12 DECEMBER 2011

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INDEX plus AND FINALLY: For plane spotters!

ARCHIVE OF ISSUES - ROAD TESTS – CRUISE SHIP – ON TOUR and ON THE SOAPBOX

(for 2010 index follow the link)

ROAD TESTS
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.4 TB Lusso
Chrysler Delta 1.4 Multiair SE
Ford Focus Titanium 1.6 Eco
Infiniti FX30d Premium
Jaguar XF 2.2 Diesel Premium Luxury
Kia Sportage MY 10 1.7 CRDi
Mazda CX-7 2.2 D Sport
Mitsubishi i MiEV
Mitsubishi Outlander Juro 2.2 DI-D Automatic
Peugeot RCZ and VW Sharan
Renault Wind Roadster 1.6 Dynamique
VW Golf Estate SE Blue Motion

ON THE SOAPBOX
Sandra Bloodworth - Chair of BARUK
Mike Carrivick - Chief Executive of BAR UK
Conrad Clifford, Chief Executive, Monarch Group
Alex Cruz – Chief Executive Officer, Vueling Airlines
Richard Davey, Chief Executive Officer, Nyras
James Dillon-Godfray – Business Development Director, Oxford Airport
Peter Foster – President, Air Astana
Peter Hill CEO of Oman Air
Vernon Murphy, former Managing Director, BAA Scottish Airports
Laurie Price of Mott MacDonald
Antonio Vazquez, Chairman of the International Airlines Group
Stewart Wingate - Chief Executive, Gatwick Airport

“ON TOUR” DESTINATIONS 2011 (2010 2009)
Astana - Capital of Kazakhstan
Battle of Britain Exhibition at Brooklands Museum
Biggin Hill – The business airport for (South East) London
Brooklands makes a comeback
Christmas in Shakespeare Country
Edinburgh – Capital of Scotland
Editor Highjacked – Successful end to Lufthansa A380 crisis (Miami)
Egypt and the Jews – plus an update
Florence
Goodwood Revival 2011
HMS Belfast
Israel and the Galilee
Mallorca is a gastronomic heaven
New York - New York
Oahu - The main island of the Federal US State of Hawaii
The Children’s Holocaust ‘Paperclip’ Memorial Museum (Atlanta plus Delta)
Toronto and Porter Airlines
Vigo – a town on the move
Where is La Rioja?

SPECIAL “ON TOUR” REPORTS (2010 2009)
“To Fly to Serve” A new spirit at British Airways
A long day's journey into night by Jo Bacon (People worse off than you)
Aircraft Interiors Expo Hamburg
Arik Air of Nigeria
Ash in Europe (David Learmount of Flight International discusses the problem)
BGAD raises the Games at Cambridge
Business Travel Market and World Travel Market (Excel London)
Collaboration, Co-operation and Competition (EIBTM Barcelona)
EBACE (Geneva)
Europe’s regional airlines meet in Malta (ERA's local gathering)
Future of Business Jets
I know I am mad but I am harmless (around the World with Michael Bartlett)
IATA’S AGM at Singapore
ITB Berlin
 London City Airport nearly 30 years on
London Prepares
Northolt revisted
Premium Economy A special report on Air New Zealand 
The European regional’s gather in Rome (ERA General Assembly)
The Future of the New York Region (A discussion on airport requirements)
The IT brains gather (SITA conference)
The past, the present and the future of Dubai Airshow
The World's Quirkiest Museums (By Virgin Atlantic)
Times Gone By – with Tony Hesketh-Gardener
Transport Times Conference
With Pegasus Airlines to Tehran
You can still fly across the water (Hovercraft)

CRUISE SHIP REVIEWS
Azura
Balmoral
Crystal Serenity
Diamond Princess
Discovery
Disney Dream
Glen Tarsan
Golden Princess
Grand Princess
Hebridean Princess
Independence of the Seas
Minerva
Murray Princess
MV Eric
NCL Jade  
Portsmouth Port
Prinsendam
Queen Elizabeth 
Queen Mary 2
Queen Victoria
Royal Princess
Seven Seas Navigator
Star Flyer

AND FINALLY (At least finally for 2012)

http://www.funstufftosee.com/goodbye.html   A fine link for airliner and aircraft enthusiasts

Time to say goodbye – with sound.

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