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
On-Demand VTOL Aircraft Developers Target Automotive Customer Base 
Rapid advances in electric propulsion—driven by the automotive industry—are fueling visions of aircraft taking over from cars for the daily commute and short-haul trips.
Solar Impulse Co-founder Launches Electric Propulsion Venture 
Andre Borschberg, co-founder of Solar Impulse, has launched a new venture to develop certified electric propulsion systems for air transport.
Survey: Most Would Use Flying Cars 
An online survey by University of Michigan researchers suggests most people in the U.S. would use them if they become operational.
U.S. Survey: Most Would Use Flying Cars 
An online survey by University of Michigan researchers suggests most people in the U.S. would use them if they become operational.
Majority Of Survey Respondents Like Flying Cars 
An online survey by University of Michigan researchers suggests most people in the U.S. would use them if they become operational.
Second Production-Standard Scorpion Flies; Third Planned 
Textron Aviation plans to fly a third production-conforming Scorpion light attack/reconnaissance aircraft ahead of the U.S. Air Force’s planned flight experiments to assess potential off-the-shelf candidates for the proposed OA-X requirement.
DHS To Operate UAV Demo Range In Mississippi 
Mississippi State University has been selected to operate a small UAV demonstration range for the U.S. Homeland Security Department’s Science and Technology Directorate.
Phased Build-out Planned For Europe’s U-Space Services For UAVs 
A phased rollout of services to enable safe, efficient and secure access to European airspace for large numbers of UAVs is articulated in a blueprint drafted by the Sesar joint undertaking.
NASA’s Quiet Supersonic Tests Focus On Inlet Performance 
Following evaluation of Lockheed Martin’s Quiet Supersonic Transport, wind-tunnel tests shift to testing the X-plane’s shockwave-shielding top-mounted inlet.
Textron’s First Quarter Hit By Weaker King Air Sales 
Weak economies and a strong U.S. dollar hit global sales of Beechcraft King Air turboprops in the first quarter, resulting in lower revenues at Textron Aviation.
UAV Delivery Demo Joined By Singapore’s Postal Service 
Singapore’s postal service SingPost has joined the Airbus Helicopters-led Skyways UAV package delivery project.
Singapore Post Joins Airbus’ Skyways Delivery Demo 
SingPost will be the logistics partner for the urban last-mile delivery experiment.
Cormorant-Based Flying Car Eyed By Israeli Company 
Israel’s Urban Aeronautics is talking to potential partners and investors about developing a four-seat “flying car.”
Electric Propulsion Proponents Found New Company
Solar Impulse co-founder and pilot Andre Borschberg has launched a new venture to develop certified electric propulsion systems for air transport.
Electric Propulsion Venture Launched By Solar Impulse Co-founder 
Andre Borschberg, co-founder of Solar Impulse, has launched a new venture to develop certified electric propulsion systems for air transport.
Comments
The Week in Technology, April 10-14, 2017
April 12, 2017

Al Bowers is largely responsible for rediscovering this "forgotten" aspect of Prandtl's work, which was applied by the Horten brothers.

Lockheed’s Skunk Works Demos Autonomy For Unmanned Loyal Wingman
April 12, 2017

Your critique is timely, as I am working on the AWST version of the story. Must do better

Montreal Aerospace Cluster’s Drive To Industry 4.0
April 4, 2017

The relevant statistics are in the story: sales, employment, number of companies. The Wichita Business Journal in February reported Kansas aerospace sales fell in 2016 to $2....

Airbus Intensifies Work On Urban VTOL Air Transport
March 15, 2017

Blame the digital age. The Pop.Up article was an online story. This one is a print column, brought to you digitally first. And brace yourself, because I have more detail to...

It’s From Airbus, It Flies, But It’s Not a Plane
March 8, 2017

It disappoints me when ideas are dismissed and not critiqued. So I will start:

Ehang - I doubt the vehicle can be certified to carry people over people as designed. But...

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