Joe Anselmo

Joe Anselmo
Editor-In-Chief,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

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.

Under his leadership, Aviation Week has won numerous accolades for its in-depth reporting and deep dives into aerospace technology, including the 2017 Grand Neal award for “Top Brand/Overall Editorial Excellence,” business-to-business journalism’s equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize. Writers from the Aviation Week Network also took home six honors at the 2018 Aerospace Media Awards in London.

In 2015, Anselmo and his team spearheaded a digital initiative that provides subscribers with fresh content every day via mobile phones, tablets, or desktop computers. To mark Aviation Week’s 100th anniversary in 2016, the publication’s entire archive – more than 440,000 pages of articles, images, covers and advertisements – was digitized into a searchable online archive. Aviation Week also has accelerated its push into digital media with regular podcasts, videos, data features, infographics and eBooks.

Anselmo has more than 25 years of experience as an editor and reporter with Aviation Week, Congressional Quarterly and the Washington Post Company. He has won three Aerospace Journalist of the Year awards. A graduate of Ohio University, he was elected three times to the National Press Club’s Board of Governors, including one term as board chairman. 

Articles
Fast Five With Collins Aerospace CEO Kelly Ortberg 
He says the super supplier has “hit the ground running,” he is focused on connected aerospace and sees a “huge” future for hybrid-electric propulsion.
Collins Aerospace Chief Bullish On Hybrid-Electric Propulsion 
Collins Aerospace CEO Kelly Ortberg discusses the new company and its push into hybrid-electric propulsion and connected aerospace with Aviation Week Editor-in-Chief Joe Anselmo.
Podcast: Putting Odds on Boeing's NMA 1
Why did Rolls-Royce say “no thank you” to Boeing’s NMA? How might Airbus respond? Listen in as we discuss the risks of launching a new mid-market airliner.
Podcast: Can Aviation Do More To Combat Climate Change? 5
Impressive improvements in aircraft fuel burn and carbon emissions are being offset by the industry’s rapid growth.
Podcast: Will the Boeing 747 Outlive the Airbus A380? 7
Marking 50th anniversary of first 747 flight, our editors discuss the “giant jet’s” rocky beginnings, how much of a future it has left and whether Airbus will shutter the A380 line.
Fast Five With Airbus Engineering Mobile Site Director David Trent 
The chief of the Airbus Engineering Center in Mobile talks about big changes coming to aircraft cabin interiors.
Podcast: How U.S. Shutdown, Brexit Are Messing Up Aviation 3
Unpaid controllers, delayed certifications and a European regulatory quagmire are just some of the impacts of political crisis across two continents. Listen in as our editors discuss.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg Is Aviation Week’s Person Of The Year 2018 4
From reshaping the supply chain to big wins in defense, his actions have reverberated across the industry.
Podcast: Who Is Pat Shanahan? 1
Aviation Week editors discuss Acting Secretary of Defense Pat Shanahan’s career as Boeing’s Mr. Fix-It and whether he will stand up to President Trump.
Airbus A220 Production To Help Put Mobile On Map  4
Airbus will almost double its commercial aircraft production workforce in Mobile, Alabama, as it ramps up A220 final assembly there.
Podcast: Airbus Doubles Down on Alabama
Airbus' Mobile assembly line is preparing to break ground on a new A220 factory that will nearly double employment. Listen in as general manager Daryl Taylor shares details with our editors.
Podcast: Peril for the Pentagon?
Why President Trump’s view that current defense spending levels are “crazy” may not be off the mark.
Podcast: Meet the Air & Space Museum’s Visionary New Leader
Why Ellen Stofan is confident humans will follow robots to Mars in less than 20 years and how she plans to bring the 42-year-old institution back to the future.
United Technologies Adds Rockwell, Plans To Spin Off Carrier And Otis 
Executives assert the new UTC, unveiled in late November, is positioned for the long-haul in A&D, not just against any one OEM or aircraft.
Podcast: Bombardier’s Big Shrink 3
A year after giving its C Series program to Airbus, Bombardier unloads its turboprop business. Is the CRJ line next? Aviation Week editors discuss.
Comments
U.S. Defense Secretary Mattis Cautions Against Cutting Defense Budget
December 3, 2018

While we always appreciate comments from our readers, you guys are being rough. Yes, this is mixing apples and oranges. But in Lee Hudson's defense, she was quoting Secretary...

Donald E. Fink, Pilot And Aviation Week Editor, Dies
June 22, 2018

A memory from Ken Gazzola, Aviation Week's publisher/president from 1988-2006.

Don was the consummate journalist and gentleman.

I remember when I attended my...

Tariff Dispute Underscores Boeing Reliance On China
March 15, 2018

Actually, it is not a misleading comment. Both Boeing's Randy Tinseth and Spirit's Tom Gentile say that one out of every three 737s is sold to a Chinese customer.

Joe...

Commercial Spending Will Lead MRO Field In 2018
January 2, 2018

Thanks for noting. It was indeed a typo and has been corrected.

The UFO Debate: Revenge of the Aliens?
December 22, 2017

The obit exists in our digital archive. There is a link to it in the piece above.

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