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fDi’s Aerospace Cities of the Future 2018/19 – the winners

Singapore retains its leading position as fDi’s top city for aerospace investment.

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fDi’s Aerospace Cities of the Future 2018/19 – FDI Strategy

Brazil's São José dos Campos, Canada's Mississauga and Cincinnati in the US take the top three places for FDI Strategy in fDi’s Aerospace Cities of the Future 2018/19 ranking. Cathy Mullan reports.

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Pilot demand gives aviation industry wings

Forecasts by aviation giant Boeing that the industry will need 637,000 new pilots by 2036 mean that companies offering training or providing training equipment will have their work cut out. Jacopo Dettoni looks at how they intend to meet this demand. 

Poland plans airport to rival regional leaders

Poland is planning to replace Warsaw Chopin airport with a mega-airport to rival Munich's or Moscow's and accommodate 45 million passengers a year. Zosia Wąsik reports.

Defence and aerospace revenues up as global spending increases

The aerospace and defence sectors are benefiting from increased global military spending

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Innovation keeps aerospace aloft

The fast-evolving, highly sought-after FDI sector of aerospace is driving innovation and creating lucrative jobs from the US to Asia and Europe, with no signs of coming down to Earth. Karen E Thuermer reports

View from Europe: UK aerospace needs clarity on Brexit

The UK aerospace industry is worth £31bn and employs more than 100,000 people, but relies on collaboration with Europe. This could be jeopardised if uncertainty over Brexit is allowed to persist, says Douglas Clark.

View from the Middle East and Africa: how will Gulf airlines soar again?

A plethora of global problems has combined with oversupply to hit airlines in the Gulf region. What can they do to redeem their reputations? Mazdak Rafaty reports.

US airport infrastructure costs skyrocket

US airports will need $99.9bn in between 2017 and 2021, leading to calls for local user fees to be be revised. Karen E Thuermer reports.

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Paramount Group’s tailored solutions drive African defence industry

Stability is fundamental to any country aiming to attract investment, according to Ivor Ichikowitz, CEO of South Africa’s Paramount Group, which offers everything from systems technology to fighter pilot training. He tells Natasha Turak how aerospace and defence act as hi-tech incubators and drive the continent’s industrial development.

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