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
IT & Distribution-June 20, 2018
IT & Distribution-June 20, 2018
Aircraft News-June 19, 2018
Aircraft News-June 19, 2018
Airline Routes-June 18, 2018
Airline Routes-June 18, 2018
People-June 15, 2018
People-June 15, 2018
MRO Briefs-June 13, 2018
MRO Briefs-June 13, 2018
Hamburg Airport trials ‘Gate Delivery’ service
Germany’s Hamburg Airport is launching a test phase for a new “Gate Delivery” service where passengers can order snacks and drinks online to be delivered directly to their departure gate.
MRO Briefs-June 8, 2018
MRO Briefs-June 8, 2018
People-June 7, 2018
People-June 7, 2018
BelugaXL
Airbus BelugaXL on track for first flight
Airbus said the BelugaXL has passed the ground vibration test (GVT), a requirement for certification of the aircraft that paves the way toward its maiden flight in summer 2018.
Airline Routes-June 6, 2018
Airline Routes-June 6, 2018
Aircraft Briefs-June 5, 2018
Aircraft Briefs-June 5, 2018
MRO Briefs-May 31, 2018
MRO Briefs-May 31, 2018
Airline Routes-May 29, 2018
Airline Routes-May 29, 2018
MRO Briefs-May 24, 2018
MRO Briefs-May 24, 2018
People-May 23, 2018
People-May 23, 2018
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Blogs & Commentary
Jun 20, 2018
blog

Child border policy brings US airlines into political fray

The scandal over children being separated from their parents by US border officials at the US-Mexico border has drawn some of America’s largest airlines into the political debate....More
Jun 11, 2018
blog

IATA’s other imbalance is the lack of LCCs

IATA’s board chairman, Akbar al Baker, created a lot of controversy last week when he ended the IATA AGM in Sydney by telling reporters that “only a man” could run an airline (for which he later apologized). This followed a media stir when IATA issued a photograph of its board members, comprising 25 men and just one woman. But gender inequality is not the only imbalance in IATA’s ranks....More
May 21, 2018
blog

Was Doug Parker’s $5 billion ‘average’ earnings prediction a mistake?

American’s first two annual financial results following Parker’s $3 billion-$7 billion assertion will end up at the low end of the range....More

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