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  • Creating A Titan


    The A380 will be hard to miss at Paris. But what lies behind its highly visible structure? Our technical overview reveals the giant’s aerodynamic secrets


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  • PICTURE: Daher Socata marks 100th anniversary with special edition TBM 850


    Daher Socata has launched a special edition of its TBM 850 single engine turboprop series to mark the 100th anniversary...


  • Pictures: Jat Airways unveils commemorative liveries for 80th anniversary


    <P><A href="http://www.jat.com/active/en/home.html" target=_blank>Serbian flag-carrier Jat Airways </A>has revealed...


  • Final landing: A history of the UK aircraft industry (or 'Why Britain botched building airliners')


    BAE's exit from Airbus may be the end of UK ownership in commercial aircraft manufacturing, but its appetite for the...


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  • ANALYSIS: Can Rolls-Royce find a way back into narrowbodies?

    News | 06 Mar 2014 09:19 | Murdo Morrison

    Despite committing the thrust of its development energies in a two-step evolution of its Trent family – the target being a widebody engine in the 2020s featuring extensive composite structures and geared technology – Rolls-Royce is reaffirming its determination to return to the single-aisle market.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Can-Rolls-Royce-find-a-way-back-into-narrowbodies-396653/
  • READY IN FOCUS PICTURES CONCORDE: A decade after its retirement, there is no sign of a successor to Concorde

    News | 14 Oct 2013 11:03

    Thursday October 23 2003 was a typically chill, damp, late autumn evening at London’s Heathrow Airport. The type of evening to send people home from work to the warmth and quiet of an evening in front of their televisions. On that night, however, the airport’s perimeter fence was lined with more than 1000 onlookers, clutching cameras, binoculars and, in many cases, the hands of their young children, there to witness a melancholy piece of aviation history. At 19h20 their wait was rewarded as a roar announced the departure for New York JFK of the final westbound flight of fare-paying passengers on board a British Airways Concorde. For the last time, the blowtorch exhausts of four Olympus 593 engines in full reheat speared through the darkness as the supersonic airliner rotated and climbed out to the west.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/READY-IN-FOCUS-PICTURES-CONCORDE-A-decade-after-its-retirement-there-is-no-sign-of-a-successor-to-Concorde-391649/
  • FARNBOROUGH: Airbus's fly-by-wire pioneer Bernard Ziegler wins Flightglobal Lifetime Achievement Award

    News | 11 Jul 2012 05:00

    Bernard Ziegler is an aeronautical engineer and test pilot who retired in 1997, when he was senior vice-president engineering at Airbus. At retirement he...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/FARNBOROUGH-Airbuss-fly-by-wire-pioneer-Bernard-Ziegler-wins-Flightglobal-Lifetime-Achievement-Award-373768/
  • PICTURE: Daher Socata marks 100th anniversary with special edition TBM 850

    News | 09 Feb 2011 09:00 | Kate Sarsfield

    Daher Socata has launched a special edition of its TBM 850 single engine turboprop series to mark the 100th anniversary of the French business and general aviation manufacturer.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURE-Daher-Socata-marks-100th-anniversary-with-special-edition-TBM-850-352901/
  • Court orders hearing into 1968 Air France Caravelle crash

    News | 26 Jan 2011 11:27 | Stuart Todd

    <p>A court in Nice has ordered a hearing into the crash of an Air France passenger aircraft between Nice and Ajaccio 42 years ago, which killed all 95 people...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Court-orders-hearing-into-1968-Air-France-Caravelle-crash-352347/
  • AB25: Jet Airways chairman, Naresh Goyal

    News | 23 Nov 2010 05:00

    The 1960s, and to some extent the 1970s, were the age of innocence for our industry in India. Aviation as a business was less cut-throat, more a luxury, almost like a one-time experience to be cherished; definitely not a common man's choice of travel, the Great Indian Railways had then ruled the roost. Our world has since moved on writes Jet Airways chairman Naresh Goyalhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AB25-Jet-Airways-chairman-Naresh-Goyal-349753/