Author Kevin Craven, chief executive, ADS

Opinion Farnborough, UK - July 25, 2010: Airbus A380 in a heat haze being prepared for take-off with the Red Arrows in the background at the Farnborough Airshow, UK

Aircraft deliveries continue recovery ahead of Farnborough Airshow

The ongoing sector recovery continues as 82 aircraft were delivered in May 2022, an improvement on May 2021 and in line with 2022 forecasts. The backlog of aircraft remains strong at above 13,000 for the sixth consecutive month since December 2021, says ADS, the UK trade organisation representing aerospace, defence and security


Five decades of history, told from the galley

When Cheryl Gaymon joined American Airlines in 1967, the USA was in the midst of the Civil Rights movement and black flight attendants were few and far between. Cheryl has witnessed much progress taking place – and helped shape it – and is now the top FA at DFW. Here’s Cheryl’s story…


Why Russian outbound tourism is collapsing

The Russian outbound tourism economy is collapsing as the world reacts to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with sanctions and airspace restrictions, though with unexpected effects on premium travel


Sustainability in the aircraft interiors sector

If the cabin interiors sector is aiming to create truthful initiatives that meet the Net Zero promises made by the aviation industry, we need to begin by understanding what it all means, then develop a suitable infrastructure, and source new recycled materials and solutions for the market. Sekisui Kydex is partnering with industry to create a greener path to Net Zero

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