Flight International, March 2021

To coincide with the second anniversary of the Boeing 737 Max’s worldwide grounding, we assess the programme’s huge impact on the company’s finances and reputation, and the crucial importance of its safe return to service.

The aerospace industry’s glaring gender imbalance comes under the spotlight, as we look at efforts to increase female representation in the boardroom, cockpit, engineering workspace, and in leadership roles with airlines around the globe.

Elsewhere this issue, we fly Cessna’s flagship Citation Longitude super-midsize business jet, delve into the world of commercial aircraft salvage and storage, and review the wealth of choice available in the civil helicopter market.

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Special report


Aviation’s long route to beating gender inequality

Despite decades of trying, the aviation and aerospace industry it is still searching for a winning formula on gender diversity. 

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Women in Aviation International chief McKay on the way ahead

We speak to Allison McKay, the chief executive of Women in Aviation International (WIA): the world’s largest special interest group for women interested in aviation and aerospace.


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Signing off Savannah’s finest for Gulfstream

Gulfstream aerodynamics engineer Cathy Downen leads the airframer’s certification team, and has the final say on what flies and what does not