Clayton Taylor Once at the airport, we get in line to endure a

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Air force one and a half

Published in February 2015 issue By John A. Marshall One of the most pleasant chores that befell me while I was a check airman in the New York Chief Pilot’s office in the 707 days was being assigned to the very limited cadre of airmen who flew White House Press

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Exclusive interview Ruppert Hogg: Coo Cathay Pacific Airways

  Exclusive interview Ruppert Hogg: Coo Cathay Pacific Airways

Published in February 2015 issue By Andreas Spaeth Q: Historically, Cathay has always been a company run by white, British men. Is that still in the airline’s DNA? And is it still an advantage these days, when you are officially

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Austrian Airlines: The Rebirth of A Legacy

  Austrian Airlines: The Rebirth of A Legacy

Published in February 2015 issue By Jeff Kriendler As is the custom of millions of other North American families with ethnic roots in Europe, Jaan and his family flew on family holidays to Austria where he became fluent in German

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Mohawk Airlines: Part two

  Mohawk Airlines: Part two

Published in February 2015 issue By David H. Stringer At the beginning of 1953, Mohawk was serving nine airports in upstate New York plus Newark Airport in New Jersey. The previous year, Newark had been closed for nine months following

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Flying to and from Moscow the Russian way

Published in February 2015 issue By Andreas Rohde Aeroflot Flight: SU 2302 Route: Moscow Sheremetyevo (SVO)–Frankfurt (FRA) Aircraft: Airbus A320-200 Having recently celebrated its ninetieth birthday, Aeroflot is almost a mystic name in commercial aviation. Once the largest airline on

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Seattle Airport & City

  Seattle Airport & City

Published in February 2015 issue By Albert Rodriguez Of the multitude of times I have flown out of Sea-Tac, the most memorable was when my weeping mother watched me board a Hawaiian Airlines flight to my new home, 5,000 miles

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Reaching for the cutting edge

  Reaching for the cutting edge

Published in February 2015 issue Qatar Airways began flying in 1994 as a small carrier serving a handful of routes in the Gulf region, using Airbus A310s and Boeing 727s. In 1997, the airline re-launched with the mandate to become

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