Graham Warwick

Graham
Warwick
Technology Managing Editor,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Graham leads Aviation Week's coverage of technology, focusing on engineering and technology across the aerospace industry, with a special focus on identifying technologies of strategic importance to aviation, aerospace and defense. 

 

Born and educated in Scotland, he graduated in aeronautical engineering and worked in advanced design at Hawker Siddeley Aviation in the U.K. before becoming an aerospace journalist. Before joining Aviation Week in April 2008, he spent almost 30 years with weekly aerospace news magazine Flight International, most recently as Americas Editor based in the U.S. 

 

Graham is a winner of the Decade of Excellence award for aviation journalism, and a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society.

 

In 2013 the Jesse H. Neal award for Best Technical Content was awarded to Graham Warwick and Guy Norris for their Advanced Propulsion feature.

Articles
Lockheed Joins Aerion To Advance Supersonic Business Jet 
After 14 years of work, Aerion is ramping up development of the AS2 supersonic business jet following the signing of an agreement with Lockheed Martin.
Aerospace Watchpoints For 2018 
To the traditional focus on commercial growth and defense procurement, add private spaceflight, aerospace startups, advanced rotorcraft and supersonic transports as areas to watch closely in 2018.
Watchpoints For 2018: 15 Things To Look Out For 
To the traditional focus on commercial growth and defense procurement, add private spaceflight, aerospace startups, advanced rotorcraft and supersonic transports as areas to watch closely in 2018.
Podcast: Aerion, Silvercrest and 2018 Technology Predictions
Aerion announces plans with Lockheed Martin for its supersonic business jet, surprising news from Dassault, and the exciting aerospace trends and changes we expect in 2018.
ONR, Aurora Demo Autonomous Resupply for Marines 
An autonomy kit designed to convert any rotorcraft to unmanned operation for resupply or other missions is set to be tested by the Marines in 2018.
As Boeing Nears NMA Launch, Airbus Considers Its Response  50
Challenge and opportunities abound for commercial aviation OEMs throughout the industry.
A Brief History of Rotorcraft Development 12
Helicopters have proved extraordinarily versatile and valuable across a wide range of missions, but even after the first brief pioneering flights their successful development involved decades of trial and error. Aviation Week takes a visual journey through that history.
Canada Launches Fighter Contest, Targets Boeing Dispute  78
Canada has formally launched its long-awaited fighter competition.
Dzyne Tests ‘Vanishing’ UAV For Darpa 
An unmanned glider that could precisely deliver supplies to clandestine forces and then decompose without leaving tell-tale traces has completed initial flights.
China Conducts Drone Collision Test 
China has conducted its first crash test to assess the potential for aircraft damage in an airborne collision with a small UAV.
The Week In Technology, Dec. 11-17, 2017 
China tests drone collision; Lindbergh goes eVTOL; Northrop’s EW UAV; Dzyne’s vanishing drone; Russian Post UAV trial
Artist's rendering of VerdeGo PAT200
Lindbergh Dives Into Electric VTOL Air Taxi Market 

Adding to the scores of similar projects already in the works, Erik Lindbergh—grandson of Charles Lindbergh and long-time advocate for electric flight—has formed a company to develop an electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) air taxi.

Artist's rendering of VerdeGo PAT200
Lindbergh Cruises Into Electric VTOL Air Taxi Market  22
Adding to the scores of similar projects already in the works, Erik Lindbergh—grandson of Charles Lindbergh and long-time advocate for electric flight—has formed a company to develop an electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) air taxi.
Artist's rendering of VerdeGo PAT200
Lindbergh Soars Into Electric VTOL Air Taxi Market 

Adding to the scores of similar projects already in the works, Erik Lindbergh—grandson of Charles Lindbergh and long-time advocate for electric flight—has formed a company to develop an electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) air taxi.

Canadian Navy Demos Training Against Multirotor Drones 
Qinetiq Target Services has completed a demonstration for the Royal Canadian Navy that involved emulating the risk posed to warships by multirotor drones.
Comments
Lindbergh Cruises Into Electric VTOL Air Taxi Market
December 7, 2017

Ready the story again. It is designed for flights of 20-40 min and can make multiple flights without refueling. Battery-powered eVTOLs will fly similar distances and need...

FAA-Funded Drone Collision Study Could Widen
December 1, 2017

Because of time, funding and difficulty reaching agreement with the engine manufacturers, the Assure team only did a limited evaluation of impact severity on a generic fan and...

FAA Study: Drones More Dangerous Than Birds
November 29, 2017

Some were arguing otherwise, so now it is “official”. There are two officially investigated dronestrikes that we know about, but birds have been around a bit longer than UAVs...

Electric X-Plane Nears Crucial Battery Test
November 1, 2017

The principal goal of the X-57 program is research into the integration of electric propulsion with the airframe aerodynamics. The first and necessary step is electrification...

Airlines Praise C Series Performance, Manage Early Issues
October 23, 2017

My colleagues tell me "Classic" applies from the 737-100 through to the -500. Air Baltic operates 737-300s and -500s, so these are the "Classics" to which the Series is being...

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