Aviation Week & Space Technology June 16, 2014

Volume 176 Number 20

This week, Aviation Week publishes two editions. On the cover far left, an Allegiant Air Boeing 757 lands at Las Vegas. Allegiant’s financially successful ultra-low-cost business model has been based on flying older MD-80s, but in recent years it has added newer types, such as the 757 (see page 42). Photo by Eddie Maloney/AirlinersGallery.com. Elsewhere in both editions are reports on upset recovery training (page 51), Google’s space investments (page 34) and UAS in civil airspace (page 26).

 

 

In Orbit

Commander's Intent

Safety

Defense

Inside Business Aviation

Intelligence

Air Transport

Who's Where

Up Front

Who's Where: Honors and Elections

Airline Intel

Propulsion

Aerospace Calendar

Face to Face

Feedback

Viewpoint

Airspace Management

Business

Washington Outlook

The World

Subscribe Today
  • Publications
    • Aviation Week & Space Technology
    • Business & Commercial Aviation
  •  
  • Business Intelligence Services
    • Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN)
    • Aviation Daily
    • Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
    • The Weekly of Business Aviation
  •  
  • Data Products
    • MRO Prospector
    • Fleet and MRO Forecasts
    • Fleet Discovery
 
Special Topics

 

Latest Blogs
Nov 25, 2014
blog

Auto ACAS F-16 Training Day

Preparations for my Auto ACAS flight began the previous day with training and equipment fitting at Edwards AFB....More
Nov 25, 2014
blog

Lunch With Louis?

The sudden departure of UTC Chief Louis Chenevert surprised a lot of people. He may have been one of them....More
Nov 25, 2014
blog

NavWeek: Jammed Up

As the U.S. Navy’s vaunted Aegis combat system continues to shine during missile tests – especially for ballistic missile defense (BMD) – the system itself has become a target. For some, the best way to earn sea credit these days is to tarnish the gold-plated standard of shipboard electronic defense....More
Nov 25, 2014
blog

Simulation Key Enabler For Auto ACAS Flight Testing

Simulation Key Enabler for Auto ACAS Flight Testing Designed to save aircraft from collision with just seconds to spare, Auto ACAS is meant to operate in a highly dynamic environment in which time and space become quickly compressed. Long before such a system could be flight tested with real aircraft, it had to be developed, evaluated and proved on the ground in some of the most sophisticated high fidelity flight simulators yet designed....More
Nov 24, 2014
blog

Sec Def Hagel to Resign

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to step down after successor is confirmed....More

More blogs

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×