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  • ANALYSIS: What you will and won't see at 2015 Paris air show


    ​Paris is the undisputed queen of the air shows. The most venerable – the first was staged in 1909 – it is also by far the largest, with over 2,200 exhibitors and almost 140,000 professional visitors turning up to the 2013 event. The week-long bonanza – with four trade days – is not to everyone’s taste. Its sheer scale and location – on a business airfield in a down-at-heel suburb north of the city, often gridlocked during the week – mean getting into and around the show can be difficult. Humidity and frequent downpours can add to the discomfort. However, there is no doubt that the biennial event remains the place to meet and be seen for anyone in the aerospace industry.


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  • OPINION: How Putin's actions will harm Russian industry


    ​Just over one year ago, Russia’s resurgent aerospace industry dominated the flying display at the Paris air show, ably...


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  • ANALYSIS: What you will and won't see at 2015 Paris air show

    News | 12 May 2015 08:24 | Murdo Morrison

    ​Paris is the undisputed queen of the air shows. The most venerable – the first was staged in 1909 – it is also by far the largest, with over 2,200 exhibitors and almost 140,000 professional visitors turning up to the 2013 event. The week-long bonanza – with four trade days – is not to everyone’s taste. Its sheer scale and location – on a business airfield in a down-at-heel suburb north of the city, often gridlocked during the week – mean getting into and around the show can be difficult. Humidity and frequent downpours can add to the discomfort. However, there is no doubt that the biennial event remains the place to meet and be seen for anyone in the aerospace industry.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-What-you-will-and-wont-see-at-2015-Paris-air-show-412151/
  • AIRSHOW CHINA: J-31, Y-20, MA700 to star at Zhuhai

    News | 10 Nov 2014 10:19 | Greg Waldron

    The 2014 version of the biennial Airshow China in Zhuhai will see a number of firsts for the rapidly growing event.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AIRSHOW-CHINA-J-31-Y-20-MA700-to-star-at-Zhuhai-405836/
  • OPINION: How Putin's actions will harm Russian industry

    News | 13 Aug 2014 23:00

    ​Just over one year ago, Russia’s resurgent aerospace industry dominated the flying display at the Paris air show, ably covering for the low-profile showing by the unusually cash-strapped US armed forces. Highlights included the Sukhoi Su-35 fighter and Kamov Ka-52 attack helicopter, along with the Superjet regional ­airliner and Irkut’s in-development MC-21. Ukraine’s An-70 transport was also on show, with Antonov holding on to hopes of securing fresh backing from Moscow.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/OPINION-How-Putins-actions-will-harm-Russian-industry-402650/
  • ANALYSIS: Will sanctions affect Russia's aerospace integration with the West?

    News | 08 Aug 2014 09:43 | Murdo Morrison

    ​At first glance, the Russian presence at this year’s Farnborough reflected the confidence of the country’s resurgent aerospace sector, and the value with which its key players regard the biennial air show. All the industry’s big names had sizeable chalets or stands, including United Aircraft (UAC), the holding company for most of the country’s aircraft brands, as well as Russian Helicopters and defence export agency Rosonboronexport. UAC company Irkut had its own exhibition area for a mock-up of the in-development MC-21 narrowbody, while another subsidiary, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC), had two Superjet 100s on static display with its Italian partner Superjet International.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Will-sanctions-affect-Russias-aerospace-integration-with-the-West-402310/
  • FARNBOROUGH: Ukraine situation will not affect UAC cooperation

    News | 16 Jul 2014 09:35 | Murdo Morrison

    Relationships between Russia's aerospace industry and the West will not be affected by the backlash against the country's actions in Ukraine, believes Mikhail Pogosyan, president of the United Aircraft holding company.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/FARNBOROUGH-Ukraine-situation-will-not-affect-UAC-cooperation-401592/
  • Pentagon report highlights China's airpower development

    News | 06 Jun 2014 08:11 | Greg Waldron

    A US Department of Defence report has underlined China’s determination to develop its airpower capabilities.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Pentagon-report-highlights-Chinas-airpower-development-400146/