Joe Anselmo

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

Joseph C. Anselmo became Editor-in-Chief of Aviation Week & Space Technology on Jan. 1, 2013, leading a team of more than two dozen aerospace journalists in the U.S., Europe and Asia-Pacific.  
 
Anselmo has 25 years of experience as a Washington, D.C.-based editor and reporter, covering a wide array of business, political, military, space and technology issues at Aviation Week, Congressional Quarterly and the Washington Post Co.
 
Aviation Week has won numerous accolades under his leadership, including four Jesse H. Neal Journalism Awards and five of the 10 Aerospace Media Awards presented during the 2014 Farnborough Airshow.
 
During his reporting career, Anselmo 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
U.S. Airlines See Less Cyclicity As Earnings Rise 
Despite interruptions from winter storms, a sustained drop in jet fuel prices underpinned the rosiest first quarter for major U.S. airlines in years.
Podcast: Inside Pratt & Whitney’s Geared Turbofan Development
This week's Check 6 podcast comes to you from Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford, Conn. Editors Joe Anselmo and Guy Norris sat down with Greg Gernhardt, the president of Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines, to talk about the company’s geared turbofan engine and its battle for market share with the CFM LEAP-X.
Podcast: Space Industry At An Inflection Point 1
Aviation Week editors discuss how private sector money and technological advances are revolutionizing space telecom.
Etihad’s Hogan Defends Abu Dhabi Support 
According to Hogan, the carrier has always made clear that it received equity investment and shareholder loans. Those have been “supplemented” by $10.5 billion in loans from international institutions, Hogan told listeners at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce aviation summit in Washington D.C. on Tuesday.
Podcast: Talking 777 Upgrades And Bubble Trouble
Aviation Week editors discuss Airbus and Boeing production: Is there an order bubble that may burst one day? They also talk about the 777 upgrade, the possibility of an A380neo and Bombardier’s CSeries.
Do Airbus and Boeing Face Bubble Trouble?
The two dominant aircraft manufacturers are sanguine their robust orderbooks are sound; other industry analysts caution that they are being overly ambitious.
Hazy: A380neo Should Be Stretched For Cargo-Carrying Appeal 
Influential lessor Air Lease Corp. (ALC) has recommended to Airbus that any plan to launch the A380neo should include a fuselage stretch that would add valuable belly-hold capacity and boost its broader appeal to the cargo market.
Lessors Remain Cautious Over CSeries Prospects 1
The long-delayed Bombardier CSeries is past the halfway stage in flight testing and on track to earn certification this year, but key leasing companies say the airliner’s longer-term success still hinges on getting the aircraft into service smoothly and building credibility by attracting big orders.
Lessors Urge Caution In Jetliner Production Hikes
Air Lease Corp.'s Steven Udvar-Hazy finds Airbus's plans to raise A320 production rates "overambitious."
Analysts Flag Potential Airliner Glut 5
A prominent research firm is warning that Airbus and Boeing may be on a path to produce more jets than the airline market can absorb.
Podcast: Saving Bombardier
Aviation Week editors talk about what’s ailing Bombardier in commercial and business aviation and its move to bring in aerospace veteran Alain Bellemare to fix things.
Podcast: Is The Pilot Shortage For Real? 8
Our editors discuss the global pilot shortage and why the solution is not as simple as paying American regional pilots more.
 
Blogs
Apr 28, 2015
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When the Pentagon First Let Women Fly in Combat (1993)

Twenty-two years ago, the U.S. defense secretary proposed allowing women to fly in combat. Now, the first female fighter pilot is a member of Congress....More
Apr 25, 2015
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Saturday's Progress 57 Space Station Departure Paves the Way for new Russian Re-supply Mission

Progress 59 is scheduled to lift off from Baikonur on Tuesday at 3:09 a.m., EDT, initiating a four orbit, six hour sprint to the International Space Station with three tons of supplies...More
Apr 24, 2015
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Airbus A380 Makes First Flight (2005) 2

The Airbus A380 made its first flight on April 27, 2005. The story since has been full of ups and downs. See our original coverage from 2005....More
Apr 23, 2015
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Airbus, Boeing Delivering Aircraft At The Last Minute? 2

An analysis of Airbus' and Boeing's delivery data from Aviation Week Intelligence Network's Fleet database reveals that both Airbus and Boeing tend to deliver a majority of their aircraft during the second half of each month....More
Apr 21, 2015
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Astronaut Scott Kelly Paces Start to ISS Marathon Mission, Chance to Sip Espresso

"We definitely look forward to the espresso machine," astronaut Scott Kelly, NASA's ISS marathoner, told Russia Today. "I know a lot of people are interested in it."...More

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