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VIDEO: Aircraft interiors and IFEC make their mark at #FARN10

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#FARN10: Flightblogger & Runway Girl wrap up Day 1

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#FARN10 VIDEO: ATR reveals Series 600 cabin interior

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VIDEO: What to expect at Farnborough (#FARN10)

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Mutt and Jeff prepare for Farnborough

Flightglobal is gearing up for the 2010 Farnborough air show, and plans to cover the event in a very big way. To get the word out, I teamed up with my colleague Jon Ostrower to produce a video about what to expect at the show. This is a still from that effort. Rest assured you’re […]

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Yes, I use Yahoo. Gasp.

I’ve just had one of my long-held suspicions confirmed. My Outlook is playing silly buggers (and probably has been for several months). If you’ve tried to reach me via my work email address – and haven’t received a response – please accept my apologies. Chances are very strong that your message didn’t come through to […]

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USA’s blood red ink a stark contrast to Farnborough action

No matter which way you slice it, the Farnborough air show has been a marvel of activity this week with massive aircraft and engine orders from plenty of non-US airlines, a slew of cooperative agreements and MRO deals, and the launch of Bombardier’s CSeries programme (although with a letter of interest from Lufthansa, we might […]

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Countdown to CSeries final assembly decision (plus all that China talk)

A decision on where the CSeries will be assembled has not yet been made, but signs are increasingly pointing to Bombardier’s Mirabel, Quebec plant.     Bombardier has long said it sees its plant in Mirabel – a suburb of Montreal – as the “preferred site” for final assembly. And yesterday Montreal-area machinists at Bombardier […]

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GTF fans gear up for Farnborough

As the Farnborough air show rapidly approaches, excitement is building about order prospects for the Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan-powered Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) and Bombardier’s proposed CSeries.   Mitsubishi has already secured All Nippon Airways as launch customer, and is reportedly closing in on a second deal. Bombardier is rumoured to launch the CSeries at […]

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