Rupa Haria

Rupa
Haria
Aviation Week Network

Based in the UK, Rupa leads the Aviation Week Network's digital content strategy and audience engagement. She also oversees Aviation Week's website, newsletters and social media channels.

Since joining in 2010, Rupa has helped usher Aviation Week into a more mobile, social and digitally interactive era. She leads a team that has been won several awards for excellence in digital and social media.

Rupa previously led multi-stakeholder communications at London City Airport where she was responsible for a number of high profile campaigns. Prior to that she worked in communications roles for global travel industry companies.

Articles
Podcast: Strong Words Beneath The Surface At The IATA AGM
At this year’s IATA annual general meeting in Dublin, the Middle East carriers once again dominated the news. While the CEOs of Delta and Emirates refused to engage in a public spat over open dkies, Qatar Airways was considerably less restrained. Aircraft tracking was also high on the agenda, but no consensus was reached on how to resolve the issue. Listen in as our editors discuss all this and the latest on Qatar Airways refusing its first A320neo.
Podcast: Gliders, Mad MAX and Stretches Dominate Airbus Media Day 1
Our editors were at this year’s Airbus media briefings in Hamburg, where Airbus executives were vocal about supply chain issues they’ve encountered with both the A320neo and A350. The narrowbody was built as what Airbus COO Tom Williams described as a “glider” due to issues with its Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines. And the A350 is playing catch up as Airbus tries to maintain its ambitious delivery plans despite troubles with cabin component suppliers. A potential stretched version of Boeing’s 737 MAX was dubbed "Mad Max" by Airbus sales chief John Leahy, who is also looking at the case for a stretched A350-1000. Listen as our editors discuss all this and more.
Podcast: Is Confidence Returning to European Business Aviation?
At this year’s European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Geneva, our editors note much optimism in the market, with a busier show floor and static display than in recent years.
We Try It Out: Legacy 450 at Saint-Tropez La Mole Airport 1
Aviation Week was invited on a 90-min. demonstration flight on the Legacy 450 operated by Air Service Liege from Brussels to La Mole.
Embraer Legacy 450 Stops at Europe’s Toughest Airport
The first and currently only midsize Embraer Legacy 450 in Europe was approved for operations at Saint-Tropez’s La Mole Airport last month, joining the Cessna Citation Latitude as the largest jet able to operate there.
Podcast: World’s Largest Engine, Pratt Ramps Up and Rolls Is Powering Up
The world of commercial aviation propulsion is in the midst of change, upheaval and dramatic new developments. Aviation Week’s senior editor Guy Norris recently visited General Electric, Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-Royce to see first-hand the production ramp ups and developments of new turbofans about to enter service. Listen in as he discusses his behind-the-scenes visit.
Readers' Choice: Best Aviation Week Covers Of All Time 7
We reveal what you deem to be the top five Aviation Week covers of all time in defense, space, commercial aviation and business aviation.
Readers’ Choice: Aviation Week’s Most Iconic, Memorable Covers 

Throughout the past 10 decades, Aviation Week has published some of the most iconic aerospace images on its covers.  Our editors reviewed the entire 100-year archive of the magazine with its more than 4,500 covers to find what they considered the most historic, prescient and dramatic images. Then we offered that selection to you, our readers, to vote on the best of the best. We received more than 15,000 responses. Here, we reveal what you deem to be the top five Aviation Week covers in defense, space, commercial aviation and business aviation.

Legacy 450 OK’d For Saint-Tropez Airport Operations 
The first and only Legacy 450 in Europe – S/N003 – was approved for operations at La Mole airport here last month.
Defense Aircraft Pilot Reports - From The Archives
Over the past few decades, Aviation Week pilots have strapped into numerous fighter jets, trainers and helicopters, and provided readers with detailed accounts of aircraft handling abilities.
Podcast: What's Hot in Singapore
On the sidelines of this week's air show, Aviation Week editors discuss whether Airbus really has the edge over Boeing it claims, and what defense hardware is in high demand in the Asia Pacific region.
Commercial Jet Airplane Pilot Reports - From The Archives 4
Over the past few decades, Aviation Week pilots have strapped into the left seat of almost every Western-built commercial jet transport. Aviation Week's digital archives went live earlier this month, allowing us to delve into in-depth pilot reports of some of the first jet and most recent airliners to be built. Take a look at our top picks.
Podcast: New Aircraft and Supersonic Orders Highlight NBAA
Textron Aviation introduces two new airplanes and Flexjet's surprise order for 20 supersonic jets from Aerion highlight a busy and upbeat show.
Podcast: Shrugging Off A Quiet Dubai For Orders
The last Dubai Airshow saw record-breaking orders for commercial airliners. Not so this year, but our onsite editors say that’s not necessarily something to worry about. They explain why in this report from the show.
Watch: Jetman Formation Flight With The World's Largest Airliner 8
Emirates Airline and Jetman Dubai pushed the boundaries over the skies of Dubai in an incredible choreographed flight.
Comments
Can Russia’s MS-21 Crack The Airbus-Boeing Duopoly?
June 21, 2016

AviationWeek.com is a business-to-business website that enables international aerospace industry professionals to connect to our content, products and each other. Our...

Boeing’s 787 BBJ Lords Over Bizjets At EBACE 2016
May 30, 2016

Hi - we included photos of the interior in this story a few days earlier: aviationweek.com/ebace-2016/vip-boeing-787-8-takes-center-stage-ebace

Readers' Choice: Best Aviation Week Covers Of All Time
May 9, 2016

Pat - the very first issue of what is now AW&ST (published on August 1, 1916 - 100 years ago) featured a three-page review of 'Modern German Aeroplanes'. Since then, the...

Behind Aviation Week’s 100th Anniversary Issue Cover
May 6, 2016

What a nice idea! I've just sent you an email, Jill.

Lawmakers Ask For Assessment Of Restarting F-22 Production
April 22, 2016

Gents: this conversation has gone way off topic. Please keep it relevant and on topic. Thank you.

 

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