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Editors' Picks: Must See Content This Week As Chosen By Our Editors

Designed exclusively for subscribers of Aviation Week & Space Technology, you can take a look at some of the best articles and columns in upcoming print editions, along with digital-only features such as podcasts, webinars and galleries. 

Some highlights from this week's edition include: 

  • U.S. Regional Aircraft Utilization Declines During Pandemic Recovery
  • Airbus Pursues Rate Increases As Supplier Concerns Persist
  • Lunar Rover Hopefuls Explore New Approaches
  • Vega C Will Kick Off Revamp Of Europe’s Space Launch Services
  • Demonstrators Smoothing Path Toward UK ISR Constellation
  • Opinion: The End Of Air Assault?
  • Opinion: Developing A Shared Investment Supply Chain Strategy
  • Podcast: The Future Of Air Assault

Latest Aerospace Content by Aviation Week & Space Technology

May 20, 2022
Can Magic Carpet render undergraduate carrier landings unnecessary for future Navy pilots
May 20, 2022
Supersonic Jets: From Throwback to Comeback explores how supersonic jets have evolved and where the industry is going towards making supersonic flights a common sight (and sound) in the years to come.  
May 19, 2022
From Airbus to begin H160M prototype assembly this fall to Boeing Starliner heads to ISS. Take a look at these and more in our daily roundup of…
May 19, 2022
Boeing rolls out the EMD T-7A version but also announces new charges and delays on the program.
May 19, 2022
The satellite company is weeks from restoring service to all users but is wary about sharing too many details of the Feb. 24 attack.

Latest Defense & Space Content By Aviation Week & Space Technology

May 23, 2022
NEXT experiments could create path for military service follow-on constellations.
May 20, 2022
Can Magic Carpet render undergraduate carrier landings unnecessary for future Navy pilots
May 19, 2022
Supply chain disruptions are flaring, but Spirit AeroSystems remains confident. One quiet project helps explain why.
May 19, 2022
Boeing rolls out the EMD T-7A version but also announces new charges and delays on the program.
May 19, 2022
The satellite company is weeks from restoring service to all users but is wary about sharing too many details of the Feb. 24 attack.

Latest Commercial Aviation Content by Aviation Week & Space Technology

May 23, 2022
Japanese government considers removing more restrictions, which will help international travel recovery.
May 20, 2022
Turkish Airlines to take A350-900s meant for Aeroflot, Singapore Airlines prepares fleet for 777-9 delay, reduces losses and more. Take a look at the…
May 19, 2022
The recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic has begun in earnest. Overall, commercial utilization in April 2022 is significantly higher when compared to a year ago. But with new risks like Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, numbers are still lower compared to April 2019. Take a look at some of the challenges hindering recovery in North America, Europe and China.
May 19, 2022
Surf Air to go public, acquire Southern, electrify regional service, Europe eyes subscale testing for novel aircraft and more. Take a look at the…
May 18, 2022
Figures published recently reveal that four top airlines in the U.S. reported net losses in the first quarter of 2022. American Airlines, Delta,…