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Into the Next Digital Age

Welcome to the new AviationWeek.com. For the better part of a year, we have been working on designing and implementing a better digital experience for our readers, while making room for our fast-growing portfolio of products across publications, data, market intelligence and events.

This site, one of a series of major technology investments being made across the portfolio, is designed with a community-first approach, making locating and searching for content by industry sector and topic easier and faster. Content previously posted on five separate sites (AviationWeek.com, awin.aviationweek.com, ATWOnline.com, MRO-Network.com and SpeedNews.com) is now integrated into a single platform, with a unified login experience.

That is not to say that technology will trump substance. Editorial excellence has been at our core since the first issue of Aviation Week was published in 1916. Our award-winning teams of writers and data analysts will continue to provide leading coverage of developments across aerospace, defense and space from points around the globe. The difference is the new site will be easier to log into, faster to access, simpler to search and infused with more digital features such as interactive graphics, podcasts and videos.

Packaged subscription options are tailored to your needs, from a free registration for the casual visitor to deep intelligence and data. Aerospace, aviation and MRO professionals will find numerous content solutions to meet their needs, along with ways to find information about upcoming events and supplier products and services.

We’re significantly upping our game in premium content. Individual and corporate subscribers to the Aviation Week Intelligence Network will find a completely new dashboard and navigation experience, enabling them to access our broad range of intelligence products, with options for a quick-read executive brief — or a deep dive into data and analytics.

Under the hood is an advanced content management platform, search engine and 24/7 tech support. Getting started is as simple as logging in with your previous account or registering for one if you are a new visitor. Also be sure to sign up to receive our Aerospace Digest daily in your inbox.

Any questions or access issues can be directed to our customer care

Aviation Week welcomes your feedback, and we look forward to serving your information needs as we soar into 2020.

Greg Hamilton

Greg Hamilton is president of Aviation Week Network, a division of Informa Markets. He is responsible for the overall strategy and direction for Aviation Week Network’s digital, event, print and data/analytics services covering all aspects of aviation, aerospace and defense. 

Joe Anselmo

Joe Anselmo has been Editorial Director of the Aviation Week Network and Editor-in-Chief of Aviation Week & Space Technology since 2013. Based in Washington, D.C., he directs a team of more than two dozen aerospace journalists across the U.S., Europe and Asia-Pacific.

Comments

36 Comments
Then why do I lose the page I was trying to access, after I log in?
I just put up a comment and, wanting to review it before saving it, I clicked on "PREVIEW", but this seems to take the same action as "SAVE".
Can I point out another bug? It doesn't seem like you can access the previous issue archive - when you click on "login", you end up at the main AvWeek page.
The archive does not appear to allow access, nothing happens. The Boeing features tab seems to work.
Another problem: I can't download the pdf version of the latest isssue of AWST...When I click on "download pdf", it takes me to an error page.

I also want to ask how to download the pdf versions of the older issues of AWST.

Please help.
Where is the archive??
how come your web pages are the slowest and most confusing in the business.Your web developers are terrible.
It would be nice if there was actually a way to find the current issue from the main page. All that is on that page is content that I don't have access to, even though I'm a current AWST subscriber (and have been one for over 40 years). Between the difficulty accessing the content I pay for, and the movement of content to other publications, I am starting to question the value of my subscription.
Oh, and why do you display email addresses in the comments? That is a terrible privacy violation that will lead to not just SPAM being sent on AWN's behalf but phishing attempts as well.
We're sorry you're having problems accessing the archive. Our customer care team will contact everyone that's commented here with this issue.

Subscribers to Aviation Week & Space Technology can read the latest content here: https://aviationweek.com/AWST

With regards to your display name, you can change this by going to your profile settings and add a pseudo name in the 'display name' field.

The archive will not load
AWST site & 737Max seem to like to crash!
Hi guys- looks like you have gone down the route of “New Coca Cola “. This does not work - please return to the classic version
I cant access the archive either. When I click on the login button, it brings me back to this page.
Are these guys (IT) the same company that did the Obama Care web site? Can't get to the current issue, the archives or PDF download. Have subscribed for 60+
I am unable to access my profile.
When I use the link
http://aviationweek.com/magazine-issues/aviation-week-space-technology I get a Page not found error
Where is the link to the current issue so I can download it? Sorry to be such a pest but the more I try to use the site the less I seem to find or access, unlike the old site.
Frankly the new site is a minefield of links and appears to unbundle content forcing more premium subscriptions. How does one access the 100 year archive?
Umm this is a mess. I used to be able to look at what was more or less the current articles, I subscribe to aviation week. Now I just have a mess of stuff most of which I can't view because I don't subscribe. If I can't see it don't clutter my view with useless teasers. Where are my articles? The old site was painfully slow but at least I could read what I subscribe to, this is even worse.
Gotta admit, I really don't like what you've done to the website. Definitely not user-friendly. Layout of any page leaves me wondering: What next? Where am I?
not a success
The link in email to download lautest issue of AW&ST Dose Not work (error 404k.
The link in email to download lautest issue of AW&ST Dose Not work (error 404k.
My IP was blocked by this new improved website. Took a lot of trouble for me to get back here. I think you should relax your military/government style security a bit. We are only reading news here, so what is all this obtrusive high level security about?
Is this it?

There doesn't seem to be anywhere near the content of the old site. At best there's one new article per day and doesn't include the daily/weekly news articles (Graham Warwick's I always look for) of the old site.

I should point out that loading takes as long as the old site - this really isn't a step in the right direction.
New AW format is terrible...just downloads in all directions...trying to make more subscription sales?..content near impossible to find...
Not sure if I will resubscribe...after 40 years...
One giant leap backwards.
If I was traveling for several weeks when I got home I could download a previous issue missed as there was a listing of the past few issues. That seems gone. Seems your website hasn't been thought out well and wasn't properly Beta tested before going live. You brag about spending a lot on the great new website - hope you can get a refund.
No need to pile on - I agree with the majority sentiment expressed in the comments. Give me clear, concise and non-circumspect to the material that I subscribed to. Seriously, look at the reply from site on 12/16, I have to go to another link to find the magazine! Come on!
forgot an "access:

clear, concise, and non-circumspect access to.....
Not easy to navigate. Also, the e-version scroll feature is terrible. Scrolls several pages simultaneously. Skips readable pages. Lots of bugs.
Not easy to navigate. Also, the e-version scroll feature is terrible. Scrolls several pages simultaneously. Skips readable pages. Lots of bugs.
Besides the terrible idea to continuously load additional, older content, which makes the site as slow as the old one -- and slower, if you return from an article more than 24 hours old -- and the many missing/broken links to images, there are some "lost" or no longer available features, which should be added again:

1) The "Save" and "Preview" buttons are redundant. Just remove the "Preview" button.
2) Instead, add a "Reply" button to all existing comments, and an "Edit" button to ones own comments.
3) To select any of the "Market" options (like Aerospace), you need to first select a sub-categories, like "Aircraft & Propulsion", and only then can you select the main-category.

Also, the image quality of the AWST images -- if they even show up, considering the many broken links -- has further deteriorated and is now of even lower quality than before, while the images of the "Premium" content (Aerospace Daily, etc.) is much higher than any of the AWST images.

Right now, the only way to not having to wait several minutes after reading an article, before I can read another one, is to open all articles in a second browser tab.

Just a little bit of (beta) testing would have shown many of the design flaws with this new site.
It would be nice if there was actually a way to find the current issue from the main page. All that is on that page is content that I don't have access to, even though I'm a current AWST subscriber (and have been one for over 5 years). Between the difficulty accessing the content I pay for, and the movement of content to other publications, I am starting to question the value of my subscription.
Where is my favorites? How can I save articles?

 

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