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Still around the corner

This first appeared as a Comment in the 28 May issue of Flight International Market cycle reality is an easy thing to forget amid the euphoria of a trade show. Curtains lift to reveal new products. Whispers roam the exhibition halls conjuring secret designs and strategies yet to be announced. It all seems not just […]

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Pilatus joins the jet set at EBACE

The launch of Pilatus’s first jet was the big news from the EBACE show in Geneva, covered in detail in Flight International’s 28 May issue. The Swiss manufacturer’s PC-24 features on the cover too, and we also report on the new Challenger variant from Bombardier and the latest on the delayed HondaJet programme. The issue […]

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That was EBACE

EBACE still has a day to go, but our work at Europe’s business aviation show is almost done. The Flightglobal team has been here since Saturday and in that time we’ve produced, or are about to finish producing: Three issues of Flight Evening News, the only air show daily with “today’s news today” and distributed […]

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That was EBACE

EBACE still has a day to go, but our work at Europe’s business aviation show is almost done. The Flightglobal team has been here since Saturday and in that time we’ve produced, or are about to finish producing: Three issues of Flight Evening News, the only air show daily with “today’s news today” and distributed […]

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Fly into EBACE with Flight International

Our 14 May issue is packed with everything you need to be fully briefed up on European business aviation ahead of next week’s EBACE in Geneva. Our cover and cutaway star is the latest Dassault business jet, the Falcon 2000LXS. The main selling point of the type, which replaces the 2000LS, is its short-runway performance. Our poster […]

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A tale of two industries

This first appeared as a Comment in the 7 May issue of Flight International: Size certainly matters when it comes to the fortunes of business jet manufacturers during the past four years. Demand for super-midsize types and larger has remained robust since the start of the global financial crisis; that for medium, light and very-light […]

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