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Editorial: Onward and Upward

This is my first issue of WINGS as editor, but not my first association with the magazine.


October 3, 2007
By David Carr

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This is my first issue of WINGS as editor, but not my first
association with the magazine. I did a bit of freelance work for WINGS
in the early 1990s. I have also had the pleasure of covering Canadian
air transport and the global airport industry for several British-based
trade publications.

For a magazine junkie who has always been interested in the business
of aviation, it would appear I have landed the perfect job. It is
certainly going to be a challenging position, as WINGS looks at
strengthening its editorial line-up. We're still going to publish a
full year of themed issues complete with the popular directories that
have become a ‘gotta have' in the Canadian aviation community.

We are also adding diversity to our coverage with more articles and
analysis on key industry segments in every issue, not just once or
twice a year. As always, these reports will be delivered by some of the
most talented and best connected writers in Canadian aviation. To this
end, Richard Purser, our Calgary-based production editor, whose
opinions usually grace this page, will continue to add his voice to the
editorial mix on a regular rotation with yours truly.