Our Commercial Airliner review looks at the programme impact that the coronavirus-driven downturn is having on manufacturers around the world. But for those already contemplating a post-pandemic career in the cockpit, don’t miss our Training and Development guide. Plus, we fly Gulfstream’s G600, and peer beneath the skin of Dassault’s Falcon 6X.
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A look at how Airbus and Boeing, regional aircraft manufacturers and those leading airliner programmes in China, Japan and Russia have adapted to the major challenges the pandemic and associated collapse in air travel has caused the sector
A fatal accident involving an Atlas Air freighter has exposed a lack of progress in getting operators to compile and share data about pilot training performance, despite a 2010 mandate to boost safety.
Regardless of the current crisis, many would-be commercial pilots lack the aptitude to get an airline job. One aviation veteran believes changes to the system are needed – in Europe at least – before the sector starts to recruit again.
At 21, Steffi Ziegler is a new aircraft maintenance engineer, responsible for one of wartime Germany’s most iconic types preserved at the Messerschmitt Flight Museum near Munich. She combines the role with being an honorary ambassador for her region’s horticulture industry across Europe
Following its launch in 2018 as a replacement for the ill-fated 5X, Dassault’s latest, highly advanced twinjet is set to make its first appearance ahead of a planned entry into service in 2022.
When this crisis reaches the 12-month mark around February/March 2021, are there any reasons to believe that things will look vastly better than they do today?
As controversial narrowbody nears FAA recertification, Max Kingsley-Jones, senior consultant at Ascend by Cirium, outlines key issues around jet’s revival.