Your weekly review of commercial flight
Today, we’re launching a new weekly newsletter: the Airways NOTAM, with the top three news stories of the week, an opinion piece, this week in history, one analysis, and multimedia content.
We hope this format offers you a more comprehensive look at the global aviation industry week after week, so choose the story that interests you the most and read on!
American Airlines Expands London Flight Service
This week, American Airlines announced its largest-ever summer schedule for London Heathrow Airport. Read more…
Airbus to Change A350 Design Despite Qatar Airways Dispute
Airbus has started the process of changing the core design of its A350 series due to a flaw in the exterior coating. Read more…
Airbus Steps Down from FAA’s Boeing Safety Inspection Panel
Airbus has withdrawn from the panel of experts reviewing Boeing's safety management practices. Read more…
Op-Ed: The State of Commercial Aviation in 2023
After a year of uncertainty and missteps, what can we expect from the commercial aviation industry in 2023? Read more…
1/21/1976: Concorde Enters Synchronized Service
When British Airways and Air France put Concorde into service, it was a watershed moment in aviation history. Read more…
Airways Top 10 Largest Chinese Airlines by Fleet Size
With three Chinese airlines operating more than 450 aircraft each, the Chinese aviation market is huge. Read more…
In this video, we look at the potential benefits and challenges of the Flying V, a radical aircraft design developed by TU Delft in collaboration with Airbus and KLM.
The year was 1961, and Trans Caribbean Airways was about to take delivery of its first Douglas DC-8-51. Read all about the aircraft in the latest issue of Airways Magazine.
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