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Airliner World December 2021

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What to expect at this year's Dubai Airshow

The aerospace sector is back in event mode, as the Dubai Airshow returns this November. Richard Schuurman highlights the key trends to look out for

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Inside Embraer's new turboprop project

Could the humble turboprop’s best years be yet to come? Gordon Smith sits down with Embraer’s Martyn Holmes and Rodrigo Silva e Souza to discuss one of the industry’s hottest topics

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Behind the scenes of Britain's last airliner programme

The British Aerospace 146 took to the air on its maiden flight 40 years ago this September. Twenty years and 20 days later, the AVRO RJX100 made its first flight. Derek Ferguson recalls his time testing the quiet, diminutive quad-jet

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Making the Mad Dog

The Douglas DC-9 stole a march on the BAC One-Eleven and Boeing 737, but McDonnell Douglas had another trick up its sleeve, as Stephen Skinner discovers in the second half of our two-part feature

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ATR: service insight

Ian Harbison talks with David Brigante at ATR to learn more about the firm's customer offering

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Sound judgement

A critical, but often overlooked part of any pilot’s inventory is their headset. Airliner World caught up with Patrick Schutterop, Business Manager, Bose Aviation EMEA & APAC to learn more about the origin and evolution of the company’s products

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What it was like to fly on Concorde

From 1993 to 2003, Andreas Spaeth flew on Concorde eight times. In this extract from his new book, he shares a unique insight into the supersonic airliner with this personal account of a journey that took place not long before the type’s retirement

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Maintaining the edge

As the dust begins to settle after a turbulent 18 months for the MRO sector, Gordon Smith sat down with David Doherty, head of sales at Etihad Engineering to discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead

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Inside the world's most significant collection of British airliners

Duxford is home to the world’s most significant collection of British-built airliners. Martin Needham pays a visit to the Cambridgeshire airfield in the first of a special two-part report

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