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
Aircraft News-Feb. 24, 2017
Aircraft News-Feb. 24, 2017
MRO Briefs-Feb. 23, 2017
MRO Briefs-Feb. 23, 2017
Airline Routes-Feb. 22, 2017
Airline Routes-Feb. 22, 2017
Korean Air 787-9
Korean Air takes delivery of first Boeing 787-9
Korean Air has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-9, making it the first airline in the country to operate the type.
Zoom Air CRJ200
India’s Zoom Air launches CRJ200 service
India’s new regional carrier Zoom Air, has launched Bombardier CRJ200 regional jet service with aircraft acquired from a third party.
JetBlue Embraer E190
JetBlue introduces special Embraer E190 livery
JetBlue Airways has rolled out a special Embraer E190 livery and a new tailfin design that will appear on multiple aircraft this year.
Photo Gallery: Boeing rolls out first 787-10

Boeing rolled out the first 787-10, the third and largest Dreamliner variant, from its plant in North Charleston, South Carolina, the exclusive final assembly site for 787-10 aircraft. More than 5,000 people, many of them Boeing employees, attended a roll-out ceremony featuring a speech by US President Donald Trump.

Airline Routes-Feb. 17, 2017 
Airline Routes-Feb. 17, 2017
Southwest, Frontier aircraft collide on ground at Phoenix airport 
A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 and a Frontier Airlines Airbus A320 were involved in a ground contact incident at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), the airlines and airport have confirmed.
Rendering of 787-9 in Juneyao Airlines’ livery
Juneyao Airlines finalizes 787-9 order 
China’s Juneyao Airlines has finalized order for five Boeing 787-9s, valued at about $1.32 billion at current list prices, according to the US-based manufacturer.
People-Feb. 16, 2017 
People-Feb. 16, 2017
Boeing South Carolina workers reject union 
Boeing South Carolina (BSC) workers have voted to reject the International Association of Machinists’ (IAM) attempt to unionize the North Charleston site.
Aircraft News-Feb. 15, 2017 
Aircraft News-Feb. 15, 2017
Blogs & Commentary
Mar 22, 2017
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Keep calm, but don't carry on!

The British Airways statement on the new rules forbidding laptops and other personal electronic devices in carry-on on certain flights is so British....More
Mar 21, 2017
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Casting a cloud over a movie star & a little boy sharing carrot juice

Have years of work by Emirates and other airlines to cultivate a safe, friendly image in the US been spoiled in one fell swoop?...More
Mar 21, 2017
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Trying to make sense of the new TSA electronics ban

I flew to Abu Dhabi for a short work trip in January and, if I’m honest, I found the security and screening processes at that airport ahead of my flight back to Washington DC a bit annoying. However, given today’s announcement about new US security rules for flights from that airport and nine others, most of them also in the Middle East, the focus of my annoyance has changed....More
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