NEW DELHI: ‘Inspire’ -- the Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's English language magazine has endorsed “lone wolf” attacks on a number of airlines, in addition to providing a bomb making recipe and instructions on how to beat airport security.

Released on Christmas Eve, the logic behind the instructions is to gain headlines and “crush the enemy’s economy.”

Amongst the British airlines, the Al Qaeda calls for attacks against British Airways and EasyJet. British Airways because it is the is the “flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom” and the largest airline by number of planes and EasyJet because it “is a low cost carrier, hence has a large number of passengers.”

The article also names Air France and a number of US carriers such as American Airlines, United, Continental (even though Continental does not fly flights under this banner after merging with United) and Delta.

High profile Americans such as Bill Gates and former Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke are also named as targets.

The article outlines a list of demands to these figures, along with other wealthy and powerful individuals in America, should they desire to “save themselves and their money.” The demands are as follows:

“1. Drawing all their money from American banks, and moving them to banks that are not related to the American stock market.

2. Investing their wealth outside American soil.

3. Declaring via media that he is far from American policies towards Muslim and America's support for Israel.”

The article then suggests other economic targets including the World Trade Center, Banks, and Forex.

The article goes on to praise Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab -- the so-called “underpants bomber” who in 2012 tired to bomb a flight from Amsterdam to detroit. It also praises Sydney hostage taker Man Haron Monis.

It also contains a recipe for making a "hidden" portable bomb inside a 17cm plastic water bottle. The recipe is provided by a self-proclaimed "Al-Qaeda Chef" -- who had authored the guide entitled “Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom” in the first issue of “Inspire” four years ago. The chef claims that his kitchen-made bombs are undetectable by dogs or metal-detectors. The instructions in “Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom” guide were supposedly employed in the Boston Bombings.

The round of instructions also tell would-be jihadists where to place a bomb on an airplane and at what altitude to detonate the device.

Accompanying the released magazine was a three minute, 12 second promotional video that features a clip from a movie of an airplane crash and has a voiceover attempting to inspire Jihad. At the end of the video are the following words:

it’s time to board a plane.”