Quest Aircraft has received production certification from the US Federal Aviation Administration for the Kodiak single-engine turboprop. Continue reading…
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Cessna is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the maiden flight of the Citation. This is how Flight reported the event at the time: “Cessna flew the Fanjet 500 business jet for the first time on September 15 and promptly renamed it the Citation. “Also announced was a major revision of all performance, weight, dimension and […]
Australian manufacturer Seabird Aviation is targeting the aerial mapping market for the latest version of its SB7L-360 Seeker-2 surveillance aircraft. Continue reading… Aerial mapping articles in the Flight International archive: Diagrammatic representation of how the moving film air camera operates. While the aircraft travels the distance B-A the image in the focal plane travels […]
Here is this week’s Flight International front cover image.Read more of Flightglobal’s in focus feature about aerial firefighting…. Read more aerial firefighting features including profiles of the types of aircraft used: Under fire – ageing waterbombers Bombardier’s waternbomber CL-145 fighting fit Beriev be-200 - Chariot of Fire Firing up for sales – Bombardier CL-415
Ukraine’s Antonov An-225 has emerged from an overhaul in Kiev to claim a record airlift at Frankfurt Hahn Airport. Antonov Airlines’ An-225 is the sole example of the heavy-lift freighter, the world’s largest operational aircraft. Continue reading and watch a video of the aircraft taxiing at Hahn Airport… From the archive – Antonov’s Dream realised: […]
Airbus has completed structural assembly of the first Airbus A330-200 freighter in Toulouse ahead of its first flight in November. Continue reading…
Today’s image of the day comes from AirSpace user FlyPHANUK, who earlier this month captured this photo of a Duxford Flying Legends CASA Jungmann G-BSAJ, expertly displayed by Anna Walker. This photo was featured on the contents page of the 21-27 July issue of Flight International. Share your photos on AirSpace for a chance for […]
EADS Bluecopter concept demonstrator is making its debut at this year’s show. Developed as part of the company’s research into “greener helicoptertechnologies”, the demonstrator is intended to deliver “cleanerpropulsion” via lean combustion. It incorporates ahigh-compression-ratio (16:1) engine, an oxidising catalytic converter,a particulate filter and a selective catalytic converter.
Picture credit: L3 MAS Two F/A-18s are loaded onto an An-124 at the L3 MAS facility in Mirabel for delivery to the Royal Australian Air Force .
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