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  • OPINION: Airbus in it for the long-haul with A321

    ​The future of the long-haul narrowbody market is now slightly clearer. Airbus has officially launched a 4,000nm (7,400km)-range version of the A321neo that can match or exceed the Boeing 757-200, including the niche role of flying from the US East Coast to secondary cities in western Europe.

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  • Nigerian rotary capability challenged by Boko Haram threat

    ​The Nigerian air force has described how its limited rotary capability has proved detrimental in its fight against...

  • US Army continues to face financial challenge of rotary fleet maintenance

    The US Army has warned that its rotary fleet will continue to be streamlined as US budget sequestration increases...

  • ATR admits impasse over 90-seat aircraft

    ATR has again sidestepped the question of whether it plans to develop a 90-seat turboprop, with chief executive Patrick...

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  • ANALYSIS: Lessor Intrepid eyes new-technology widebody orders

    News | 23 Jan 2015 13:57 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Operating lessor Intrepid Aviation is targeting new widebody programmes as it continues to expand and build its portfolio.
  • ANALYSIS: Space Station maintaining orbit – for now

    News | 23 Jan 2015 11:07 | Dan Thisdell

    ​The International Space Station has been the focal point of human spaceflight activity for so long now that the outpost can seem like a permanent, if remote, feature of our planet.
  • NTSB calls on FAA to mandate aircraft position reporting

    News | 22 Jan 2015 21:24 | Stephen Trimble

    ​Ten months after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370, the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has called on the Federal Aviation Administration to mandate that commercial aircraft carry technology to make them easier to find in case they go missing.
  • ANALYSIS: Ramping up to 100 aircraft a year ATR's main challenge

    News | 22 Jan 2015 15:18 | Murdo Morrison

    For a company that almost ran out of work a decade ago, the challenge of energising a supply chain to build more than 100 aircraft a year must seem a nice problem to have.
  • ANALYSIS: Hurdles ahead as Lockheed works to meet full-rate F-35 production

    News | 22 Jan 2015 15:16 | Dan Parsons

    ​The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is an incredibly complex jet fighter. Each jet is hand assembled from about 300,000 parts by more than 1,000 workers at the company's mile-long Fort Worth, Texas, manufacturing facility.
  • ANALYSIS: Denver airport still on growth path as third decade dawns

    News | 22 Jan 2015 13:00 | Edward Russell

    ​Ask Denver International chief executive Kim Day about the outlook for her airport and she will confidently tell you that it is positive despite the potential blips on the horizon in the constantly changing US airline industry.