In the July issue of Airliner World, we find out how Hong Kongs Dragonair is growing into a dominant force in Southeast Asia, we speak to Floridian charter carrier Miami Air about its growing reputation as an industry leader and we examine some of the airlines which tried to capitalise on the Isle of Mans wealth.
Also in this edition, we head into the African bush with Nairobi-based Airkenya, we sample new levels of in-flight luxury with Qantas latest Business Class product and we shed light on Belfast International Airports airfield illuminations. We also fly the virtual skies with Flightdeck Experience, and we report on the high-end round-the-world services flown by TAG Aviations new Boeing 757.
The July issue also incorporates our comprehensive coverage of worldwide news including a 100-aircraft order for Avianca, the Pilatus PC-24 makes its first flight, TUI Group launches a major consolidation and the International Airline Group closes on Aer Lingus acquisition. 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 free 12-month subscription in our caption competition.