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Radical departure

To create an aircraft cabin and transit lounge to suit the longest of all long hauls, Qantas turned to an innovative designer prepared to go the extra mile.

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Blue-sky thinker

An aeronautical eureka moment helped Michimasa Fujino relaunch the stalled Honda Aircraft project – and its HA-420 is now the private-aviation industry’s most sought-after jet.

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Head for heights

With a raft of new aircraft and a brand refresh waiting in the wings, we speak to Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr about what lies ahead for the German flag-carrier.

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Hitting heights

Home to aircraft manufacturers, suppliers and associations, Montréal is a leading centre of aviation. At the forefront is Bombardier, whose new C Series planes will benefit the whole of Québec province – not to mention…

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Hot and cold

The chief executive of Portuguese national airline TAP on how he’s seen the flag-carrier through turbulent times – and why workaholics are not to be trusted.

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Gaining altitude

With the global demand for pilots climbing, meet the next generation of aviators and discover one flight school that, despite facing threats from a turbulent industry, is undeniably in the ascendancy.

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Flights of fancy

1 June 2015

From state-of-the-art evacuation slides to the perfect mid-flight chocolate mousse, Monocle Films samples the innovation on offer at the world’s leading trade fair devoted to enhancing the in-flight experience.

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Awaiting take-off

Speculation about the future of the Boeing 757 fleet and a forthcoming replacement is mounting but vital airframers think they have a strategy to fill the single-aisle jet’s spot in the market. Here’s our take on the 757…

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Flight fantastic

The man behind Japan Airlines’ incredible turnaround discusses his graduation from pilot to president, attracting new trade and taking on the low-cost carriers.

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Aiming high

Following a spell of financial turbulence things are looking up for Finnair, with plans for an airport expansion, a fleet makeover and a focus on promoting the national brand. Monocle heads to the airline’s headquarters to…

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Short-haul solutions

22 May 2014

The battle for orders in the single-aisle jet market is heating up as smaller manufacturers with all-new aeroplanes look to steal market share from Airbus and Boeing. We take a look at the top three upcoming offerings.

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Team captain

Whether it’s successfully running two global airlines, steering a crisis-hit media empire or chairing a major financial institution, Sir Rod Eddington takes leadership inspiration from sports and knows the business game…

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Singapore Airshow 2014

17 February 2014

The biennial Singapore Airshow is a magnet for the world’s most important aerospace companies, all of them eager to sell to the high-flying Asia-Pacific market. Monocle got strapped in to gauge the state of a soaring ind…

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Runaway success

Buoyed by 100 years of heritage, Alenia Aermacchi has engineered a venerable position at the forefront ofcivilian and military aeronautics. Monocle tours the company’s Turin facility for a pre-flight check.

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