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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Aviation Magazin, ISBN/Box 0074470745693, Series monthly, Publisher/Brand Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 99, Version Soft cover, Language English
Boeing halts 737 MAX production, Airbus prepares to introduce the BelugaXL and Virgin Orbit UK receives further funding.
Spain announces PC-21 purchase, USAF looks to replace its 'doomsday plane' and the MH-139A is christened.
NATO's first RQ-4D Global Hawk arrives, Leonardo teams up with Skydweller Aero on solar-powered high-altitude drone and Australia moves forward with SkyGuardian selection.
Russian Helicopters opts to use Pratt & Whitney engine for VRT500, Rolls-Royce to support US military V-22 engines, and the Mi-171A2 gains full certification.
The first G500 is delivered to Europe, Lufthansa Technik offers VIP A220 and the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) notes rise in biz jet deliveries.
Harbour Air and magniX fly first fully electric commercial aircraft, Boeing/Disney team-up sees X-Wing fly and the US Navy continues Advanced Arresting Gear testing.
NEW: RUSSIAN INTELLIGENCE REPORT
More Fulcrums and Flankers delivered to Russian allies, the Superjet-New (SSJ-New) gets the green light and Kinzhal-armed MiG-31Ks 'frighten' an Arctic target.
NEW: TALKING POINT – PILOT RECRUITMENT
Are pilot shortages a myth or reality? Dave Unwin explores the statistics and predictions surrounding the potential need for 800,000 new airline pilots before 2040.
AT THE CONTROLS
Air International columnist Dave Unwin talks about the recent developments in hybrid and electric aero-engines.
HIGH-FLYER – DIVERSITY IN AVIATION
L3Harris's Jo Hjalmas and Colin Rydon say a diverse and collaborative focus is needed to develop the pilots of tomorrow.
Jon Lake explains how an electronic warfare role could provide an invaluable boost to the Eurofighter programme as production begins to wind down.
Air International's Martin Needham considers the future of Flybe as it shifts from Europe's biggest regional airline to Virgin Atlantic's short-haul sidekick under the Virgin Connect name.
Assistant military editor Khalem Chapman explores the US Air Force's decade-long push to acquire low-budget light-attack platforms and the project's future direction.
MACEDONIAN POLICE AT 50
Igor Božinovski provides an overview of North Macedonian Police Aviation, which has just celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Khalem Chapman investigates the industrial teamwork behind Boeing's MQ-25A Stingray, which is on course to become the world's first carrier-based unmanned air-to-air refuelling aircraft.
Airbus Defence and Space has revealed its once highly classified Low Observable Unmanned Testbed (LOUT). Jon Lake was there for Air International.
HAWK 30 HIGH ALTITUDE DRONE
Mark Broadbent looks at solar-powered high-altitude pseudo-satellites in development, with an extra focus on the AeroVironment Hawk 30 unmanned aircraft.
DE HAVILLAND DASH 8
Seven months after de Havilland Aircraft of Canada's acquisition of the Dash 8, Mark Broadbent explores the company's plans for the turboprop airliner.
MIL MI-28: PART TWO
Alexander Mladenov further examines the famed Mil Mi-28 'Havoc' and export versions of the Russian attack helicopter.
Air International outlines some of the biggest upcoming aerospace conferences and trade events.
SURPLUS MILITARY AIRCRAFT
From second-hand fighters to tankers, Jamie Hunter and Khalem Chapman look at the rising trend in the procurement of surplus platforms over commercial off-the-shelf alternatives.