Guy Norris

Guy Norris
Senior Editor,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Guy is a Senior Editor for Aviation Week, based in Los Angeles. Before joining Aviation Week in 2007, Guy was with Flight International, first as technical editor based in the U.K. and most recently as U.S. West Coast editor. Before joining Flight, he was London correspondent for Interavia, part of Jane's Information Group. 
 
In 2013 the Jesse H. Neal award for Best Technical Content was awarded to Guy Norris and Graham Warwick for their Advanced Propulsion feature.
 
Guy is also a multiple winner of the Royal Aeronautical Society Aerospace Journalist of the Year Award in the Air Transport, Propulsion and Systems/Technology categories, and in 2006 he received the Royal Aeronautical Society Decade of Excellence Award for sustained achievement in aerospace journalism. 
 
Amongst other works Guy has authored the aerospace section of a science encyclopedia and co-authored, and produced an educational aviation CD-ROM. Guy has authored more than a dozen books on the air transport industry and been honored with several journalism awards including the several books on the histories of Airbus, Boeing and other airframe manufacturers.

 

Articles
777X Moves Into Detailed Design 
Boeing testing a deployable wingtip feature, the first of its kind to enter service on any commercial airliner, that will increase overall span for flight and retract for ground operations.
Boeing Hits 777X Firm Configuration Design Milestone  10
Boeing is starting the detailed design of its future long-haul twinjet 777X-family aircraft after completing the firm configuration.
Subscale Model Flight Testing Expands Role At NASA 
Working on a shoestring budget, NASA Armstrong’s “model lab” is testing potentially game-changing aerodynamic innovations as well as designs that could one day be the first aircraft to fly over Mars
Skunk Works Reveals U-2 Replacement Plan  1
Lockheed’s plan builds on the foundation of the constantly upgraded U-2 platform to fill perceived gap in Air Force ISR capability.
Lockheed Martin's Dragon Lady At 60 6

Sixty years after Lockheed Martin Skunk Works began the modern era of high altitude spy planes with the creation of the U-2, we take a look back at the some of the key events in the Dragon Lady's history.

Lockheed Explores Stealthy U-2 Replacement 
All-new stealthy spy plane will combine the best features of the iconic U-2 with those of the unmanned Northrop Grumman RQ-4B Global Hawk.
Skunk Works Studies Stealthy U-2 Replacement  24
All-new stealthy spy plane will combine the best features of the iconic U-2 with those of the unmanned Northrop Grumman RQ-4B Global Hawk.
GE-powered 787s Getting Relief From Icing Limitations  5
Software update, expected by late August, could mean full icing flight envelope clearance for the fleet, if the FAA approves.
New Road Map For DLR’s Suborbital SpaceLiner  22
Why German hypersonic researchers believe tapping into a tiny fraction of the global long-haul air passenger market could be a boost to low-cost access to space.
Milestones Laid Out For Germany's Suborbital SpaceLiner 
A decade after DLR first unveiled the suborbital SpaceLiner concept, the German aerospace research agency is mapping out an ambitious development road map to help define mission goals and stimulate potential industry and government funding for a flying prototype.
Boeing 737 MAX fuselage
Boeing Readies For Final Assembly Of First 737 MAX 
The company is expected to begin final assembly of the new aircraft by the start of September.
Mishap Grounds KC-46 As Team Preps For Flutter Tests  6
KC-46 fuel system set to undergo a round of inspections following embarrassing test mix-up at Boeing.
Mishap Grounds KC-46 As Team Preps for Flutter Tests 
Boeing is facing another delay for first flight of its first fully outfitted KC-46 tanker due to a testing foul.
Mitsubishi Opens Up U.S. Sites In Advance Of MRJ Flight Tests 
Around 50 employees are already working at the Seattle Engineering Center in the south of the city, which will be operated by AeroTEC, a Seattle-based aerospace engineering consultancy which provides flight-testing, data analysis and FAA-certification support.
Mitsubishi Opens Up U.S. Sites In Advance Of MRJ Flight Tests 
Around 50 employees are already working at the Seattle Engineering Center in the south of the city, which will be operated by AeroTEC, a Seattle-based aerospace engineering consultancy which provides flight-testing, data analysis and FAA-certification support.
 

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