Flight International 20 - 26 January
Big news last week was Airbus unveiling the "definitive" A350 XWB design in Toulouse.
Flight International's deputy editor Max Kingsley-Jones took some good images of a model of the aircraft at the press event and you can find them in the A350 gallery on AirSpace.
Read David Learmount's blog Learmount for his view on the UK Government's green light for London Heathrow's third runway.
He says that "these solutions to Heathrow's dire capacity problems are [not] quite so assured in the long run" and asks: "What does that feel like to an airline like United (to pick just one carrier at random) which has paid as much as £30 million for an additional take-off/landing slot there?"
In blog The DEW Line, Stephen Trimble writes: "Northrop Grumman wanted to commemorate the B-2's 20th anniversary with something special and flashy.
So they commissioned the Orange County Choppers to design and produce the "B-2 Stealth Bike". He's uploaded a couple of interesting images of the beast which are worth a look.
Blink and you'd miss it, so watch out for a design of an MV-22 aircraft in American Airline colours towards the end of a video about tiltorotors by Bell Helicopter.