The 6 September issue of Flight International is out tomorrow and it's got one of - in my humble opinion - our best ever feature packages in some time.
Our look back on 9/11 and how it changed aviation looks at the history and repercussions of various hijacks and other aviation related terrorist plots over the past 30 years. Kerry Reals examines how airport procedures have altered and asks how effective the enhanced security measures are. We find out how 9/11 changed the flight training market in the USA and discover how well the air force is prepared to meet a 2001-style attack over the skies of its major cities.
There's plenty more in the issue too. Jon Ostrower explains why Boeing is taking it so slow on the development of its 737 Max after the painful lessons of the 747-8 and 787. Mary Kirby finds out why Bombardier is anxious about production schedules for its CRJ. And we detail the bizarre series of events that saw the captain of a Chinese A320 refuse to make way for a Qatar Airways 777-300ER whose crew had declared an emergency.