Graham Warwick

Technology Managing Editor, Aviation Week & Space Technology

Posts by Graham Warwick

in Things With Wings Feb 13, 2014

Europe Looks for Lead in Fast Rotors

Europe's rotorcraft industry has high hopes for the planned Clean Sky 2 public-private research program. Clean Sky 2 is expected to include not one,....More
in Things With Wings Feb 04, 2014

A380 Meets Tu-95 = a Regional Widebody?

Could there be a market for a very large aircraft on relatively short routes, and what would it look like? The Technical University of Munich (TUM)....More
in Things With Wings Jan 30, 2014

Mach 4 Bizjet Not Hard Enough? Try This...

If you have heard of Richard Lugg, you probably know him as the man behind the HyperMach SonicStar supersonic business jet concept....More
in Things With Wings Jan 28, 2014

Will Boeing Embrace Braced Wings?

The cover story in the latest Aviation Week & Space Technology is an exclusive on tests of Boeing's Sugar truss-braced-wing (TBW) airliner....More
in Things With Wings Jan 26, 2014

Designer Airliners

Think today's airliners look a bit boring? A pointy nose here, a raked tip there but otherwise not that much different to a 707? Then take a look at....More
in Things With Wings Jan 23, 2014

Greening the Desert, for Biofuel

I can never quite shake a lingering worry over the unintended consequences of developing ways to turn almost anything into biofuel - I imagine ....More
in Ares Jan 01, 2014

Hybrid VTOL UAVs - Back to the Future

We have a choice of musical styles for you today - and a choice of vertical take off and landing unmanned rotorcraft that also fly in fixed-wing mode....More
in Things With Wings Jan 01, 2014

AUVSI - Precision Agriculture Will lead Civil UAS

Ratcheting up the pressure on the FAA enable integration of unmanned aircraft into US national airspace by the Congressionally directed September....More
in Ares Dec 20, 2013

Sikorsky's Rotor Blown Wing -- Look Familiar?

Unmanned Rotor Blown Wing (Concept: Sikorsky)....More
in Ares Dec 20, 2013

Urban Lets AirMule Off The Reins

Israel's Urban Aeronautics has completed short untethered, automated test flights of the AirMule vertical take-off and landing unmanned aircraft....More
From The Archives

Aviation Week is approaching its 100th anniversary in 2016. In a series of blogs, our editors highlight editorial content from the magazine's long and rich history.


Aug 27, 2015

Aviation Week Lifts Veil On Boeing B-52 Bomber (1952) 12

In 1952, Aviation Week provided the first details on the new Boeing B-52 bomber....More
Aug 14, 2015

Bonanza Travel Pays 3

The legendary Beechcraft Bonanza has an impressive production record, so perhaps the marketers back in 1949 were onto something when they coined the phrase "Bonanza travel pays."...More
Aug 14, 2015

Venerable Boeing 727 Prototype To Fly Again 28

The most famous 727, the prototype aircraft which would join United as N7001U, was delivered to the airline in October 1964 having served its time as a Boeing test aircraft....More
Aug 13, 2015

Aviation Week And The Bomb

Aviation News did not predict how nuclear weapons would change the world. But neither did anyone else....More
Aug 13, 2015

Collins Radar Takes The Ups And Downs Out Of Flying

Turbulence? Rockwell Collins had a solution for those bumpy rides in the early 80s with its WXR-700 Doppler Weather Radar....More
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