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Latest Issue: Boeing - The Next-Generation -

Produced by the team behind Airliner World, Boeing – The Next Generation is a comprehensive overview of the US aerospace giant. The 100-page publication offers unrivalled behind-the-scenes access to Boeing Commercial Airplanes, including detailed profiles of its latest aircraft, how they are built and tested, and the engines that power them along with an overview of the manufacturer’s plans for the future

With articles covering all current production Boeing airliner models including 737NG, 747-8, 767, 777 and the latest to join the stable, the new 787 Dreamliner, all illustrated with the highest quality imagery, Boeing – The Next-Generation is a must-read for industry workers and commercial aviation enthusiasts alike.

Features include:

Boeing’s View
We hear from Raymond Conner, Vice Chairman The Boeing Company, President and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, about the company’s current and future strategies.

Testing the Heavies
The maiden flight of any new aircraft is a major achievement for a company, but that is only the beginning. We examine the role of the test crews who are involved in the subsequent certification programme.

The Best Selling Baby Boeing
The manufacturer took a huge gamble with the 737, launching it against a small order from a non-American airline. Fifty years later, that gamble continues to pay off.

Modernising a Legend
The 747 changed air travel forever. It revolutionised airline operations and opened up the possibility of non-stop intercontinental flight for millions of people. We find out how Boeing has updated the design for the 21st century.

The Triple Seven
We chart the history of the world-beating 777, which is spearheading the global shift from thirsty four-engined jets to more economical twins.

Dream Revolution
We review the highs and lows of one the world’s most technologically-advanced airliners to have entered service – the 787 Dreamliner.

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