Crossover Jet Operators Opt For Variety In Cabin Connectivity And Entertainment

By Bernie Baldwin May 09, 2022
As ever more airline markets are seeing increasing use of crossover narrowbody jets, the airlines operating such aircraft from the Embraer E-Jets E2…
Crossover Narrowbody Jets

E190F AND E195F, The Freighter Program The World Is Watching.

Sponsored By Embraer May 05, 2022
Responding to the growth in e-commerce and increased demand for cargo capacity, we’ve launched the E190F and E195F freighter program. Two new aircraft that are set to revolutionize the cargo/freight sector.
Crossover Narrowbody Jets

From The Archives: Production DH-125 Has Larger Wings, Empennage

May 04, 2022
De Havilland had been making changes to its production aircraft, the DH-125 executive jet, we reported in a picture story in the Sep. 24, 1962 issue…
Business Aviation

From The Archives: Piper To Offer Three New Piston Aircraft

May 04, 2022
Piper Aircraft ended 1982 with an announcement that it would be offering three new piston aircraft, including a six seater, single engine and a seven…
Business Aviation

Webinar: Fireside Chat With Southwest Airlines CEO Bob Jordan

May 04, 2022
This webinar took place on Tuesday, May 3 2022. With a 34-year track record of senior executive positions at Southwest Airlines, Bob Jordan now has…
Air Transport

A-29 Super Tucano. A Proven Performer

Sponsored By Embraer May 03, 2022
Since the A-29 Super Tucano took its first flight at the end of the last century, it has impressed the military with its performance, flexibility and robustness as a light attack aircraft and advanced trainer.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

From The Archives: Trans-Atlantic Flight And Meteorology

May 03, 2022
In an article published 103 years ago this week, author Willis Ray Gregg examines average surface meteorological conditions over the North Atlantic,…
Business Aviation

How Hydrogen Is Revolutionizing Aviation

Sponsored By MTU Aero Engines AG May 01, 2022
Hydrogen has the potential to enable completely emissions-free flight for most aircraft in the future. MTU Aero Engines has taken a closer look at its potential uses and the infrastructure it will require.
Aerospace

From The Archives: Gates Learjet Series 50 Prototype In Flight Test

Apr 28, 2022
Here's a picture story of the Gates Learjet Longhorn 50 series. This jet was the first prototype undergoing a flight test over its Wichita, Kan.,…
Business Aviation

Ask the Experts: Stabilizing The Supply Chain With Vision And Innovation

Sponsored By PwC Apr 27, 2022
The A&D supply chain is the longest lead-time and most complex supply chain of any industry. Aviation Week Network hosted PwC leaders to discuss the…
Supply Chain

USAF's Next Airborne Nuclear Command-And-Control Aircraft, Needs Four Engines

Apr 26, 2022
The U.S. Air Force (USAF) plans to increase spending for its next airborne nuclear command-and-control aircraft, and it most likely will choose used aircraft.
Defense and Space

From The Archives: Cessna 210 Design Changes Add Speed, Controllability

Apr 26, 2022
In this pilot report, Richard Sweeney takes the controls of a Cessna 210, the newest entry in the business airplane field, in 1959. It has a…
Business Aviation

From The Archives: The First Fly-By-Wire Business Jet

Apr 25, 2022
In this pilot report, Fred George gives his take on the flying experience and handling of the Dassault Falcon 7X. Compared with the Dasault fighter…
Business Aviation

From The Archives: Why Embraer Must Act

Apr 25, 2022
On the cover of this issue of the magazine is a pair of Embraer's new Phenom business jets. The Phenom 100 and 300 jets are "spearheading Embraer's…
Business Aviation

VIDEO LEARNING: Challenging the Status Quo – Aviation Fuel Quality Assurance

Sponsored By Phillips 66 Apr 21, 2022
Available On-demand! The goal is simple: deliver clean, dry, on spec aviation fuel. The challenge is how to deliver on this goal every time. The…
Knowledge Center

From The Archives: Premier Goes Premium

Apr 20, 2022
Our writer and pilot Edward H. Phillips took the controls of a Beechcraft Premier 1A and said: "Raytheon has made the Premier IA a better airplane…
Business Aviation

From The Archives: Global Express Poised To Begin Operations

Apr 19, 2022
Our pilot and author David M. North took the long-range Global Express for a test flight and produced a pilot report as manufacturer Bombardier was…
Business Aviation

WEBINAR: Navigating Change in the Defense M&A Landscape

Sponsored By PwC Apr 19, 2022
Available On-demand! In this webinar, you will hear how the radically changed geopolitical environment has combined with ongoing economic and…
Knowledge Center

From The Archives: Pilot Report - Falcon 2000S

Apr 15, 2022
Fred George test flies the first production "affordable" Dassault Falcon 2000S, which began test flights in February 2011 and was "slated to enter…
Business Aviation

From The Archives: Eclipse 500 Undergoing Design Changes

Apr 15, 2022
Eclipse Aviation, a startup company back in 2001, had designed the six-seat Eclipse 500 and we reported on the aircraft's design changes by engineers…
Business Aviation

Podcast: The New Gameplan For Sustainable Aviation

Apr 15, 2022
Like with safety in a previous generation, commercial aviation is going through another existential moment. This time it is about environmental concerns, with sustainability as the overarching goal. What lies ahead are opportunities to pick low-hanging fruit but also the need to make controversial culture changes. How does commercial aviation get here?
Sustainability

Commercial Utilization Is Steadily Increasing

Apr 14, 2022
Flight hours for commercial aircraft are rising but remain woefully short of pre-pandemic rates. Overall, commercial utilization in February 2022 was…
Air Transport

More Than 12,000 Military Aircraft To Be Retired In The Next Decade

Apr 14, 2022
As a result of progress in procurement, legacy fleets will be retired. More than 12,000 military aircraft are expected to be withdrawn from service over the next decade.
Defense and Space

From The Archives: Rinaldo Piaggio Delivers First Production P180 Avanti

Apr 13, 2022
The first production Piaggio P180 Avanti was delivered to Robert J. Pond. According to Piaggio the aircraft's fuel efficiency is the highest as any…
Business Aviation

From The Archives: Learjet 25 Model Transporter

Apr 12, 2022
This stretched version of the Lear Jet Model 23/24 business jet performing its first flight. This image from the flight made it onto the front cover…
Business Aviation