Need a complete brief on the business aviation sector ahead of next week's NBAA show in Las Vegas? Look no further than the 4 October special issue of Flight International.
The feature package includes our annual census of the business aviation market, which depicts in graphics the changing shape of the global fleet. We have a special feature on one of the newest business jet manufacturers - Honda - as well as one of the oldest, Cessna, fighting back after a devastating dip in fortunes.
We preview the NBAA show itself and look at two of the biggest issues affecting NBAA members in North America: the threatened ability to keep its customers' details private and the new rules surrounding security at one of the USA's most important business aviation gateways, Washington National.
Mike Gerzanics takes a trip in the latest Block-Point version of the Hawker 4000. Find out what a difference he thought the latest changes make. Plus John Croft takes a close look at visual displays and the rival philosophies being touted by arch rivals Honeywell and Rockwell Collins.
In news, we report from Helitech, Europe's premier civil rotorcraft gathering, examine Liebherr's aerospace strategy and discover why business aviation operators are worried about airspace restrictions in England's south-east around next year's Olympic games.