Joe Anselmo

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

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

 

Anselmo has 27 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. 

 

Under his leadership, Aviation Week has won numerous accolades for its in-depth reporting and deep dives into aerospace technology, including six Jesse H. Neal Journalism Awards and numerous Aerospace Media Awards.

 

In 2015, Anselmo helped spearhead a digital initiative that provides subscribers with fresh content every day via mobile phones, tablets or desktop computers. To mark Aviation Week's 100th anniversary in 2016, the publication's entire archive -- more than 440,000 pages of covers, articles and advertisements -- was digitzed into a searchable online archive.

 

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
Rockwell Collins’s Big Bet On Smart Airplanes  2
CEO says acquisition of B/E Aerospace will make Rockwell Collins a leader in smart airplanes and says company already is benefiting from a rebound in defense.
Podcast: Lifting the Veil on Boeing’s New Midsize Airplane 5
As Boeing dribbled out concept details, the Paris Air Show was rife with speculation about plans for the company’s New Mid-size Airplane. We discuss the NMA’s market potential, design details and what airlines are saying they want.
Podcast: What's Hot (Literally) at the Paris Air Show
From the F-35’s first Paris aerial display, the emergence of Asian players, the potential end of the A380 program . . . and a few tidbits on Boeing’s new midsize airplane, listen in to a lively debate as our team on the ground discuss the main events at the Paris Air Show. 
Will MRO + Boeing = $50 Billion? 3
Boeing plans to use the Paris Air Show to set the stage for its July 1 launch of new Global Services division that aims to capture a much larger share of the services work on Boeing and other aircraft.
Will MRO + Boeing = $50 Billion? 
Boeing plans to use the Paris Air Show to set the stage of its July 1 stand-up of new Global Services division.
How CEO Plans To Grow L3 Again 
Positioning for market rebound, L3’s Strianese aims for 8-10% organic growth and predicts big growth in undersea systems.
A Super Supplier Bets On Big Data, Electric Aircraft  6
UTC Aerospace Systems President David Gitlin talked to Aviation Week editors about his plans for a future of more electric and much more intelligent aircraft.
Boeing CEO’s $50 Billion Target  34
Dennis Muilenburg on the New Midsize Airplane, 777X, Bombardier, Trump, Iran, China, Blue Origin and his “audacious” aftermarket plan.
Podcast: Trump and Shuster vs. Washington Gridlock on ATC Privatization 8
From Washington, Aviation Week editors discuss proposals for privatizing the U.S. air traffic control system and handicap the odds of President Donald Trump’s new proposal winning passage on Capitol Hill .
Pratt & Whitney Chief: Russian-Chinese Airliner Could Be Formidable  90
A new widebody aircraft being jointly developed by Russia's UAC and China’s Comac could be a strong competitor when it hits the market in the 2020s.
90 Years Ago In Aviation Week: Charles Lindbergh's Flight  9
In January, 1927, Capt. Charles Lindbergh sent a telegram to this magazine asking about the terms of the Raymond Orteig prize. The prize, proffered in 1919, offered $25,000 for the first nonstop aircraft flight between New York and Paris.
Podcast: Are Backlogs Safe From Middle East Airline Woes? 10
Aviation Week editors weigh in on Emirates cutbacks and the Trump administration’s electronics ban.
Meet The World’s Most Advanced Telecom Satellite  14
How technical advances are enabling space-based challengers to take on terrestrial internet services.
Meet ViaSat-2, The World’s Most Advanced Telecom Satellite 
How technical advances are enabling space-based challengers to take on terrestrial internet services.
Podcast: Will The Airbus A380 Ever Make A Profit? 34
Is adding more seats really going to revive flagging sales for the world’s largest passenger aircraft? Or is the A380 already too large? Listen in as our editors discuss.
Comments
Veteran Aviation Daily Reporter Baumgarner Dies
January 18, 2017

I was a space reporter at Aerospace Daily from 1993-95, and remember Jim well, as we shared the second-floor newsroom at 1200 G Street in Washington with Aviation Daily. He...

Opinion: The Uncomfortable Truth About Aviation Emissions
August 10, 2016

This rebuttal to Mr. Gelain's column was sent to Aviation Week by Michael Gill, executive director of the Air Transport Action Group in Geneva, Switzerland. All views...

Lockheed CEO On F-35, Sikorsky, Innovation And Trump
July 26, 2016

Sorry for the delay in responding to your question, I was out last week. We posed the question about Mr. Trump because of his comments about Muslims (banning them from...

Introducing Aviation Week’s Digital Archive
December 28, 2015

Thanks for commenting. Ah, those text-only CD-Roms are like 8-track music tapes compared to what you're going to see in our archives!

Mussolini’s Love Letters With Aviation Week
December 9, 2015

I don't see how you could interpret this post as "admiring." The point of it was that Aviation's editor was clearly misguided in his assessment of a man that turned out to be...

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