This week Flightglobal publication Flight International looks at playing the power game: who will show their engine card first in the gamble for tomorrow’s airline customers?
- Engine change – what next for the single-aisle builders?
- Re-engining – what might need changing?
- Re-engined single-aisles – who might launch?
For this week’s cover image, Flightglobal artist Tim Bicheno-Brown altered an Airbus image to given an impression of what a P&W GTF-powered A320 might look like.
Also featured in this issue are:
- European general aviation — Making a noise: As Europe’s largest general aviation show Aero Friedrichshafen kicks off in Germany on 8 April, our special report turns the spotlight on the key issues affecting the continent’s largest and often ignored aviation sector. We reveal how GA’s proponents are striving to get the industry’s voice heard and why they are taking their fight to the Europe’s leading policy makers. We also examine a clutch of aircraft and environmental-led programmes that are being developed by Europe’s small band of pioneering companies, each hoping to transform their respective market sectors with innovative designs and technological know-how.
- Fighting fatigue: Young families and bad hotels: why so many regional airline pilots are regularly flying tired
- Target USA: European missile house MBDA is honing in on the world’s biggest defence market