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
Embraer To Fly EcoDemonstrator With Boeing 
Boeing is to collaborate with Embraer to fly a testbed for environmental technologies in Brazil in 2016, as a follow-on to the U.S. manufacturer’s series of ecoDemonstrators.
Embraer To Fly EcoDemonstrator With Boeing 
Boeing is to collaborate with Embraer to fly a testbed for environmental technologies in Brazil in 2016, as a follow-on to the U.S. manufacturer’s series of ecoDemonstrators.
Northrop Tests Open-architecture Upgrade On Global Hawk 
Northrop Grumman takes the oldest Global Hawk flying and shows it can be upgraded to take new payloads using an open system architecture, paving the way to refreshing technology in production aircraft.
The Week In Technology, June 29-July 3, 2015  1
Testing combined aircraft tug/passenger bus; volcanic ash ingestion engine tests planned; X-56 continues anti-flutter research; BA reducing A320 noise; Darpa looks for non-GPS weapon seeker.
Podcast: Post-Paris Doldrums? Hardly
Our editors discuss why there may have been bigger news this week than at Le Bourget, thanks to Jim McNerney, Tom Enders, Charlie Bolden and One Web. 
NASA Takes Venture Capitalist Approach To Funding New Concepts  1
Big ideas, competitive selection, rapid demonstrations, sparse oversight—all characteristics of the first projects selected under a NASA “Shark Tank-like” initiative to bring a more entrepreneurial element to its aeronautics research.
NASA: Electric-Propulsion X-Plane Is Just First Step  31
Electric propulsion is already changing personal aviation. Could a new NASA X-plane pave the way for a revolution in on-demand transport and a rebirth for commuter airlines?
Photo Gallery: The Week In Aerospace And Defense, June 22-26 5
A roundup of this week's top stories in aerospace and defense.
Bolden Decries Cuts To NASA Aeronautics Budget 
The NASA administrator says "somebody pulled the rug out from under" the agency's aeronautics budget.
FAA To Deploy Terminal-Airspace Sequencing Tool From 2018 
The FAA is to field a NASA-developed tool for flight-sequencing and spacing at nine major U.S. airports in 2018-22 to enable better use of fuel-saving optimized-profile descents.
FAA Privatization Could Disrupt NextGen Implementation, Program Head Says 
Delays with the NextGen airspace modernization program should not be used as a reason for privatizing U.S. air traffic control, says Edward Bolton, head of the program, who is concerned the spin-off of ATC from the FAA could disrupt the progress now being made.
FAA Privatization Could Disrupt NextGen Implementation, Program Head Says 
Delays with the NextGen airspace modernization program should not be used as a reason for privatizing U.S. air traffic control, says Edward Bolton, head of the program, who is concerned the spin-off of ATC from the FAA could disrupt the progress now being made.
Airbus CEO: Aerospace Must Embrace Startup Tech, Culture 
Aerospace must embrace the technology sector or risk its business being disrupted by the fast pace of development in other industries, says Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders, speaking at the AIAA Aviation 2015 forum here June 22.
Airbus CEO: Aerospace Must Embrace Startup Tech, Culture 
Aerospace must embrace the technology sector or risk its business being disrupted by the fast pace of development in other industries, says Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders, speaking at the AIAA Aviation 2015 forum here June 22.
Honeywell Focuses On Sensor Fusion For UAV Sense-And-Avoid 
Honeywell tackles the challenge of fusing data from multiple different sensors to enable unmanned aircraft to see and avoid other air traffic.
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