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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: 

  • The emotional journey of William Shatner to suborbital space, on the heels of a Russian film crew aboard the International Space Station sets a potentially sustainable course for the commercialization of space
  • Check 6 podcast: The down-low on Aviation Week Network’s DefenseChain conference
  • Despite unprecedented fiscal pressures, Boeing says continuing ecoDemonstrator support is investing in the future as sustainability takes center stage 
  • After years of flying, one potential UH-60 Black Hawk replacement will stay in the air as the other is broken down to inspect wear and tear 
  • Lockheed Martin’s difficult shift from platforms to the networks that connect them
  • NASA’s Lucy probe heads for a close look at asteroids trapped In Jupiter’s orbit

Latest Aerospace Content by Aviation Week & Space Technology

Oct 20, 2021
Actor returns from spaceflight deeply touched by experience.
Oct 20, 2021
Despite pandemic-related supply chain disruption, the redesigned Eviation Alice is in final assembly ahead of first flight by year-end.
Oct 20, 2021
MagniX sees FAA special conditions approval for electric engines for retrofit and new-build as gateway to rapid market growth.
Oct 20, 2021
The Australian location will provide good coverage of launch corridors from East Asia, and improve space coverage in the Southern Hemisphere.
Oct 19, 2021
Diamond e-trainer; Cyclorotor lifts off; VoloDrone in a truck; Fuel-cell test site; and Airflow power options.

Latest Defense & Space Content By Aviation Week & Space Technology

Oct 19, 2021
Congressional behavior, midterm elections, new technologies and rising startup companies are likely to drive change in the 2020s.
Oct 18, 2021
A decade-long investment by Nammo in solid-fuel ramjets has proven the feasibility of the technology for artillery applications.
Oct 18, 2021
U.S. Air Force experiments with satellite to augment GPS.
Oct 15, 2021
For more than a year, investors and observers of the leading A&D company have been perplexed.
Oct 15, 2021
UK and Italy may take a different Eurofighter development path than Germany and Spain, as the four nations pursue next-gen fighter plans.

Latest Commercial Aviation Content by Aviation Week & Space Technology

Oct 14, 2021
Enhancement is part of a multiyear effort to improve airspace usage, reduce emissions.
Oct 13, 2021
Support from Latin American countries is crucial for airlines in the region to meet sustainability targets.
Oct 12, 2021
Executives close to the program discuss the A380’s rise and fall.
Oct 12, 2021
All Boeing-757 airline will leverage sister regional carrier to help establish Alaska network.
Oct 11, 2021
In a double move that Boeing Business Jets says underpins renewed product confidence and market growth, the company has announced the service debut of the first 737 MAX-based BBJ 737-8 as well as the first new order for the corporate variant since the return of the MAX to commercial service in 2020.

Latest MRO Content By Aviation Week & Space Technology's Inside MRO

Oct 08, 2021
Digitalization trends are driving new ways of working in MRO shops.
Oct 08, 2021
Pratt & Whitney expects a multiyear recovery from a growing engine availability crisis that has grounded dozens of F-35As.
Oct 07, 2021
Repair specialists focus on nickel-cadmium batteries as new, less maintenance-intensive innovations emerge.
Oct 07, 2021
What can Kabul teach the military about evacuation missions?
Oct 06, 2021
LOT Polish Airlines COO Maciej Wilk candidly talks about changes to the airline’s fleet and sustainability initiatives.