Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral on September 19 was attended by some 500 heads of state, including presidents, prime ministers and monarchs from across the globe, making it one of the largest such gatherings since the memorial for Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa, in 2013. Here we illustrate some of the more unusual aircraft to visit the UK for the event.
Now in its 60th year of operation, Jetcraft has grown from a Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina FBO to a global network of aviation advisors. Raphael Haddad, president of Jetcraft’s commercial aviation division, speaks to Airliner World about the current state of the industry, ongoing challenges and long-term prospects.
The Docklands gateway is to be connected with an additional Scottish destination this winter. Find out more…
A modified Boeing 747 used to transport the manufacturer’s 787 aerostructures appears to have lost a wheel during take-off.
ATR will officially launch its new EVO turboprop by the end of next year. Richard Schuurman caught up with Stéphane Viala, the OEM’s senior vice president of engineering, to learn more about the project