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Aviation Week & Space Technology, October 14, 2019

Space

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Southern Skies Yield Scientific Riches For NASA

Oct 11, 2019
Flying onboard the SOFIA Boeing 747SP airborne observatory during its annual New Zealand deployment gives an insight into NASA’s infrared astronomy program.
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After 50 Years, Moon Looms Large In Human Exploration Plan

Oct 09, 2019
Partners signing up to join NASA Gateway initiative.
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JAXA Is Using The ISS As A Steppingstone For Commercial Space

Oct 09, 2019
Space BD and Mitsui are launching cubesats from the International Space Station’s Japanese Experiment Module Kibo.

First Take

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First Take (Oct. 14, 2019)

Oct 11, 2019
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.

Business

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U.S.-Europe Aviation Tariff Disputes: Questions And Answers

Oct 09, 2019
A look at how the World Trade Organization decisions and subsequent government moves will affect the aviation industry.

Viewpoint

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Opinion: Is International Regulatory Collaboration At Risk?

Oct 08, 2019
The rise of populism and nationalist foreign policies and the Boeing 737 MAX recertification are threats to what has been a stable cooperative environment.

U.S. Army Rotorcraft

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U.S. Army Takes Reins of Rotorcraft Replacement

Oct 09, 2019
The Army seems to have best of both worlds—Congress backs continued Chinook Block 2 helicopter production and Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft development.
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Bell’s ‘Affordable’ FARA Prototype

Oct 10, 2019
Bell unveils its 360 Invictus, which is the latest contestant in the Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft competition.

Commercial Aviation

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NTSB And FAA At Odds Over Pilot Performance Improvement

Oct 11, 2019
The FAA and others cite “automation dependency” as a growing risk.
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First MA700 Airframe Enters Final Assembly

Oct 07, 2019
Avic is planning a highly data-driven final assembly process for turboprop airliner. A new factory will be built for it.

Urban Air Mobility

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Honeywell Places Bet On Urban Air Mobility

Oct 07, 2019
The aerospace heavyweight is designing avionics for UAM vehicles and entering relationships with vehicle developers.
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Denso Deal Underlines Honeywell’s New All-Electric eVTOL Push

Oct 07, 2019
Hybrid-electric demo plans remain on track but will be paralleled by fast-growing electric propulsion initiative.

Defense

AIDC
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Following Rollout, Taiwanese Jet Trainer Due To Fly In Mid-2020

Oct 07, 2019
AIDC was required to roll out the Advanced Jet Trainer this year; it has. It is supposed to fly the trainer next year; it says it will.
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Taiwan Working On Fighter Engines

Oct 08, 2019
Technology acquisition for a future Taiwanese fighter is at a very preliminary stage. Propulsion and electronic systems are seen as main areas of difficulty.
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The Week In Defense, Oct. 10-16, 2019

Oct 10, 2019
India accepts first Rafale fighter; Collins’ ACES 5 wins ejection seat contest; Netherlands plans for more F-35s, and the U.S. Navy’s last active duty F/A-18C flight.

Unmanned Aviation

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Federal Role Recommended For Airport Drone Protection

Oct 09, 2019
A high-level task force on drone mitigation calls for shared responsibility by airports and governments.

Propulsion

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Island-Hopping Flights Show Promise As Market For Electrified Aircraft

Oct 10, 2019
Britten-Norman’s Islander, widely used for short flights in remote areas, is set to get an electric-propulsion makeover.

Business Aviation

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Where There Is And Isn’t Excitement In Business Jets

Oct 11, 2019
Since new products drive so much of the tempo in business jets, expectations are rising for announcements at NBAA-BACEC, and analysts see the landscape shifting.

Technology

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The Week In Technology, Oct. 7-11, 2019

Oct 07, 2019
Electrifying the Islander; German electric regional; acquisition boosts Rolls electric; Wing expands deliveries; UPS drones approved; Hyundai enters UAM.

Up Front

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Opinion: How To Assess Defense Prospects For The Future

Oct 08, 2019
Companies that can withstand change and disruption may be best positioned to navigate the tumult of the 2020s.

An Appreciation

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Remembering Former Aviation Week Editor Bill Gregory

Oct 10, 2019
William H. Gregory, a World War II naval aviator, joined Aviation Week in 1956 and served as editor-in-chief from 1979 to 1984.

Feedback

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Letters From Our Readers (Oct. 14, 2019)

Oct 11, 2019
Readers discuss electric propulsion and hydrogen power; the F-22 vs. F-35, the B-52H and the Peacekeeper; and the Polish M28.

Who's Where

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New Positions, Promotions, Honors And Elections (Oct. 14, 2019)

Oct 11, 2019
Recent appointments, promotions and honors in the aviation and aerospace industry.

Aerospace Calendar

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Aerospace Calendar And Aviation Week Events (Oct. 14, 2019)

Oct 11, 2019
Upcoming aviation and aerospace industry events and Aviation Week Network events.

 

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