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Aug 21, 2012

United's First 787 Flies

United Airlines' first 787 completed its first production flight at Boeing on August 19. The General Electric GEnx-powered -8 is to be delivered at....More
Aug 18, 2012

Police Draft UAS Guidelines

Police departments have been eager to get their hands on small unmanned aerial systems, primarily as surveillance tools. To bring some order to the....More
Aug 17, 2012

Boeing 787 Lands In Ethiopia

Ethiopian’s first Boeing 787 received the traditional water salute from the Addis Abbaba airport fire brigade shortly after it touched down here on....More
Aug 16, 2012

Strange But True Aviation News

Budget Vietnamese carrier VietJet Air has been slapped with a $960 fine by authorities for organizing an in-flight bikini show, according to the Tuoi....More
Aug 16, 2012

787 To Ethiopian and LAN

As Rupa Haria blogged, Ethiopian Airlines' first Boeing 787 landed in Washington, DC yesterday as part of its delivery flight. Today it departs on....More
Aug 15, 2012

Talented and Under 40?

Aviation Week & Space Technology will feature the aerospace & defense industry’s best and brightest young professionals under 40 years old in....More
Aug 13, 2012

Strange But True Aviation News

A man wanting to confirm his flight with Qantas was put on hold for 15 hours, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. The airline, which says it has....More
Aug 10, 2012

Money, Broken Promises & Results

Michael Denis, VP InfoTrust, astutely summarizes and analyzes the last year of debate, and dilemmas, about how to use aircraft data more efficiently....More
Aug 09, 2012

FedEx Faces FAA Fines

Earlier this week, FAA proposed a $1 million fine against Horizon Air for flying Bombardier DHC-8 turboprops with the wrong rivets. Today, FedEx....More
Aug 09, 2012

Airline Uniform Fashion

Virgin America’s new crew uniform, designed by Banana Republic, was rolled out this week. Featuring silk scarves and red trench coats, the airline....More
Aug 07, 2012

Best Training for Pilots?

Several aviation industry entities predict a growing demand for pilots over the next couple decades. Boeing forecasts a need for 460,000 new....More
Aug 03, 2012

Weekend Fun: Build Your Own A380

Now that you've made your own A320NEO, it's time to get the scissors ready for the next challenge: an Airbus A380....More
Aug 03, 2012

LUV2LIKE SWA: Zuckerbird!

To celebrate becoming the first airline to have 3 million Facebook fans, Southwest is offering discounted fares today and unveiling a new concept....More
Aug 02, 2012

TAM Goes to Rio

As athletes are breaking records in London, the next Summer Olympics host city is prepping for something unprecedented of its own. TAM Airlines, the....More
Jul 31, 2012

United's Boeing 787 Unveiled

Going all out on social media for the unveiling of its brand new Boeing 787, United broadcast the unveiling event live online, accompanied by the....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.


Jan 31, 2016

Tupolev 104: Harsh Proof Of Rapid Soviet Progress (1956) 18

Since little detail was available of the Russian design and built Tupolev 104, a profile was compiled for Aviation Week, based entirely on observations from photographs, experts such as engineers knowledgeable in typical Russian aircraft design and of its landing at London Airport....More
Jan 28, 2016

A Near View Of French Aviators (1917) 2

Some of the largest battles of the First World War were taking place in France when Aviation Week was first published....More
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