William Garvey

Editor-In-Chief, Business & Commercial Aviation

Posts by William Garvey

in Things With Wings May 01, 2014

Photos: Dassault Falcon 5X Coming Together

5X, Dassault’s newest and largest Falcon yet, is taking on full form....More
in Things With Wings Feb 14, 2014

AOA Wind Tunnel Demonstration

The significance of angle of attack upon swept wing airfoils has been known for decades, as illustrated by a 1957 video from the National Advisory....More
in Things With Wings Feb 13, 2014

AStar Hydraulics Loss

The importance of a properly functioning hydraulic system was dramatically demonstrated in Brooklyn, New York, one day in May 2004. A television news....More
in Things With Wings Oct 23, 2013

Longer and Wider?

Size matters. The Cessna Longitude, originally expected to be a stretch of the Latitude now under development, could be getting a fuselage that's....More
in Things With Wings Oct 21, 2013

Fuel-minded fashion statement

Can Joe do it again? The man who made tall winglets de rigueur among airliners after beginning with the Boeing Business Jet, Joe Clark hopes to....More
in Things With Wings Oct 20, 2013

Honda's Growing Home

Honda Aircraft is adding to its already expansive home at Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, N.C. In addition to the....More

The Little Engine That Could ... and Did

The good folks at Pratt & Whitney Canada are getting ready for a big, year-long birthday bash to celebrate a product that saved it, sustained it....More

Showalter Show

The Family Showalter and troops have been on the front lines of the onslaught that is the NBAA Convention since 1996, but pity them not. It was Bob....More
A Century of Aviation Week

Aviation Week & Space Technology is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. In a series of blogs, our editors highlight editorial content from the magazine's long and rich history.


Aug 26, 2016

When Aviation Week Was Accused of Treason -- The Back Story Revealed 7

A 1957 revelation that the U.S. was tracking Soviet missile launches from a secret radar in Turkey has its roots in sleuthing of students from Kettering Grammar School in the UK....More
Aug 23, 2016

When Aviation Week Was Accused Of Treason 23

Aviation Week editors routinely get blowback when they write about sensitive topics, and the best example of that may be an October 1957 story that revealed the U.S. had been tracking Russian missile launches from advanced long-range radar units in Turkey....More
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