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  • The power list: top 10 delivered commercial turbofans


    With our latest analysis of the commercial engine sector showing how re-engined aircraft from Airbus and Boeing and the arrival of new types from Bombardier, Comac, Mitsubishi and Irkut are affecting the size and shape of the marketplace, we list the most popular powerplants in civil aviation history with the help of Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database.


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  • ​Flightglobal reshapes Flight International leadership team


    After an amazing 14 years leading Flight International, Murdo Morrison is moving to a new role within Flightglobal to...


  • The power list: top 10 delivered commercial turbofans


    With our latest analysis of the commercial engine sector showing how re-engined aircraft from Airbus and Boeing and...


  • ​Flying Canadians: 10 individuals who made a major mark on aviation


    To accompany our Canadian industry special, we look at 10 sons of the country – sadly no women quite made the list –...


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  • ​Flightglobal reshapes Flight International leadership team

    News | 24 Apr 2015 15:46 | Flightglobal

    After an amazing 14 years leading Flight International, Murdo Morrison is moving to a new role within Flightglobal to fully exploit his skills and enormous market knowledge across the aerospace sector.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Flightglobal-reshapes-Flight-International-leadership-team-411590/
  • ANALYSIS: Can Turkey's business aviation stay the course?

    News | 24 Apr 2015 09:37 | Murdo Morrison

    ​Like many emerging economies with strong international trade and distant centres of population, Turkey has seen interest in business aviation soar in recent years. However, in common with similar countries, inadequate infrastructure and an immature regulatory environment is holding back the sector’s growth.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Can-Turkeys-business-aviation-stay-the-course-411177/
  • ANALYSIS: Can infrastructure catch up with Turkey's burgeoning air transport?

    News | 20 Apr 2015 09:13 | Murdo Morrison

    ​Arrive at Istanbul’s Ataturk International – all too often after passing time in a holding pattern over the city’s western reaches – and you get a clear impression of an infrastructure straining to accommodate the ambitions of the country’s aviation sector. The gateway to Turkey’s biggest metropolis does not have enough gates and aircraft frequently have to park on remote stands. Surrounded by housing and businesses, expanding the footprint of Europe’s fourth busiest airport has proved tricky.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Can-infrastructure-catch-up-with-Turkeys-burgeoning-air-transport-411176/
  • The power list: top 10 delivered commercial turbofans

    News | 17 Apr 2015 15:59 | Murdo Morrison

    With our latest analysis of the commercial engine sector showing how re-engined aircraft from Airbus and Boeing and the arrival of new types from Bombardier, Comac, Mitsubishi and Irkut are affecting the size and shape of the marketplace, we list the most popular powerplants in civil aviation history with the help of Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/The-power-list-top-10-delivered-commercial-turbofans-411334/
  • ANALYSIS: Pegasus fights for international recognition

    News | 01 Apr 2015 10:38 | Murdo Morrison

    Turkey's second airline, Pegasus, is predicating its fleet expansion plans on how rapidly it receives new traffic rights to countries in the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and North Africa, and acknowledges that its struggle to be taken seriously by the government is ongoing.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Pegasus-fights-for-international-recognition-410762/
  • ANALYSIS: Field on making ordinary aircraft extraordinary

    News | 27 Mar 2015 10:28 | Murdo Morrison

    ​For almost 70 years, Field Aviation has been turning mainly Canadian-built types into special mission platforms – making, as its website boasts, “ordinary aircraft extraordinary”. The modifications house, based next to Toronto’s international airport, began transforming surplus wartime transports in the late 1940s. Its latest projects include partnering with Boeing on its Bombardier Challenger 650-based Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA) and designing and installing a first-of-type cargo door on a new Bombardier CRJ700.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Field-on-making-ordinary-aircraft-extraordinary-410635/