Despite the economic crisis savaging Europe, the aviation industry appears in full health. The 50th edition of the Bourget Air show in Paris is
The new Airbus A400 M military transporter flies over the Bourget skies, followed by a restored Lockheed Super Constellation.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A 380 fly in the Bourget air display.
Richard Aboulafia is Vice President, Analysis at Teal Group and writes for several international aviation magazines and publications. He is also an
Reports that talks are being held about possible changes at EADS have pleased investors. The company and French President Francois Hollande have
Welcome onboard an aircraft unlike any other. It’s been designed to increase safety on small planes and the stakes are high. At one incident every
The collapse of talks to form a 35-billion euro marriage between EADS and BAE Sytems has shifted focus away from mega-mergers and onto smaller deals
A December 2006 training flight above the Moscow region nearly ended in tragedy.
“The trainee made a mistake. That caused the plane to enter a very
Some of the most serious aviation disasters happen when pilots are confronted with a situation they have never encountered before.
Now a new
One purpose of the Paris Air Show is to showcase the latest aviation technologies – what we will be seeing in our skies in the future.
The environment is a key focus at this year’s Paris Air Show. In particular, with oil prices heading ever higher, more alternative fuels are being
The trade war between Airbus and Boeing was once again in the spotlight at the Paris air show. The competition between widebodies results in endless
Welcome to the 49th Paris Air Show, possibly the largest aviation event of 2011.
It has more than 2,100 exhibitors, 140 aircraft, 138,000
The 49th Paris Air Show, possibly the largest aviation event of 2011 was held at Le Bourget, France.
Some of the world’s most advanced commercial