Flight International - issue 30 June - 6 July
Flightglobal spent the week recovering from the 100th Paris Air Show hangover but staffers were by no means less busy. Why not reminisce over the aviation developments over the last century and see our archive special "100 Years of Paris".
FlightBlogger liveblogged the news from Boeing's press conference call detailing the most recent set of delays to the 787. See his roundup video of information from the call he tapped into.
Flightglobal obtained exclusive images of Virgin Galactic's WhiteKnight Two mothership Eve at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway airport in Arizona after a speedbrake actuator failure diverted it from its New Mexico destination.
See the Flight Blog showing a post of Airbus, Sichuan Airlines, and Dragon Aviation Leasing marking the delivery of the first A320 assembled in Tianjin. The aircraft, B-501L, sported a special livery, reportedly named "China Dragon", added since its first test flight last month.
Watch an interview with Lee Jackson, the design engineer for the Air Tractor AT-802U gunship which was on show at the Paris Air Show static display by DEW Line blogger Stephen Trimble.
The all-new Flightglobal Achievement Awards launched in Paris are your chance to nominate and vote for the best aviator, the best innovator and the best leader in the industry today.
The awards also recognise the stars of the future, with a special award for the Engineering Student of the Year, sponsored by Boeing. Look out for your opportunity to play your part in the nomination and judging process by visiting our awards page over the next few months.
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