Linda Blachly

Linda
Blachly
Online editor,
Penton Aviation

Linda joined the staff of Penton Aviation's Air Transport World in July 2010. She works in the Arlington, Virginia office as online editor of ATW Online and ATW Daily News. She is responsible for writing, copyediting and online content management. She has been in journalism for more than 30 years and is a former newspaper editor and publisher of her own travel magazine.

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Articles
Passenger Experience-April 29, 2016
Passenger Experience-April 29, 2016
Flight Training-April 27, 2016
Flight Training-April 27, 2016
IT & Distribution-April 26, 2016
IT & Distribution-April 26, 2016
Xiamen Airlines 737-800
China’s Xiamen Airlines orders 10 737-800s
China Southern Airlines’ subsidiary Xiamen Airlines has placed an order for 10 Boeing 737-800s, valued at $960 million at list prices.
CityJet and Bombardier executives
Falko’s Trident Jet orders four more CRJ900s for lease to CityJet
Trident Jet (Jersey) Ltd., a sister company of UK-based lessor Falko Regional Aircraft, has ordered four more Bombardier CRJ900s for lease to Irish regional CityJet, in an order valued at $183.9 million, based on list prices.
ATW Photo Gallery: Munich Airport satellite facility opening
The new satellite facility at Germany’s Munich Airport opened April 22 and flight operations are scheduled to begin April 26.
Aircraft & Manufacturer News-April 21, 2016
Aircraft & Manufacturer News-April 21, 2016
American Airlines A321
First US-built American A321 completes maiden flight 1
The first Airbus A321 aircraft, produced for American Airlines at the Airbus US Manufacturing Facility, has flown for the first time.
Alaska Airlines 737-400
Alaska Air Group 1Q net profit up 23%
Alaska Air Group, parent of Seattle-based Alaska Airlines and regional carrier Horizon Air, reported a consolidated first-quarter net income of $184 million, up 23% from a net income of $149 million in the year-ago quarter.
People-April 20, 2016
People-April 20, 2016
Hawaiian Airlines A330-200
Hawaiian Airlines pilots to vote on strike authorization
Pilot leaders at Hawaiian Airlines (HAL) will ask members to give them authority to strike if labor negotiations break down and the federal government authorizes a walkout, the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) said in a statement released April 19.
Rendering of A330-900 in Garuda Indonesia livery
Garuda Indonesia orders 14 A330-900neos 2
Garuda Indonesia has confirmed an order with Airbus for 14 A330-900neos, which will be delivered from 2019.
IT & Distribution-April 14, 2016
IT & Distribution-April 14, 2016
Passenger Experience-April 13, 2016
Passenger Experience-April 13, 2016
Emirates A380
Emirates Airline orders two additional Airbus A380s
Dubai-based Emirates Airline has ordered two new Airbus A380s, scheduled for delivery in the fourth quarter of 2017.
Blogs & Commentary
Apr 21, 2016
blog

American Beauty

American Airlines turned 90 years old April 15....More
Apr 21, 2016
blog

Customer choice 6

Airbus is hoping passengers will seek out its Airspace cabin and proactively buy flights because they are operated by Airbus products, but how many passengers actually know which aircraft type they are flying on?...More
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