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An uncensored goodbye…

Flightglobal’s journalists and staffers are renowned in the aerospace industry for being among the hardest working, most dedicated and congenial group of people one could ever hope to meet. I’m not exaggerating when I say that some of the most thrilling moments of my life – and some of the most uproariously funny moments – […]

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Jonathan Norris to lead APEX’s news coverage under Ink deal

It’s not often that you hear about a top aircraft engineer and industry executive making the leap into publishing, but that’s exactly what Jonathan Norris, formerly Airbus vice-president cabin design office, has done. The Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) has selected Ink (known for its in-flight magazines) to produce the association’s quarterly magazine and other […]

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Like wine from a box: a modern journalist’s tale

I work in a highly-connected world. My day consists of interviewing people (sometimes via email); writing news articles, features and blogs; pushing those news articles, features and blogs into publishing software; tweeting, retweeting, and sometimes even retweeting a tweet I’ve just tweeted from my other Twitter account (I’ve been known to get anxiety when my […]

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A blog about bloggers discussing blogs at Oshkosh

If I could be anywhere on 28 July, it would be at Oshkosh, where Jetwhine, the self-described blog of aviation buzz and bold opinion, plans to host “the first annual blogger connection at AirVenture”. Many of the folks who produce today’s aviation blogs and podcasts will gather together to discuss the impact social media is […]

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A nice, tight facelift for Runway Girl

You may have noticed that Runway Girl has, like the rest of Flight Global’s blogs, received a facelift of late. Gone is the “aged newspaper” look of my former blog, and in its place is a cleaner, fresher, tighter – albeit purpler? – format. There are still a few kinks to be ironed out and […]

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