Why has physics lab CERN joined forces with Airbus?
Pioneering physics lab CERN is working with Airbus to research new technologies that will benefit aviation, reports Mark Broadbent
NASA’s X-57 Maxwell: the ultimate guide to the electric trailblazer
NASA’s X-57 Maxwell is intended to provide industry and regulators with the knowledge to revolutionise sustainable aviation. Mark Broadbent learns more
Face to Face: Paul Godfrey of UK Space Command
Air Vice-Marshal Paul Godfrey tells AIR International about the achievements and ambitions of UK Space Command
What is being done to make commercial space market more sustainable?
The commercial space market needs to be more sustainable, but achieving this is anything but straightforward, finds Mark Broadbent
Boeing 747 – The aircraft that changed the world
As the final Boeing 747 is delivered to Atlas Air, Mark Broadbent considers the iconic widebody’s place in aviation history
Quieter supersonic flight: NASA X-59 chief pilot's insights
Lead pilot David Nils Larson talks to Mark Broadbent about NASA’s latest X-plane, the X-59 Quesst
Why Airbus A330s are a ’perfect fit’ for Condor
Condor’s initial A330-900 entered service in the carrier’s striking new livery in the last days of 2022. Mark Broadbent details the debut and considers the A330neo’s fortunes
Why Embraer paused its revolutionary next-gen turboprop
Just a week after disclosing details about its Energia concepts, Embraer has put its turboprop airliner plans on ice, but regional aircraft using new technologies remain firmly in its sights. Mark Broadbent reports
Vertical Aerospace VX4: the eVTOL with $5bn in pre-orders
The first maiden flight of a brand new UK-designed and built aircraft in more than two decades took place in September. Mark Broadbent reports on a major milestone for eVTOL experts Vertical Aerospace and its VX4
Can SAF save the day?
Sexy it is not, but the industry needs sustainable aviation fuel. Mark Broadbent rounds up recent developments in SAF