September 2017In the September issue of Airliner World, we find out how Irish regional carrier CityJet is reinventing itself as a charter specialist, we examine the changing fortunes of Amsterdam-based Martinair, once the second force in Dutch Aviation, and we join Brussels Airlines on the jumpseat of an Avro RJ100 for a round trip to Stockholm’s city centre airport, Bromma. <br><br>Elsewhere in this edition, we shine the spotlight on the world’s first, heaviest and biggest supersonic airliner – the machine in question is not Concorde, this is the story of the Soviet Union’s Tu-144. We also visit Japan’s island airport, Chubu Centrair, we find out how VIP operator Acropolis Aviation is preparing for its first Airbus ACJ320neo, and we hear about a dramatic career change from paramedic to professional pilot. We also have photospreads from Russia’s biggest aerospace event, MAKS 2017 at Zhukovsky, Moscow, and from the recent G20 Summit in Hamburg. <br><br>Lastly, we bring you our comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including details of a new partnership between Emirates and flydubai, Norwegian UK takes a step closer to launching transatlantic services, Mandarin Airlines signs a firm order for ATR 72-600s and easyJet secures an Austrian AOC. We also have all our regular sections covering the latest commercial aircraft acquisitions, up-to-date accident reports and developments from the world of aviation training and MROs.
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