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
Embraer To Accelerate E2 Flight Tests 
Flight and certification testing of Embraer’s new-generation E190-E2 airliner is set to speed up, following the first flight of the third prototype Aug 27.
Embraer Set To Accelerate E2 Flight Tests 
Flight and certification testing of Embraer’s new-generation E190-E2 airliner is set to speed up, following the first flight of the third prototype Aug 27.
Third E190-E2 Set To Bolster Test Fleet 
Embraer test strategy paying off so far for smooth E190-E2 certification program.
Northrop Conducts First Flight Of T-X Contender 
Northrop Grumman’s contender for the U.S. Air Force’s T-X next-generation trainer competition made its first flight at Mojave, California, on Aug. 26.
T-38 Replacement Designs From Boeing, Northrop In The Spotlight  2
The board is set for the U.S. Air Force’s T-X next-generation trainer competition, with new peeks at Boeing and Northrop Grumman’s clean-sheet designs.
Northrop T-X Makes First Flight 
The aircraft is believed to have taken off at around 12:48 p.m. Pacific time Aug. 24 and remained airborne for at least two hours.
Light-Based Engine Core Ice Sensor Under Test 
A solid-state sensor designed to warn pilots of the danger of high-altitude engine-core icing is in development by a Canadian company and is attracting interest from aircraft and engine manufacturers.
LED-Based Engine Core Ice Sensor Under Test 
The science of developing reliable sensor systems to warn pilots of engine core icing at high altitudes has made some headway, but is in its relative infancy.
Rocket Lab Readies For First Electron Launch 
Space company Rocket Lab has installed the launch platform at its purpose-built operating site in the Mahia Peninsula on New Zealand’s North Island, clearing the way for the first of three planned test firings before the start of commercial services in 2017.
U.S. Army Awards Future Rotorcraft Engine Contracts 
Under the contracts GE and Advanced Turbine Engine Co. (ATEC), a 50:50 Honeywell/Pratt joint venture, will advance their designs over the next two years leading up to an engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) proposal in spring 2017.
Scale Of Boeing’s Widebody Sales Challenge Revealed  44
While Boeing has already given plenty of signs that sales of new widebody aircraft have slowed to a crawl, the full extent of the order shortfall is becoming more apparent, thanks to internal figures obtained by Aviation Week.
Northrop T-X Breaks Cover At Mojave  72
Northrop Grumman’s contender for the U.S. Air Force’s T-X next-generation trainer competition has begun taxi tests at Mojave, California.
Boeing 787 Engine-Failure Investigations Underway 
Boeing, General Electric and Rolls-Royce are investigating two different engine issues that struck Boeing 787s in the Asia-Pacific region on Aug 14.
Boeing 2016 Widebody-Aircraft Orders Below 20% Of Target 
While Boeing has already given plenty of signs this year that sales of new widebody aircraft have slowed to a crawl, the full extent of the current order shortfall is becoming apparent.
Integrated Collision Avoidance System Undergoing Phased USAF Testing  12
Auto ICAS is thought to be the world’s first fully automatic integrated combat flight safety system designed to prevent both air-to-air and air-to-ground collisions.
 

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