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Analysis

  • Behind Air France’s Fatal Flight

    The aviation industry has been left with many questions following flight AF 447's disappearance over the Atlantic. Alex Hawkes speaks to an aviation consultant to discover what safety procedures and...

  • A400M Doubts

    Cost blowouts and delivery concerns have made the A400M one of the most talked about planes this year. Could its benefits be enough, however, to see it through the turbulence?...

  • The Exhaustive Biofuels Debate

    The biofuels debate is heating up for the aviation industry. Penny Jones discovers that more than the environment is on the table when it comes to a viable future solution.

  • When Electrical Equipment Should Not Go To Waste

    Defence companies supplying electronics for EU-based contracts could face environmental compliance regulations. In the first of a two-part look at compliance, columnist John Maclean describes what this could mean for...

  • When the Yuan Calls

    Aerospace in China is still on the way up if you believe the reports. Brian Thomson and Penny Jones speak with one expatriate aerospace manufacturer that can vouch for this...

  • Low Pressure System Ahead

    The economy threatens to ground the aerospace industry as defence and commercial budgets dry up. So what will this mean for R&D? Anthony Beachey reports.

  • Defending the Boeing Brand

    Following a successful first year of operations for Boeing Defence UK, Alex Hawkes talks to the new MD Mike Kurth. He tells him about the expansion of its helicopter range...

  • Child Safety in Aviation Still Up In the Air

    Strict regulations mandating how children are transported in cars have existed for decades. However, in aviation there has been very little action despite developments in child seat creation. David Binning...

  • Turbulent Times Ahead

    Global economics are pushing all recent predictions for the future of aviation out the window. Anthony Beachey analyses the testing times to come.

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