The June issue of Air Transport World Magazine will take a special look at The New American–US Airways and American Airlines are full steam ahead in their transition plan to create the world’s largest airline. Other articles cover 787 on the cutting edge, Trends – June 2013, battle for the Long-Haul and more.
AA-US Airways merger
A transition plan that will create the world’s largest airline.
By Karen Walker
IATA’s proposal for a new distribution standard has travel agencies and GDSs crying foul.
By Michele McDonald
Make Way for the Drones
How to integrate remotely piloted vehicles into commercial airspace is an increasingly urgent challenge.
By Anne Paylor
A relative newcomer to the civil MRO scene is starting to make an impact from its base in Eastern Europe.
By Alan Dron
787 on the Cutting Edge
Boeing’s technological leap may have outpaced testing capability, especially for batteries.
By Aaron Karp
Battle for the Long-Haul
The new Airbus A350 could become the dominant airliner in the long-haul mid-size market, but Boeing has two vehicles that could make those plans difficult.
By Robert W. Moorman
Free No More
As demand for connectivity soars, more airports are moving towards paid-for WiFi offerings.
By Christine Boynton
Geographic Eligibility: USA, Canada, Mexico, Selected International
About Air Transport World (ATW):
ATW provides balanced international coverage of the airline industry and reports on the trends that affect the way airlines do business. Topics covered include airline operations, airline management issues, information technology, safety & security, eco-aviation, alliances, distribution, transport aircraft and engine programs, MRO, aero-politics, regulation, finance and leasing, airport development and air cargo.