Check in the archive to see what Flight was reporting on 100 years ago this week, like the construction of the British Military Aeronautical's new dirigible shed at Farnborough and aerial propellers and "what makes them interesting". The archive also records the deaths of "martyrs who have sacrificed their lives to the new art of flying".
See the video channel currently highlighting four videos that look back at Flight 1549, one year on. One video shows Capt "Sully" testifying on the challenges on aviation before the House Aviation SubCommittee.
The Airline Business Blog posts a piece about the recent Haitian earthquake. Lori Ranson says that numerous carriers that have offered help and aid but the Port au Prince airport continues to face challenges in handling the large volume of relief efforts. Humanitarian agencies are having trouble gaining access to the airport. There's a great image uploaded to AirSpace showing two hard workers keeping the windscreen of an A330 clean before takeoff.