David Willis details the life of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Boeing 757 and highlights some of the many research programmes it participated in during its career as a testbed.
Key Aero’s Dino Carrara interviewed Captain Joe Duval, Honeywell’s director of Flight Test Operations about the company’s unique Boeing 757 which despite being 40 years old is proving to be perfect for testing the company’s latest engines and aerospace technology
The airline has been busy raising funds for Comic Relief
In its latest Statistical Analysis of Commercial Aviation Accidents report – which covers all Western-built commercial air transport jets that carry more than 40 passengers – Airbus reports on the trends of fatal crashes and hull losses.
A pair of early-build Boeing 787s are to be retired from commercial service and dismantled for spare parts.
Pioneering physics lab CERN is working with Airbus to research new technologies that will benefit aviation, reports Mark Broadbent