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Where you can see this Ukrainian 737 across Europe now

A single Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) Boeing 737-900ER is currently being seen at a plethora of destinations across Europe, ranging from Lisbon and Oslo to Berlin and Larnaca. Find out why…

CAE confirms which training centre is set for simulator expansion

High technology company, CAE, revealed on May 3 intentions to expand one of its flight training centres with new full-flight simulators (FFS).

QUIZ: British Airways - Seats across the fleet!

As the aviation world springs back to life, it's high time for a test which will sort the British Airways aficionados from the BA bunglers! All data is as supplied via British Airways and represents the maximum passenger capacity, unless otherwise stated. Good luck!

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AirX uses bizjet on Ukraine aid mission

From WhatsApp to warzone: Airliner World visited AirX’s Stansted base for anything but your average bizjet charter

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Boeing 777-8F vs Airbus A350F: Comparing the next-gen freighters

New twin-engine cargo airliners are on their way, as the recently launched A350F and 777-8F freighters go head-to-head for orders. Mark Broadbent reports

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Key players go head-to-head in booming freighter aircraft market

With soaring interest in converted and custom-built cargo aircraft, manufacturers are scrambling to meet enormous demand. Richard Schuurman speaks to some of the key players within this booming sector

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BOC Aviation adds 80 A320neos

BOC Aviation has signed a firm order for 80 A320neo Family aircraft.

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An exciting look at future sustainable propulsion plans

When it comes to powering commercial aircraft, a revolution is starting to take place. It might be in its early stages but its about to take off in a big way, as Selwyn Parker explains

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The life and legacy of the Antonov An-225: What next?

Airliner World reflects on the long career of An-225 Mriya and ponders what happens next for Kyiv’s cargo-hauling colossus.

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Bleak future for 400 leased airliners “potentially lost” to Russia

International lessors could stand to lose more than 400 commercial aircraft to Russia after sanctions over its invasion of Ukraine have made recovering their assets near impossible.