This year Flightglobal has seen our blogging output increase significantly, both in terms of number and in scope.
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Since June, Flightglobal’s community site AirSpace has been awash with controversy, exclusives and a sprinkling of light banter to match. Here are some of the highlights.
Here’s a video of an EgyptAir 737-800 being built from scratch. It shows the parts departing from Boeing Field in Seattle on a ferry flight to its home operating base in Cairo.
It’s been a crazy year of incidents and accidents and quirky stories. Here is a brief list of our top ten most popular stories. The most viewed story this year is the damaged Airbus A340-600 which was destined for delivery to Abu Dhabi’s Etihad. Five people were injured in the ground test accident at the […]
The Christmas tree on display at the Tate Britain, Pimlico, London, stands at 30ft. What’s interesting about this tree is not the tinsel and glistening baubles but the 123 handmade kit models of all the world’s fighter aircraft currently in service.
This year has been full of dramatic incident and exclusive stories, many of which have been accompanied with images. Here is the story of the year in pictures.
The worst example of press-led vigilante justice was the series of prosecutions after the Milan Linate runway collision in October 2001. Several industry people were handed jail sentences, but the longest went to the tower controller.
From crashes to low flying to first flights, this year has been packed full of incident, much of which has been captured on video. Here is a top ten list of the most popular:
This is a random UAV blog by Flight technical reporter Rob Coppinger
Here’s the Ryanair “charity” calendar in full…
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