Rupa Haria

Rupa
Haria
Aviation Week Network

Based in the UK, Rupa leads the Aviation Week Network's digital content strategy, content marketing 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 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 brand communications and public relations roles in the business and leisure travel industry.

Articles
Podcast: Has Etihad Hit A Wall? 9
After spending billions in investments in foreign airlines and new aircraft, Etihad’s CEO James Hogan is being replaced. With less appetite for risk and growth, what’s next for the Abu Dhabi-based airline?
Podcast: Inside Aerospace’s Biggest Science and Technology Conference
AIAA’s SciTech conference is happening this week in Grapevine, Texas. Listen in as our editors discuss the new developments, highlights and big questions facing the aerospace community.
In Pictures: First Flight of the Airbus A350-1000  12
The Airbus A350-1000 test aircraft made its first flight on Nov. 24, marking the start of a test campaign that will use three test aircraft and is expected to last less than one year.
Podcast: Holding Pattern As BizAv Awaits New Products
Listen in as our editors on site at the NBAA Convention and Exhibition discuss the latest technologies and other major developments in the business aviation industry.
NBAA National Business Aviation Association
Podcast: Is A Business Aviation Revival On The Way? 1
Ahead of NBAA next week, our editors discuss the state of the business aviation industry, the factors that could help revive it and how retrofitting used aircraft is the next big thing.
Podcast: Get Out! The Passenger Evacuation Problem 28
Our editors discuss what the industry can do to prevent bag-toting passengers from becoming a risk to themselves and those around them during an emergency evacuation.
Photos: Boeing 747-100 Assembly Line In 1969 8
The April 28, 1969, issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology carried a special photo report detailing the Boeing 747 assembly process.
Podcast: Big and Noisy Farnborough Airshow
Our editors are at the Farnborough Airshow this week. Listen in as they discuss key developments including the future of the A380 and what a middle-of-the-market airplane will look like. Also, F-35 finally made its long-awaited debut at the show and stunned our team with its hovering capabilities.
Podcast: The Impact on Aerospace & Defense Post-Brexit

The British people have spoken, and their decision has caused reverberations around the world. The U.K.'s aerospace sector is the largest in Europe and second largest in the world. What does the Brexit vote mean for the future of the sector?

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.
Comments
John Glenn's 1962 Mercury Pilot Report For Aviation Week
December 12, 2016

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Incoming: What To Watch For From The Trump Administration
November 22, 2016

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Air Transport Faces Many Open Questions After Trump Victory
November 14, 2016

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Auto-GCAS Saves Unconscious F-16 Pilot—Declassified USAF Footage
September 13, 2016

We reported on this last year: aviationweek.com/commercial-aviation/ground-collision-potential-versus-reality

NASA says “it would take considerable coordination with...

F-35 Test Marks Final Unmanned QF-4 Target Drone Flight
September 13, 2016

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