In the May issue of Airliner World, we profile the Queen of the Skies the Boeing 747-400 and we assess the options currently under consideration by the UKs Airports Commission ahead of its imminent report. We also hear from Etihad CEO James Hogan, making his first public comments since the high-profile fallout between leading carriers in the US and the Gulf.
The latest edition looks at the changing face of London/Heathrow, from a haven for aviation enthusiasts to one of the worlds busiest airports. We also find out how Mexicos aviation industry is coming of age, discover one of Africas secret jewels LAM Mozambique and visit Lithuanias new flag carrier, Air Lituanica.
The May issue also incorporates our comprehensive coverage of worldwide news including a full roundup from the Airbus Groups annual press conference, US Airways retires its last Boeing 767-200 and Virgin Atlantic returns to profit. Finally, we have all of our regular sections covering the latest commercial aircraft acquisitions, up-to-date accident reports and developments from the world of aviation training and MROs, plus we give readers the chance to win a 12-month subscription in our caption competition.