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
A NICE Cabin For Phenom 300E
Embraer’s enhanced Phenom 300E boasts a very nice cabin – and behind it is a NICE HD cabin management and in-flight entertainment system from Lufthansa Technik’s Original Equipment Innovation product division.
Deer Jet Moves ‘Dream Jet’ To Dubai’s UAS 1
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.
Techno For Top-of-Line Finishes
Florida-based Techno Aerospace has acquired Dallas-based Jormac Aerospace, and with it has “taken its commitment to support the creativity of the designers to a completely new level,” augmenting an existing variety of finishes “for all of the surface materials commonly used in the industry.”
Boom Time For Boeing Business Jets
With world economies showing growth in all regions, business is booming for Boeing Business Jets.
Jet Aviation Prepares For Its Next 50 Years
Jet Aviation marked its 50th anniversary with a gala event here last night. “We will celebrate the past while focusing on the future,” said Group CEO Rob Smith.
Jet Aviation Grows Managed Fleet
Jet Aviation recently added 13 aircraft to its global charter fleet in addition to signing a number of new aircraft management agreements. The company also plans to open a charter operation in Malta later this year.
Milano Prime Airports Grow Italian Style
“Bleasure” flights are boosting traffic at Milan’s two airports as visitors increasingly combine pleasure trips with business in the area.
Boom Time For Boeing Business Jets 
With world economies showing growth in all regions, business is booming for Boeing Business Jets.
Nexcelle Putting The ‘Pro’ In ‘Propulsion’ 
To Nexcelle President Ken Onderko, the integrated power system is not only a thing of beauty but also a marvel in engineering.
Aviation Partners Sets World Record—Without Winglets 
Famous for its advanced-technology winglets, Aviation Partners Inc. helped drive Steve Hinton Jr. and his highly modified P-51 Mustang to a new world record without them.
GE’s ‘Printed Turboprop’ Seen As Catalyst 
The world’s most “printed engine” is on track to run for the first time at the end of this year in Prague.
Japan Encourages Business Aviation 
Japan has set ambitious targets to double foreign visitors to 40 million a year by the 2020 Olympics, and business aviation will play a role.
MedAire’s Founder Wins NBAA Meritorious Service Award 
MedAire founder Joan Sullivan Garrett has won the NBAA 2017 Meritorious Service Award for turning into a reality her vision to help people needing remote medical care.
Nexcelle: Puts The ‘Pro’ In ‘Propulsion’
For those of you who think a nacelle is just a cover for an engine, you haven’t met Kenneth Onderko. Now you can: He’s here at the show.
Innov8 Brings Affordable Cabins To Older Jets 1
Older aircraft with obsolete cabin and entertainment systems will likely be condemned to the scrapheap when prospective buyers see how much it costs to upgrade them to today’s standards.
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