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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Airports of the World is the only magazine that examines the global airport scene providing an in-depth look at the layout, activities, aircraft, airlines and people at a wide selection of the world’s airports. Published bi-monthly, it reports on all types of airports, from major city hubs to small regional facilities.

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Airports of the World  |  BAe 146  


Launched by Hawker Siddeley in 1973 the 146 jet airliner was shelved the following year and only kept in being through the fervent efforts of the workforce and politicians. Relaunched by British Aerospace in 1978 it entered service five years later.

The 146 made headway in a number of markets owing to its outstanding take-off and landing performance and the quietness of its engines. November 2003 marked the final delivery of this British-built airliner, but with 390 deliveries it remains the most successful British jet airliner.

The 146’s recent spectacular development as a Fire bomber in the USA, continuing airline service, use as an executive jet, in military roles and as a Meteorological research aircraft prove that the end of production was not the end of the aircraft’s usefulness. Illustrated with over 150 colour photos and large cutaway drawings, this 100-page special publication is fascinating reading for all commercial aviation enthusiasts.

Features include:

A faltering process - the origins of the 146
After its lengthy and difficult gestation the 146’s first flight on 3rd September 1981 was a relief to many.

Early years in service
The independent airline Dan-Air had the accolade of becoming the 146’s inaugural operator.

In and out of the City
The development of the 146 and London City Airport were inextricably linked.

The 146 becomes the RJ
BAe responded to the market downturn by cutting costs, limiting production, closing Hatfield and by developing the 146 into the RJ.

New role – Firefighter
More than 30 years after its maiden flight the 146/RJ is now successfully established fighting forest fires in the USA.
Airports of the World Magazine - The World Favourite Airports Magazine

Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher.

Airports of the World is the only magazine that examines the global airport scene providing an in-depth look at the layout, activities, aircraft, airlines and people at a wide selection of the world’s airports. Published bi-monthly, it reports on all types of airports, from major city hubs to small regional and leisure airports. It features analysis of an airport’s operations, customers and plans for the future. All aspects of airport operations are examined from airside operations to the construction of new terminals and infrastructures.
The magazine also covers the latest technological innovations in areas such as air traffic control, security, automated check-in systems and the industry’s role in the fight against climate change.

Regular features include:

• Comprehensive news
• Profiles and features on airports from around the world
• The history and future development of airports
• Interviews with key industry personnel
• The latest technological innovations
• ‘Behind the scenes’ - real life stories from airport staff
• Best places to spot aircraft in and around the airport
• Plus regular special feature sections and supplements

And much, much more!

For more information, visit www.airportsworld.com

Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2015. All rights reserved.

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   This MAG is great Reviewed Friday, November 23, 2012
This MAG is great for aviation enthusiasts, not only do you save money, you get it delivered too which I find great as I live a distance from the local stockist
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Airports of the World   |   BAe 146   


Launched by Hawker Siddeley in 1973 the 146 jet airliner was shelved the following year and only kept in being through the fervent efforts of the workforce and politicians. Relaunched by British Aerospace in 1978 it entered service five years later.

The 146 made headway in a number of markets owing to its outstanding take-off and landing performance and the quietness of its engines. November 2003 marked the final delivery of this British-built airliner, but with 390 deliveries it remains the most successful British jet airliner.

The 146’s recent spectacular development as a Fire bomber in the USA, continuing airline service, use as an executive jet, in military roles and as a Meteorological research aircraft prove that the end of production was not the end of the aircraft’s usefulness. Illustrated with over 150 colour photos and large cutaway drawings, this 100-page special publication is fascinating reading for all commercial aviation enthusiasts.

Features include:

A faltering process - the origins of the 146
After its lengthy and difficult gestation the 146’s first flight on 3rd September 1981 was a relief to many.

Early years in service
The independent airline Dan-Air had the accolade of becoming the 146’s inaugural operator.

In and out of the City
The development of the 146 and London City Airport were inextricably linked.

The 146 becomes the RJ
BAe responded to the market downturn by cutting costs, limiting production, closing Hatfield and by developing the 146 into the RJ.

New role – Firefighter
More than 30 years after its maiden flight the 146/RJ is now successfully established fighting forest fires in the USA.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Airports of the World magazine print subscription.
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