Kathryn M. Young

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.

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.

Articles
ATW Time Capsule-Air Shows
A look back at early air shows.
ATW Time Capsule-Charles Lindbergh charisma
Photos showing the charisma of aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh.
Airline Routes-Aug. 15, 2016 
Airline Routes-Aug. 15, 2016
Airline Routes-Aug. 8, 2016 
Airline Routes-Aug. 8, 2016
JetBlue moves to improve West Coast presence 
New York-based JetBlue Airways is adding services from Long Beach, shoring up its West Coast expansion.
Virgin America A320
Virgin America expands service to Newark 
San Francisco-based Virgin America will add 4X-daily service from Newark International Airport (EWR) to Los Angeles and San Francisco Nov. 18.
Airline Routes-Aug. 1, 2016 
Airline Routes-Aug. 1, 2016
United Parcel Service 767F
UPS posts $1.27 billion net profit in 2Q 
US-based United Parcel Service (UPS) posted a $1.27 billion net profit for the second quarter of 2016, up 3.2% from net income of $1.23 billion in the same quarter in 2015.
JetBlue A320
JetBlue to offer Fort Lauderdale-Cuba services 
JetBlue Airways has announced three Cuba services from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Spirit Airlines A320
Spirit Airlines 2Q profit down on competition pressure 
Florida-based ultra low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines reported 2016 second-quarter net income of $73.1 million, down 4.7% from a $76.7 million profit in the year-ago period.
Allegiant Air pilots ratify labor agreement 
Las Vegas-based low-cost carrier Allegiant Air pilots, represented by International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), have ratified the airline’s first union contract.
Canada’s NewLeaf Travel starts service 
Canada’s new low-cost travel company, NewLeaf Travel, flew its inaugural flights July 25.
China’s Xiamen Airlines launches Vancouver Boeing 787 route 
China’s Xiamen Airlines began 3X-weekly Xiamen-Vancouver service, its first nonstop from Fujian Province to North America.
Airline Routes-July 25, 2016 
Airline Routes-July 25, 2016
Singapore Airlines A350
Singapore Airlines begins Dusseldorf A350 service 
Singapore Airlines (SIA) has added Dusseldorf to its German cities served. The 3X-weekly route will be flown with new Airbus A350-900s.
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