Regular readers will be familiar with Flight International's long-running cutaways. These intricate drawings showing the innermost workings of the latest aircraft have been a feature of the magazine since the 1930s.
Initially hand drawn, these illustrations have evolved into highly-complex, all-colour representations. Part technical graphic, part work of art, the cutaways team is led by Giuseppe Picarella alongside veteran artist Tim Hall.
Tim was responsible for our latest poster, the Bombardier CRJ1000, the latest stretch version of the Canadian airframer's successful line of regional jets. We also have a programme update. If you don't get a chance to buy the magazine this week (out today, 29 March), you can read all about our cutaways and the CRJ1000 itself here.