Joe Anselmo

Joe Anselmo
Editor-In-Chief,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Joseph C. Anselmo became Editor-in-Chief of Aviation Week & Space Technology on Jan. 1, 2013, leading a team of more than two dozen aerospace journalists in the U.S., Europe and Asia-Pacific.  

 

Anselmo has 25 years of experience as a Washington, D.C.-based editor and reporter, covering a wide array of business, political, military, space and technology issues at Aviation Week, Congressional Quarterly and the Washington Post Co.

 

Aviation Week has won numerous accolades under his leadership, including four Jesse H. Neal Journalism Awards and five of the 10 Aerospace Media Awards presented during the 2014 Farnborough Airshow.

 

During his reporting career, Anselmo won three Aerospace Journalist of the Year awards. A graduate of Ohio University, he was elected three times to the National Press Club’s Board of Governors, including one term as board chairman. 

Articles
Aviation Week Lifts Veil On Boeing B-52 Bomber (1952)

In August, 1952, Aviation Week provided the first details on the new Boeing B-52 bomber. But the access came with a price: the magazine agreed not to publish any data that was not cleared in advance by the U.S. Defense Department.

Airbus A380
Falling Oil Prices Could Pinch Demand For Aircraft 
Gulf carriers such as Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and Emirates Airline account for 75% of the Airbus A380s scheduled to be delivered between 2015-17.
Buffett Places $37 Billion Bet On Airplanes 
In agreeing to pay $37.2 billion for specialty metals and parts supplier Precision Castparts, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett signals his confidence that demand for large commercial jets will continue to outpace global economic growth.
Asian Currency Woes Could Create Problems For Airbus, Boeing 
And these currency fluctuations could impede Asian airlines’ ability to finance additional purchases of new aircraft, warns an Aug. 14 analysis by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The $37-Billion Deal: Why Warren Buffett Snapped Up Precision Castparts 
How an aerospace metals supplier drew the interest of one of the world’s savviest investors and led to a mega-deal.
Podcast: Where The Jobs Are In Aerospace
Hear what disciplines have the most demand, salaries, sign-on bonuses, and the value that work/life balance plays in the compensation package
Podcast: Where The Jobs Are In Aerospace
Hear what disciplines are most in demand, salaries, sign-on bonuses, and the value that work/life balance plays in the compensation package.
Podcast: Warren Buffett, Google And The Future Of Aerospace
Berkshire Hathaway’s bid to acquire Precision Castparts and Google’s restructuring are among the developments discussed by Aviation Week's editors.
Buffett Places $37 Billion Bet On Airplanes  22
In agreeing to pay $37.2 billion for specialty metals and parts supplier Precision Castparts, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett signals his confidence that demand for large commercial jets will continue to outpace global economic growth.
Buffett's $37 Billion Bet On Aerospace 
In agreeing to pay $37.2 billion for specialty metals and parts supplier Precision Castparts, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett signals his confidence that demand for large commercial jets will continue to outpace global economic growth.
Opinion: If Ex-Im Bank Goes Away, So May Boeing Jobs  32
Congress leaves town for summer break without reauthorizing the Ex-Im bank as a fuming Boeing threatens to shift operations overseas.
Opinion: If Ex-Im Bank Goes Away, So May Boeing Jobs 

During his 10 years as Boeing’s CEO, Jim McNerney was resolute that the company would not offshore major operations. When I asked him two months ago about the possibility of assembling Boeing airliners in China, where rival Airbus already has a plant, he was almost dismissive. “You know, my thinking really hasn’t changed,” he replied. 

Podcast: Drones Descend on Oshkosh
Aviation Week editors discuss the latest in experimental aircraft
Raytheon CEO Says Key Is Being Own Disruptor  1
In a Q&A with Aviation Week editors, Raytheon Chairman and CEO Tom Kennedy talks about new opportunities, challenges, and being his own disruptor.
The McNerney Legacy: A Bumpy Ride, But Stellar Growth  15
As outgoing CEO Jim McNerney gets ready to hand-off Boeing’s reins, can he claim his legacy as bringing back the giant’s “swagger?”
Comments
Buffett Places $37 Billion Bet On Airplanes
August 13, 2015

Thanks for pointing out the omission. Buffett did indeed invest in USAir, as it was then called in 1989, and it was one of the decisions he most publicly regretted. Berkshire...

Remembering Pierre Sparaco
August 3, 2015

Conference rooms in our Washington office are named for legendary Aviation Week editors Phil Klass and Michael Dornheim. Pierre Sparaco certainly deserves one now. Pierre was...

60 Years At The Paris Air Show
June 5, 2015

Thank you for your comments and for being a longtime reader. The answer to your question: The Paris show runs every other year. It alternates with the Farnborough show in the...

Opinion: The Boeing-Lockheed Team Is The Most Qualified
May 1, 2015

Thanks for asking. There is a counterpoint with the Northrop view on AviationWeek.com (there is a link to it in this piece). We posted both at the same time to be fair.
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Lessons From Space Shuttle Columbia (1981)
April 14, 2015

We are posting many old articles at aviationweek.com/100 as we ready to celebrate Aviation Week's 100th birthday in 2016. I promise we'll have something on the Buran. Keep...

 

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