John Morris

John Morris
Editor-In-Chief,
Aviation Week ShowNews

John has led Aviation Week's ShowNews, the best-read daily news magazine of aerospace trade shows, for nearly two decades. His background in business journalism before joining Aviation Week includes stints at Reuters, the American Banker daily banking newspaper and as business news editor at the Milwaukee Journal and the Cincinnati Enquirer.
 
A lifelong aviation enthusiast, John has been a private pilot for 34 years and won an award at EAA Oshkosh for his restoration of a vintage British Auster army spotter aircraft. He is currently building a 1920s Staaken Flitzer biplane from plans. John attended his first Farnborough Air Show in 1952, when just eight months old.

Articles
Jet Aviation To Buy Hawker Pacific 
Swiss-based Jet Aviation will acquire Australia’s Hawker Pacific in a $250 million deal.
Boeing Global Services Growth on Track
Six months after officially launching Boeing Global Services, the company says it is already seeing revenues climb in line with the seemingly audacious target of generating US$50 billion annually within five to 10 years.
Honeywell Develops ‘The Connected Airplane’ 2
Honeywell Aerospace is developing ways to make flying the crowded skies more efficient and even safer, as growth of air transport in Asia-Pacific and China outpaces the rest of the world.
Seletar Airport Prepares for Turboprop Service
Singapore’s Seletar Airport business aviation hub is about to become a dual-use airport with the introduction of commercial turboprop aircraft.
Bell Helicopter to Triple Fleet in China
Bell Helicopter sees China as the brightest spot in its Asian universe. A recent burst of orders there will likely triple its in-country fleet from 120 today to nearly 400 over the next few years.
Bell’s Singapore Center at Hub of Growing Fleet
A key element to Bell Helicopter’s growing success in China and Asia Pacific is a robust customer support operation based in its Singapore maintenance and training center.
Bell Helicopter To Triple Fleet In China 
Bell Helicopter sees China as the brightest spot in its Asian universe.
Embraer’s Slattery Sees Potential In Middle East 3
Embraer Commercial Aviation CEO John Slattery sees great potential in the Middle East for regional jets, particularly the E2-family of aircraft Embraer currently is developing.
Emirates Flight Training Academy Opens 12
With the airline industry growing at an exponential rate, the need for training professional pilots is crucial. Emirates is taking a giant step to addressing the demand for pilots with its Dubai-based Emirates Flight Training Academy, which officially opens here on Monday.
Lufthansa Technik Wins Its First 787 Completion 1
German VVIP completion expert Lufthansa Technik has long sought to land the complex modification and completion of a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner for a head of state or a super wealthy individual. Now it has.
Slattery: Middle East Needs Smaller Aircraft, Greater Frequency 
Embraer Commercial Aviation CEO John Slattery sees great potential in the Middle East for regional jets, particularly the E2-family of aircraft Embraer currently is developing.
NBAA 2017: Slow On News, Big On Expectations 
The news at a subdued National Business Aviation Association 2017 show held Oct. 10-12 was more about what was not announced.
NBAA 2017: Slow On News, Big On Expectations 
The National Business Aviation Association show in Las Vegas was subdued, but behind-the-scenes activity gives reason for optimism.
Deer Jet Moves ‘Dream Jet’ To Dubai’s UAS 
The world’s only VVIP Boeing 787 Dream Jet available for charter has a new base – moving from Hong Kong to Dubai, where sales and marketing will be handled by UAS International Trip Support.
Ontic Sees Gold In The Old
There’s a secret strength behind the supply chain for older aircraft, and it’s becoming increasingly important to aging business jets.
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