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Feb 5, 2016
Commentary
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Podcast: Pregame Analysis of the Fiscal 2017 Defense Budget 2

Days before the Pentagon details its request for spending $582.7 billion, Bill Sweetman provides his thoughts on how an “arsenal plane” might work. And Michael Fabey explains why the Littoral Combat Ship might not experience the budget cuts others have predicted....More
Feb 5, 2016
Commentary
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Podcast: U.S. Budget – The Postgame Analysis

X-planes, UAVs and a Cold War footing, this year’s budget request has it all. And Aviation Week’s Graham Warwick and Aviation Week Intelligence Network’s Dan Katz analyze President Barack Obama’s last chance to make change....More
Feb 2, 2016
video
AviationWeek.com

Air-To-Air Footage: Boeing 737 MAX First Flight 19

The 737 MAX, dubbed 1A001, took off from Boeing's Renton runway on January 29 at 9.46 am and climbed to the north over Lake Washington before transiting to the west to conduct initial handling tests over the Olympic peninsula. It returned to Boeing Field, Seattle, where it landed at 12.32 pm in crosswinds of around 14 kts, representing challenging conditions for a first touchdown....More
Feb 2, 2016
Commentary
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Podcast: Has the A380 Turned The Corner? 2

Aviation Week editors discuss Iran’s A380 orders, the first flight of the 737 MAX, the A320neo’s quiet service entry and whether Airbus and Boeing are disconnected from economic reality....More
Feb 1, 2016
Interview
Business & Commercial Aviation

Fast Five: Richard Hanson of Academy of Model Aeronautics Discusses Model Aircraft and FAA Regulations of UAS

Richard Hanson, Government & Regulatory Affairs Representative for the Academy of Model Aeronautics, discusses his concerns that the FAA includes model aircraft in their recent move to regulate small drones....More
Jan 29, 2016
Commentary
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Podcast: Defending Planet Earth 4

Our space experts discuss why tracking and diverting killer asteroids is finally being taken seriously....More
Jan 21, 2016
Commentary
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Podcast: Reusability In Space 1

From NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services-2 award to the Dream Chaser spaceplane, to Space-X’s recent near miss landing in Vandenberg, California, the field of reusable space systems is expanding. Join our editors as they discuss developments and competition in the burgeoning commercial and defense space launch markets....More
Jan 18, 2016
Commentary
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Podcast: Who Led in Orders and Deliveries in 2015?  

The final numbers for orders and deliveries are out for 2015. Who is the leader, Airbus or Boeing? And why? Join Jens Flottau, Guy Norris and Graham Warwick as they discuss, compare and look at the impact of these figures....More
Jan 15, 2016
Commentary
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Podcast: Air Safety Innovations 2

Aviation is, by and large, an incredibly safe mode of transportation. But it wasn’t always so, and there are challenges coming soon. Join Editors Jim Asker, John Croft and Bill Sweetman as they discuss the history and future of aviation safety and read the special report....More
Jan 8, 2016
Commentary
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Podcast: Next-generation Flight Tools

Virtual reality. Crowd-sourcing weather data. Co-pilots on the ground. Changes are coming to flight operations, maintenance and training. Executive Editor Jim Asker and Avionics and Safety Editor John Croft discuss the next-generation hardware and new techniques that will boost safety and save money....More
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