Kathryn M. Young

Managing Editor , Air Transport World

Managing Editor Kathryn Young guides all editorial production of ATW and special publications from the headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland.  She has worked at ATW for 35 years and handles all aspects of publishing the magazine from editorial layout to photo editing and data research. Kathryn’s background includes desktop publishing of every ATW, compiling monthly Trends for ATW, as well as online, and research for many special features and issues, including ATW’s Annual World Airline Report. She has maintained ATW’s vast historical photo collection for 30-plus years.

Posts by Kathryn M. Young

in Time Capsule Sep 24, 2015

Northwest Airlines 747 and more

This spectacular shot of a Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-200 was taken at Tokyo's Narita International Airport by ATW friend and photographer Rob....More
in Time Capsule Sep 01, 2015

Brazilian Beauty

Above is a Varig Boeing 747-300, this shot taken by Rob Finlayson at LAX. ....More
in Time Capsule Aug 11, 2015

James P. Woolsey

James P. Woolsey, ATW’s former editor in chief and associate publisher passed away Aug. 4, 2015. His contribution to Air Transport World magazine....More
in Time Capsule Jul 24, 2015

4,000 mph Cruise

Cruising at 4,000 mph—Artist’s concept shows a passenger airliner of the future capable of flying 5,750 statute miles at hypersonic cruise speeds of....More
in Time Capsule Jul 08, 2015

Qantas—95 years old

At top is the Qantas office in 1921, one year after the Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Ltd. was formed....More
in Time Capsule Jun 04, 2015

American Airlines SOC in 1990; new facility coming

The photo was taken in July 1990 when the systems operations control (SOC) building was first occupied in Fort Worth, Texas....More
in Time Capsule Apr 30, 2015


in Time Capsule Apr 06, 2015

Kampuchea Airlines, Thanks to Rob

Phnom Penh-based Kampuchea Airlines flew regional service from Phnom Penh International Airport from 1997 to 2004....More
in Time Capsule Mar 10, 2015

Qantas retires first 747-400

Qantas’ first Boeing 747-400 was retired after completing 13,833 flights over 25.3 years in service....More
in Time Capsule Feb 12, 2015

Disjointed MPC-75

The MPC-75, dubbed the regional transport aircraft of the future at the end of the 1980s, was never produced....More

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