Flight International issue 31 Mar - 6 Apr
See a new blog, Future Proof, about what lies ahead in air travel. Aimee Turner discusses how passengers could be taking a which induces "gentle and harmless sleep for all or most of the flight" and wonders whether full horizontal beds in tiers could prevent deep vein thrombosis and permit comfortable and relaxed sleep".
London Heathrow's Terminal 5 celebrated a low-key first birthday last week. Is it working? See what British Airways and BAA have to say. Additionally, hear what a leading environmental campaigner feels about the proposed third runway and future expansion at the airport.
Follow Flight's journalists as they Twitter on their thoughts on industry developments. Find out who's who on the popular social networking phenomenon. Terminal Q, Megan Kuhn's blog, is tweeting the latest updates on what's hot in airports.
Mary Kirby, AKA Runway Girl, sends her apologies for not attending this week's Hamburg Interiors Show, but Barbara Cockburn Flightglobal's Content Editor is providing footage to keep users fully informed of the current goings on in the IFE market as well the slickest cabin interiors in action.
Read FlightBlogger on the Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan demonstrator engine which returned home to Connecticut after concluding a two-phase, 120-hour flight test programme under the wings of a Boeing 747SP and Airbus A340-600.