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Self-inflicted wounds

This first appeared as our lead Comment in the 2 July issue of Flight International Announcing a delay of up to one month in a five-year development programme would be meaningless and usually forgotten unless a company – or, indeed, an entire industry – suffers from an acute credibility problem. So when Bombardier postpones the […]

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Bombardier comes out fighting

It didn’t appear at Paris and it didn’t appear in the skies as was hoped in June, but it’s appearing on the front cover of Flight international this week (2 July). After the latest delay to its first flight – albeit only up to one month – the CSeries remains grounded at its final assembly […]

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Europe’s unmanned future

The US military may lead the world when it comes to unmanned aviation , but Europe is keen not to be left behind when it comes to this game-changing technology. In the 16 April issue of Flight International, we look at two key UAV projects on this side of the Atlantic. The first is the […]

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