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
Airbus, Bombardier Forge Industry-Shaking C Series Agreement  219
Airbus’s agreement to acquire a majority stake in the C Series airliner without paying anything is both the deal of the century for the European giant and a lifeline for Bombardier.
U.S. Army Takes Next Steps In Unmanned Medevac Research 
The U.S. Army plans to instrument a tandem-rotor Dragonfly Pictures DP-14 to assess whether a UAV can be built to support human life while airborne.
U.S. Funds Regional Biofuel Supply-Chain Projects 
Florida is to establish a biofuel supply chain based around brassica carinata, a non-edible plant that has already been used to produce 100% bio-derived jet fuel.
U.S. Funds Regional Biofuel Projects 
Florida is to establish a biofuel supply chain based around brassica carinata, a non-edible plant that has already been used to produce 100% bio-derived jet fuel.
Canada Confirms Drone Collided With SkyJet Flight 
Transport Canada has confirmed that a SkyJet Beechcraft King Air A100 collided with a drone on Oct. 12 while on approach to Quebec City’s Jean Lesage International Airport.
Canada Confirms SkyJet Flight Collided With Drone 
Transport Canada has confirmed that a SkyJet Beechcraft King Air A100 collided with a drone on Oct. 12 while on approach to Quebec City’s Jean Lesage International Airport.
Canada Confirms SkyJet Flight, Drone Collided 
Transport Canada has confirmed that a SkyJet Beechcraft King Air A100 collided with a drone on Oct. 12 while on approach to Quebec City’s Jean Lesage International Airport.
Flexrotor VTOL UAV Stays Aloft For 32 Hr. 
Aerovel’s Flexrotor long-endurance vertical-takeoff-and-landing unmanned aircraft has completed a 32-hr., 8-min. flight, landing with more than 3 hr. worth of fuel remaining.
U.S. Funds Regional Biofuel Supply-Chain Projects 
Florida is to establish a biofuel supply chain based around brassica carinata, a non-edible plant that has already been used to produce 100% bio-derived jet fuel.
Regional Biofuel Supply-Chain Projects Funded By U.S. 
Florida is to establish a biofuel supply chain based around brassica carinata, a non-edible plant that has already been used to produce 100% bio-derived jet fuel.
The Week In Technology, Oct. 16-20, 2017 
Scaled flies Model 401; Yamaha goes multicopter; Flirtey flies defibrillators; Spike tests supersonic design; DARPA taps Aerojet for TBCC; Dubai’s firefighting UAV.
Aurora CEO: Boeing Will Help Turn Innovations Into Products  5
In being acquired by Boeing, Aurora Flight Sciences sees a path to turn its research into products, which had eluded the innovative but small company.
GM Eyes Aerospace Applications For Modular Fuel Cells  5
GM unveils an autonomous, fuel-cell-powered vehicle platform as it works with aerospace industry to evaluate technology for quiet, clean power generation.
Scaled Flies Model 401 Low-Cost Manufacturing Demo 
Northrop Grumman subsidiary Scaled Composites has flown its latest experimental aircraft, the Model 401, built for an unspecified “proprietary customer” to demonstrate low-cost manufacturing techniques.
Canada Formally Approaches Australia To Buy Used F-18s  1
Canada confirms it has formally expressed interest in buying F-18A/B Hornets to be retired by Australia.
Comments
Aerojet Rocketdyne To Demo Combined-Cycle Hypersonic Engine
October 10, 2017

The J58 was not a conventional turbojet. It used a special fuel and essentially operated as a ramjet at high speed. Read up on it.

Boeing-Backed Zunum’s First Aircraft To Be 12-seat Commuter
October 6, 2017

Is the energy consumed extracting and transporting oil and converting it to fuel accounted for in vehicle mpg?

Lockheed Martin Reaffirms Support For Sikorsky’s Raider
September 14, 2017

Sikorsky says it does not know yet what will happen to the first aircraft. It is damaged and would have to be repaired and this is an industry-funded program

Perlan Glider Completes First Test Season
September 1, 2017

10,000ft, I think.

The Week In Technology, Aug. 21-25, 2017
August 23, 2017

All modern transonic civil aircraft are designed with area ruling in mind, but usually by shaping the wing-body fairing and the tail behind the aft pressure bulkhead. I am not...

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