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As the Gulfstream G700 makes it Singapore Air Show debut at the Changi Exhibition Center this year, we take a look back to 2019 when we reported that the firm planned to "retake the crown for the largest, longest-range business jet with the unveiling of its new flagship, the G700".
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By David Casey
Tourism Malaysa's Director General outlines the country’s tourism ambitions and future growth targets.
Airports & Networks

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Business Aviation

Aviation Week Network Staff
Adrian Schofield, Aviation Week’s senior air transport editor for the Asia-Pacific, won the Best Asian Aviation Analysis at the 2024 Asian Aerospace Media Awards.
Singapore Airshow

By Steve Trimble
China's Z-10ME makes its first international debut at Singapore Airshow 2024. Steve Trimble, Aviation Week Network's defense editors explains more.
Singapore Airshow

By Christine Boynton
Christine Boynton speaks with Gilbert Slim about why Pratt & Whitney sees a need for the Singapore Technology Accelerator (STA).
Singapore Airshow

By Christine Boynton
Christine Boynton provides an overview of the A350-1000 aircraft that will fly at the Singapore Airshow 2024 using a 35.67% blend of Sustainable Aviation Fuel.
Singapore Airshow

By Alan Dron
Austrian Airlines’ fleet of Embraer 195s may fly average sector lengths of around one hour, but that figure hides considerable variations in the crossover jet’s operations.
Crossover Narrowbody Jets

Our Air Transport editors have selected the best quotes they’ve heard from industry leaders over the past week, including Emirates president Tim Clark.
Air Transport

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By Daniel Williams
With the upcoming Singapore Airshow, this week's Flight Friday looks at the impact the removal of China’s zero-COVID policy has had on Asia-Pacific and Chinese operators.
Air Transport

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Air Transport

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Air Transport

A Lockheed Air Express flown by Capt. Frank M. Hawks, an aeronautics advisor at The Texas Co., made the cover of our Feb. 16, 1929, edition for setting a new U.S. transcontinental speed record.
Defense and Space

The latest news in brief from the MRO industry.
MRO

By Alan Dron
Egyptian hybrid carrier Air Cairo has found a niche in its network for its small sub-fleet of Embraer 190s.
Crossover Narrowbody Jets

In the Business Flying section of the Feb. 11, 1974 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology, we reported on the Aerospatiale Gazelle, a five-space helicopter, which was expected to account for 50% of 1974 sales for the French manufacturer's U.S. subsidiary.
Business Aviation

By Linda Blachly
Our Air Transport editors have selected the best quotes they’ve heard from industry leaders over the past week, including Spirit Airlines CEO Ted Christie.
Air Transport

A collection of all the top podcasts from January 2024.
Air Transport

By Linda Blachly
This week’s top air transport stories include an NTSB report suggesting that the missing bolts had been removed on the Boeing factory floor and did not break off during the Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-9 Jan. 5 flight, causing the exit door plug to rip off, and the European Court of Justice annulled the state aid approval awarded to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to help it through the pandemic.
Air Transport

By Daniel Williams
This week's #FlightFriday looks at the recovery of widebody utilization and what that means for the engine OEMs.
Aircraft & Propulsion

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Airports & Networks