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ANALYSIS: Italy's swing-role Typhoons fly high at Red Flag

Fatigued Superjet test pilot used wrong throttle before crash | PICTURES: 747-400 Global SuperTanker gets ready for action
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5 April 2016
Fatigued Superjet test pilot used wrong throttle before crash
PICTURES: 747-400 Global SuperTanker gets ready for action
US Army weighs first rotorcraft variant for Future Vertical Lift
Lufthansa discloses initial routes and layout for A350
RAF Tornado successfully trials BriteCloud protection system
Falcon 8X on final approach to certification
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5 – 11 April 2016 issue overview
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ANALYSIS: Italy’s swing-role Typhoons fly high at Red Flag

ABACE: China’s private jet market goes quiet ’ for now
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INTERIORS: The logic behind Airbus's launch of its Airspace cabin brand
ANALYSIS: Regulators stepping up in UAV airspace integration

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Boeing, FAA warn 787 pilots of bad airspeed data
ANALYSIS: How EasyJet transformed its pilot training
Pentagon touts "Loyal Wingman" for combat jets
Czech Airlines switches order to A320neo
Bell-Boeing begins designing CMV-22B with $151 million contract
OPINION: High-altitude stakes soar for U-2 successor

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The Future of Air Transport: Asia Pacific
Singapore start for Future of Air Transport

The Future of Air Transport conference heads to Singapore for the first time next month. Building on its existing London event, the debut Singapore event will be held on 19 and 20 April and the speaker line-up includes chief executives from Air India Express, Hong Kong Express, Malindo Air and Nok Air.

Confirmed speakers and programme can be found on the event website

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