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Boeing

Why did a 787 fly above 1,000 microphones 88 times?

Over an eight-day period, Boeing flew a Dreamliner with more than 200 acoustic sensors attached to it over a set of ground-based microphones 88 times. Here’s why…

Vision

VIDEO INTERVIEW: The future of contactless airports

With the pandemic accelerating all aspects of how airports operate, Airports International speaks to Vision-Box about biometric technology, security, and why airports will never be the same again

XB-70 Valkyrie

Fast, futuristic and very expensive: the XB-70 Valkyrie

Watch rare footage of the only XB-70 Valkyrie in existence – still the heaviest aircraft ever made to reach Mach 3

Airport Operators Association

Airport Operators Association warns of £2.6bn summer losses

In an interview with Airports International, Karen Dee, Chief Executive of the Airport Operators Association, voiced her concerns at the government’s “overly cautious” approach to reopening international travel during a challenging period for UK aviation

VistaJet

How airlines’ Covid struggles are helping private jet operators

While the airline industry continues to be heavily impacted by Covid-19, private aviation appears to have been largely immune to the pandemic by comparison. Thomas Haynes spoke with Ian Moore, VistaJet’s chief commercial officer, to find out more

Learjet 24

How on earth did this pilot survive?

Flying drug barons, hairy landings in South America… by his own admission, Greg Madonna is lucky to be alive. This is one aviator’s incredible story

San Francisco International

Ongoing dialogue between governments and airports is critical

We speak to Doug Yakel from San Francisco International Airport about pent-up travel demand, the future of business travel, and how federal assistance in the US has been vital to the aviation industry