You may have noticed a more spiffy "landing page" for major events, like the Paris Air Show.
We also launched the Flightglobal image store, enabling you to purchase photos and reprints from our 100 year archive.
Our community page AirSpace got a big overhaul that will let us (and you!) be more active on the site. Check out the Editor's Blog for details on site updates.
We also unveiled a new look to our blog homepage, making it easier to navigate our numerous blogs as well as blogs from our AirSpace users.
Probably one of the biggest news items for the year was the development of a Flightglobal application for the iPhone. It's free and lets you stay updated with all the latest news, blogs, and even Tweets from the Flightglobal team.
This year also saw the return of our cover competition.
2009 was undoubtedly the year of Twitter, and with many of our journalists Tweeting away every day, we made an easy to follow groups list to keep track of all Flightglobal journos on Twitter. Tweet away!