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Fuel speed ahead

The UK’s new Airbus A330 Voyager graces the cover of the latest Flight International (9-15 April), in which defence editor Craig Hoyle assesses the transition from the aged VC10 and TriStar tankers to the latest fleet of refuelling aircraft. This year, he asserts, marks a “crucial transition” for the country’s in-flight military aircraft refuelling capabilities. We also preview […]

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How the West won

(The following first appeared as the lead Comment in Flight International, 19 February 2013) US Airways stands poised to join the long list of legacy airline brands, including Pan Am, Eastern, TWA, Northwest and Continental, to pass into history.But the proposed merger of American Airlines and US Airways upsets the typical post-deregulation narrative. For the […]

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How the West won

(The following first appeared as the lead Comment in Flight International, 19 February 2013) US Airways stands poised to join the long list of legacy airline brands, including Pan Am, Eastern, TWA, Northwest and Continental, to pass into history.But the proposed merger of American Airlines and US Airways upsets the typical post-deregulation narrative. For the […]

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How the West won

(The following first appeared as the lead Comment in Flight International, 19 February 2013) US Airways stands poised to join the long list of legacy airline brands, including Pan Am, Eastern, TWA, Northwest and Continental, to pass into history.But the proposed merger of American Airlines and US Airways upsets the typical post-deregulation narrative. For the […]

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