Checking an A340-600 Trent 500 engine during maintenance at Frankfurt.
Milling of the sliding piston bush of an A340’s landing gear.
Final assembly of an A340-300’s main landing gear after overhaul.
Overhaul of the nose landing gear from an Airbus A340-300.
Wingtip mounted position light of an Airbus A340-600.
Boeing 777 landing gear during rework with Hawker Pacific Aerospace Landing Gear Services in the UK.
Five E195s will be returned to lessors by December.
Flybe operates 11 E175s on its UK operation and two for Flybe Finland.
Assembly of a repaired landing gear for an Airbus A310.
A Ka-226T prototype in military-style camouflage configured with an open platform for cargo transport behind the cockpit.
One of six Ka-226AGs delivered in 2011-2012 to Gazprom for gas pipeline monitoring and general transport role.
This Ka-226.50, based at Nalchik, is operated by the Special-Purpose Police Aviation Detachment of Russia’s Kabardino-Balkiria republic in the North Caucasus region.
Russia's Federal Security Service has six Ka-226s on strength; the first two were delivered in 2004.
The Turbomeca Arrius 2G1 engine, combined with a range of airframe and rotor system enhancements, gives the Ka-226T a vastly improved hot-and-high performance compared to the initial version.
The air ambulance mission pod has room for two stretchers and three to four attendants or seated casualties.
A Ka-226T during trials at a high-altitude airfield in the Himalayas in February 2010.
The executive/VIP detachable cabin, made at PO Strela.
The interior of this Ka-226T prototype is outfitted for HEMS for the Ministry of Emergency Situations.
Atlantic’s last Avro RJ100 will be phased out this month.
The CSeries flight deck includes large LCD displays, dual flight management system with optimised control and display functions, dual cursor control devices, datalink, Cat IIIa autoland and side stick controls as baseline.
The CSeries family of aircraft offers flexible seating options. The interior can be customised for a single-, two- or a high-density class seating.
Video borescope of an Airbus A321’s V2500 engine.
Video borescope of an Airbus A321's V2500 engine.
Q400 G-JECY (c/n 4157) named Spirit of Liberium was the first to be repainted in purple. It'll take three years to rebrand the entire fleet.
Landing gear assembly work on a Boeing 747-400 during a D-check.
Stobart Air, formerly Aer Arann, is operating ATR72s from Southend for Flybe under a franchise agreement.