Air International 2022-04
The combat fighter market is especially strong, with Poland keen to boost its F-16C Fighting Falcon fleet (pictured)
Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport sits close to the Ukraine border
Discontinued last year, the A380 has found a new lease of life in the ZEROe project
Bombardier is among manufacturers to have suspended technical support in Russia
The world’s sole Antonov An-225 Mriya in all its glory. The aircraft has since been destroyed during fighting at Gostomel Airport near Kyiv
E-Jet freighters will enter service in 2024
Poland’s attempt to hand over its MiG-29 fighters was not well received by Washington
Anatoly Yaremenko, general director of the Kommunar tractor plant in Kharkiv, surveying the wreckage of a downed Russian SU-34 on the factory grounds, March 8, 2022
A Ukrainian soldier patrolling the ruins of the Kommunar tractor plant in the wake of the shooting down of the SU-34
The Tiger platform is being upgraded
Humanitarian aid for Ukraine prior to dispatch from Spain’s Torrejon Air Base
Humanitarian aid for Ukraine being loaded at Spain’s Torrejon Air Base
The 8000th Citation, Cessna 700 Citation Longitude N50MG, at its hand-over ceremony
The AW609 will be the first civil tiltrotor
Restrictions in international air transport following Russia's invasion of Ukraine led Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow to close passenger service at Terminal D
Aeroflot's first A350 photographed on delivery in February 2020.
Gulfstream shipped 119 aircraft in 2021
Among its new technology products, Lufthansa Technik has a sharkskin coating developed with BASF. Here, a technician works with the coating on a Lufthansa 747-400 during trials in 2019
MROs are among the businesses affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine
An artist’s rendering of a proposed Rolls-Royce eVTOL flying over Seoul, South Korea