DEFENSE: Global hotspots and country-by-country analyses of national priorities, budgets and programs. See pages 38-47.
MILITARY AVIATION: Rivals upgrade their combat aircraft as theJoint Strike Fighter begins to gain international traction. Special missions become a key part of transport market. See pages 58-67.
UNMANNED AIRCRAFT: Europe finally may be getting its act together on UAS, but China and civil developments are moving faster. See page 68.
AIR TRANSPORT: U.S. market consolidates, Europe's recovery lags, as Persian Gulf carriers' expansion ups international competition. See pages 98-115.
COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT: Theand are set to join the new generation of airliners in service, as work ramps up. See page 91.
AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT: Automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) is poised to become a pervasive technology. See page 116.
MRO: Steady demand is forecast for airliner maintenance, with growth seen in engines, interiors and capacity in Asia. See pages 125-141.
BUSINESS AIRCRAFT: A raft of new products enters a divided market, still strong for larger jets and weak for lighter jets. See page 119.
ROTORCRAFT: Light helicopter market revives as manufacturers field new medium machines and eye faster rotorcraft. See pages 72-74.
ENGINES: Fuel-efficient engines continue to drive commercial developments, and demand, as military seeks savings. See page 75.
SPACEFLIGHT:is poised to disrupt launch market as demand continues for high-throughput communications satellites. See pages 83-90.
TOP TECHNOLOGIES: Which commercial, defense and space technologies are set to make the headlines in 2014? See pages 78-82 and 121-124.