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Looking back at 50 years of Bombardier Challenger development

As Bombardier begins to deliver its latest Challenger – the 3500 – Paul E Eden looks back on almost half-a-century of business jet development

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Old whale, new tricks: What's happened to Airbus’ five old BelugaSTs?

What do you do with a fleet of five now-redundant, incredibly specialised freighters? That was the question Airbus asked of itself earlier this year. Ian Harbison reports on the European manufacturer’s creation of an out-sized cargo subsidiary.

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Azul Brazilian Airlines' bold expansion plan revealed

Tom Batchelor catches up with André Américo from Azul to learn more about the São Paulo-based carrier’s bullish approach to expansion

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The huge hurdle that could delay Airbus making a hydrogen airliner

Airbus has provided an important progress check in its ambitious bid to develop hydrogen-powered aircraft, as Richard Schuurman reports from Toulouse

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Singapore MAX report released

Air safety authorities in Singapore have concluded their investigation into an incident at the country’s Changi Airport.

Flybondi's 30-hour ferry flight

Argentinian low-cost carrier Flybondi has welcomed the tenth Boeing 737-800 to its fleet. The delivery of the 189-seat aircraft required some creative route planning, with a 30-hour journey to get the narrowbody from Sacheon in South Korea to Buenos Aires.

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NEW: United places largest widebody order in US history

United Airlines has broken aviation records by inking a blockbuster deal for at least 100 new Boeing twin-aisle jets. The US carrier has placed a firm order for 100 new 787 Dreamliners, along with options for a further 100 examples.

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How these stunning air-to-air photos of Lufthansa's first 787 were taken

The arrival of Lufthansa’s first Dreamliner in Bremen presented a unique opportunity for pilot, air traffic controller and aviation photographer Sebastian Thoma. Here, in his own words, he shares some of the logistical preparations behind an incredible air-to-air helicopter shoot.

Why a one-week-old airBaltic A220 flew to Africa

AirBaltic’s newest Airbus A220 has had a very busy first week.

What is the outlook of ultra-long-haul flying?

In our monthly check-in with the Cirium team, we explore the recent growth of ultra-long-haul flying and consider the headwinds that could impact its expansion.