Flight International has been publishing our unique aircraft cutaway drawings since the 1930s and most of the world's truly iconic civil, military and corporate types have been captured in pen and ink beneath their skin over the years. You can browse the full archive of drawings on our web site and buy them from our new revamped Flightglobal Imagestore.
The magazine itself that continues to publish the latest cutaways, some of them all-new aircraft, others latest versions of established types, all of which are accompanied by a technical description or programme update. Our 12 October business aviation/NBAA preview issue has a special poster depicting the family of Gulfstream aircraft.
In 23 November we have the latest version of the venerable Bell OH-58 military helicopter, the armed reconnaisance Kiowa Warrior, followed by Dassault's newest Falcon business jet, the 900LX, in our 30 November preview issue for the Middle East Business Aviation show.
It's a strong end of the year for cutaways with the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance variant of the Northrop Gumman Global Hawk in our second last issue of the year, 14 December. Rounding off 2010 in our festive issue is another Bell rotorcraft, the US Marine Corps AH-1Z attack helicopter.