Early Simulator Trials Foreshadowed Boeing 737 MAX Pilot Issues

By Sean Broderick Sep 18, 2020
Congressional report questions Boeing and FAA handling of pilot-response assumptions that set stage for two fatal MAX accidents.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

U.S. Carriers Gear Up For ‘Autumn Of Discontent’

By Ben Goldstein Sep 17, 2020
A post-Labor Day wind-down, combined with a looming payroll support funding cliff, sets air transport sector up for an uncertain fall.
Airlines & Lessors

Sleepy Little Airports, Ready To Accommodate All

By William Garvey Sep 17, 2020
Over 5,000 airports providing jobs, facilitating commerce and easing the pandemic crisis.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Dufour Targets Tiltwing eVTOL At Medical Transport Market

By Graham Warwick Sep 17, 2020
Speed and efficiency of a tiltwing promise time and cost savings over helicopters.
Emerging Technologies

The Week in Defense, Sept. 17-24, 2020

By Jen DiMascio Sep 17, 2020
The next step in a KC-46 fix; AIA predicts COVID-19 impact on workforce; Testing arsenal plane concept; Poland’s W-3 replacement effort.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Will The Proposed Airbus A220-500 Enter The Market This Decade?

By Jens Flottau Sep 16, 2020
Ask the Editors: The A220-500 would be great strategic asset for Airbus in its competition with Boeing and the 737 MAX.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Opinion: How To Break Exponential Pentagon Cost Growth

James Chew Sep 16, 2020
Companies have developed the tools to build new electronics on the first pass, and the government should embrace faster development.
Budget, Policy & Operations

Mediterranean Tensions Prompt Greek Rafale Plans

By Tony Osborne Sep 16, 2020
France is the ultimate winner from Eastern Mediterranean tensions, securing its first European Rafale customer.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Where To Locate Aero Manufacturing After COVID-19

By Michael Bruno Sep 16, 2020
It is not clear yet, but the pandemic could trigger one of the greatest scrambles to relocate and land aero manufacturing.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

IAG’s New CEO Faces Tough Challenges

By Helen Massy-Beresford Sep 16, 2020
The former Iberia boss takes over at IAG during a critical moment for the group and the aviation industry.
Airlines & Lessors

In-Orbit Asset Defense To Shape France’s Space Command

By Thierry Dubois Sep 15, 2020
France’s fledgling Space Command launches major effort in Earth-orbit surveillance and satellite defense.
Space

China’s Big Airlines Intruding On One Another’s Home Bases

By Bradley Perrett Sep 15, 2020
In the past, major carriers have mostly been kept off one another’s main turf. Now there is more competition.
Airlines & Lessors

Why Do Airlines Continue To Resist Electric Taxi Motors?

By Graham Warwick Sep 14, 2020
Ask the Editors: The problem with electric taxi motors is the ratio of benefit to cost in commercial operations.
Aerospace

Reaper Replacement Reveals Bold New GA-ASI Vision

By Steve Trimble Sep 14, 2020
The company that invented the unmanned hunter-killer mission unveils a concept for the legendary MQ-9’s replacement.
AFA Air Space and Cyber Conference

U.S. Airlines And Labor Groups Scramble To Limit Job Cuts

By Sean Broderick Sep 14, 2020
Thousands of workers have taken voluntary buyouts, but thousands more face layoffs and furloughs come Oct. 1.
Airlines & Lessors

The Week In Technology, Sept. 14-18, 2020

By Graham Warwick Sep 14, 2020
Russia develops hybrid; Aerion tunnel tests; German air mobility; UK copter startup; Offshore drone delivery; Amazon, Walmart and drones.
Emerging Technologies

SpeedNews Commercial Aircraft & Engines Marketplace

Sep 11, 2020
SpeedNews Marketplace
AWIN Knowledge Center

Amid Layoffs And Lost Business, A&D Fears A Talent Exodus

By Michael Bruno Sep 11, 2020
As industry ranks are decimated, OEMs and top-tier companies already are worried about losing too many talented workers.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

Finnish Needs Prompt Saab Air-Launched Decoy Development

By Tony Osborne Sep 11, 2020
Saab’s new air-launched decoy missile leans heavily on Finnish telecommunications expertise.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

Northrop Grumman Unveils SG-2 Vision For Replacing MQ-9

By Steve Trimble Sep 11, 2020
In Northrop Grumman vision, next hunter-killer aircraft could operate very differently from the MQ-9, as USAF ponders future operations.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Opinion: A&D Workforce Evolves And Launches Into Future

John Reing and Miguel Smart Sep 11, 2020
Aerospace companies are mapping strategies to meet both employee and business needs in an uncertain future.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

Lockheed Martin Unveils Details Of MQ-9 Replacement Offer

By Steve Trimble Sep 11, 2020
The company is offering a family of UAS that includes advanced and inexpensive systems.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

‘Humans To Mars’ Tackles Race, Inclusion, Diversity

By Irene Klotz Sep 11, 2020
Mars exploration advocates tackle racism and diversity.
Space

First Take, Sept. 14, 2020

Sep 11, 2020
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Emerging Technologies

The Week in Defense, Sept. 11-18, 2020

By Jen DiMascio Sep 11, 2020
U.S. Army’s new MQ-1 payload; Northrop wins $13 billion for next ICBM; MH-60 floorboard fix; and U.S. Marines’ UK carrier exercise.
Aircraft & Propulsion

 

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