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Linda Blachly

Linda
Blachly
Online Editor, Air Transport World,
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Linda Blachly is a content producer and editor of Air Transport World’s ATW Online and ATW Daily News, which reaches a global audience of 50,000. She joined the company in July 2010 and is responsible for producing, editing and managing online content. She is based in the Washington DC office.

Linda received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland.

Previous positions include Publisher & Editor-in-Chief, Trips & Getaways magazine; Editor, The Bowie Blade-News, published by Capital-Gazette Communications; and Managing Editor, The Prince George’s Sentinel. She has also worked as an editor for book publishers, Maryland Historical Press and BOMI Institute.

Linda lives in Gambrills, MD and enjoys family time with her three adult children and six grandchildren.

Articles
Aircraft Briefs-July 16, 2019
Aircraft Briefs-July 16, 2019
Airline Routes-July 12, 2019
Airline Routes-July 12, 2019
Aircraft Briefs-July 11, 2019
Aircraft Briefs-July 11, 2019
People-July 10, 2019
People-July 10, 2019
MRO Briefs-July 9, 2019
MRO Briefs-July 9, 2019
Aircraft briefs-July 8, 2019
Aircraft briefs-July 8, 2019
Danish regional carrier Great Dane Airlines
Airline Routes-June 28, 2019
Airline Routes-June 28, 2019
MRO Briefs-June 26, 2019
MRO Briefs-June 26, 2019
Airline Routes-June 25, 2019
Airline Routes-June 25, 2019
Robert Béteille
Airbus founding father Robert Béteille, 97, dies
Airbus founding father and visionary Robert Béteille died on June 14 at age 97, Airbus announced June 25.
Aircraft Briefs-June 24, 2019
Aircraft Briefs-June 24, 2019
NAC chairman Martin Møller and Airbus CCO Christian Scherer
PARIS 2019: Nordic Aviation Capital commits to 20 A220 family aircraft
Regional aircraft lessor Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) has signed an MOU with Airbus for 20 A220 family aircraft, following a $2 billion letter of intent for up to 105 ATR aircraft earlier in the week.
Rendering of A321LXR in JetBlue livery
PARIS 2019: JetBlue converts Airbus A321neos to XLR version
JetBlue Airways will convert 13 aircraft in its existing Airbus A321neo order book to the XLR version—launched earlier this week—for delivery scheduled to begin in 2023.
Rendering of A321XLR in flynas livery
PARIS 2019: Flynas signs for 10 A321XLRs
Flynas, Saudi Arabia’s first low-cost airline, has signed an MOU with Airbus for 10 A321XLR aircraft, which was launched earlier in the week.
Paris Air Show Briefs-June 19, 2019
Paris Air Show Briefs-June 19, 2019
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Blogs & Commentary
Jun 27, 2019
blog

EC’s clear message to the US: Don’t mess with Air Italy

EC Mobility and Transport director general Henrik Hololei’s letter to US State Department under-secretary Manisha Singh couldn’t be clearer: Hands off Air Italy or risk US airlines losing the many benefits and privileges they enjoy as part of the US-EU Open Skies agreement....More
Jun 25, 2019
blog

US Big 3 glosses over UAE Open Skies outcome

Reading the US Partnership for Open & Fair Skies’ press release on the US-UAE joint government policy statement on their Open Skies agreement, the expression "lipstick on a pig" comes to mind. Except it’s more about gloss than lipstick....More
Jun 20, 2019
blog

PARIS 2019 BLOG: Air transport industry confidence on display

The fourth and final trade show day saw a handful of additional Airbus narrowbody orders or conversions, closing a show that was relatively light on new airliner order numbers—as anticipated—but which still delivered some surprises....More

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