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Jan 09, 2013

CPDLC: Old School Man-Machine Interfacing

A controller-pilot datalink communications (CPDLC) training tool available on the Eurocontrol web site shows the difference in man-machine....More
Jan 03, 2013

Germany Gives All-Electric Rotorcraft a Lift

When you are developing an entirely new type of flying machine, you need a little help from the regulatory authorities responsible for deciding what....More
Jan 03, 2013

Airbus Deliveries For 2012 Estimated At 582

A look at the Aviation Week Intelligence Network's fleet database shows a preliminary estimate of 582 aircraft delivered by Airbus in 2012. This....More
Dec 28, 2012

Air Bagan Crash Turning Point For Fokker Aircraft

If you could pin-point one particular event that was the turning point that marked the beginning of the end for Fokker aircraft in Asia, it would....More
Dec 27, 2012

2012 Video Highlights – Honeywell CV580 Takeoff

At year’s end, I like to review all the interesting pictures and video that I have stored on the SD card in my Nikon D3100 camera (and failed to....More
Dec 26, 2012

New Frontier Airlines: Questions, Answers--And More Questions

An investment group that says it has $400 million in backing went public with its aspirations to acquire Denver-based Frontier and create a second....More
Dec 21, 2012

Southwest Turn Times: 1982-2012

As I wrote in this AWIN-subscriber only article, Southwest Airlines is struggling a bit with its vaunted turn times, which it has long highlighted as....More
Dec 21, 2012

Airlines To Watch In 2013

In the Dec. 17 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology, our commercial editorial team rounds up the 25 airlines that they believe will act as....More
Dec 21, 2012

ATR's Last -500 Turboprop Goes To Indonesia's Wings Air

  ATR delivered on Friday 14th December its very last -500 aircraft. It was an ATR 72-500 for Lion Air’s Wings Air, ATR’s spokesman told me in an....More
Dec 20, 2012

Lessons from Jakarta – Time for Assisted Recovery?

The combination of the best technology available and the most experienced pilots possible was not enough to overcome human frailties in the case of....More
Dec 20, 2012

Small World

This Finnair-owned Embraer 170 was a recent rare visitor to Boeing Field, Seattle. Spotted by Joe Walker, it is conducting modular avionics upgrade....More
Dec 20, 2012

CSeries Ahead Of The E-Jet...Sort Of

When Embraer's first E-Jet, the Embraer 170, took to the skies for the first time in February 2002, the program had accumulated 112 orders. With the....More
Dec 20, 2012

Historic Filton Airfield Closes - Birthplace of Concorde

One of the UK's most historic airfields closes for business this week. Bristol's Filton airport ceases to be an operational airfield from Dec. 21,....More
Dec 19, 2012

CSeries Gets its Wings

Bombardier's announcement that an "air carrier in the Americas" has signed a letter of intent for 12 CSeries includes an update on the first flight-....More
Dec 19, 2012

Driving GE Acquisitions #AvMRO

GE Aviation seems to have an appetite for joint ventures and acquisitions these days, but should this surprise anybody? Read my exclusive interview....More
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