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What is the MAX?
Airlines

What is the MAX?

by John Walton February 11, 2020

Fundamentally, much of Boeing never really wanted to build the 737 MAX, and spent the latter half of the previous decade deciding that what it really wanted to do was build the FSA, the replacement for its nearly 50-year-old 737 programme.

Cabin Pressure: Thirty years on, premium economy due for innovation
Airlines

The premium economy cabin could be shaken up with some true innovation after a number of years where nothing much has changed, John Walton writes in his latest Cabin Pressure column.

From the archives: How the Airbus A220 family is fit for purpose
Future of Aviation

This feature story about the Airbus A220 written by John Walton first appeared in the June 2019 edition of Australian Aviation.

Flight and fight: the race to own sky-high internet
Airlines

This story by John Walton in the July 2019 edition of Australian Aviation looks at the key players racing to own the internet in the sky.

Airbus 50 years on: How the A300 led an aviation revolution
Features

This story from the July edition of Australian Aviation by John Walton looks at the 50-year history of Airbus, starting with the development of the A300.

Le Bourget Day 4 Wrap – Final tallies from the 2019 Paris Air Show
Headlines

John Walton sums up all the orders and announcements at the 2019 Paris Air Show at the end of the trade days at Le Bourget.

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