Flight International, April 2021
We report on the long-awaited publication of the UK’s defence review for the period until 2025, with type retirements affecting the Royal Air Force’s C-130J, E-3D Sentry and Puma fleets, and uncertainty over London’s 138-aircraft commitment to the F-35 fighter.
Environmental topics are another key theme running through our new issue – from increased interest in the use of sustainable aviation fuels for long-haul flight to electrification projects which are gathering speed in Norway and the UK, and the strengthened fight against illegal wildlife trafficking.
In our training and development report, we look at the strong demand being seen by ab initio training providers, and look at the changing face of the simulator market.
Also this issue, we have exclusive interviews with Bell chief executive Mitch Snyder, and the boss of UK military training start-up Aeralis.
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