From The Archives: Grumman Gulfstream Pilot Report

Mar 08, 2022
The Grumman Gulfstream aircraft, which had its first flight on Aug. 14, 1958, was treated to a test flight over a year later, by one of our reporters…
Business Aviation

From The Archives: Citation Excel Strives To Be Two Jets In One

Mar 08, 2022
Edward H. Phillips, pilot and author of this report tells readers how Cessna's new Citation Model 560XL balances performances against cost, without…
Business Aviation

Boeing 787 Restart Leads To Uncertainty Around Delivery Timing

Mar 03, 2022
Stepped-up FAA scrutiny of Boeing’s 787 post-production process will extend beyond resumption of deliveries, as the regulator plans to handle individual aircraft inspections and issuance of paperwork required to finalize customer handovers.
Aerospace

From The Archive: Easy Handling Marks Cessna Model 340

Mar 01, 2022
Cessna's Model 340 was a pressurized twin-engine aircraft that our pilot reported was "easy-to-fly". The six-seater aircraft consisting of a two-man…
Business Aviation

In a nutshell: Sustainable aviation fuels

Sponsored By MTU Aero Engines Mar 01, 2022
Sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) have the potential to greatly reduce aviation’s climate impact. They could already be used as “drop-in” fuels to power the existing fleet sustainably. But what exactly are SAFs? And what kind of benefits do they have?
Aerospace

Designing For Extreme Environments: Sea To Space

Sponsored by ThermOmegaTech Mar 01, 2022
This article details how engineers can prepare their designs to function at optimal levels in 7 of the most extreme environments – because when lives depend on your designs, they have to be ready to perform.
Aerospace

Data Spotlight: Russian Airlines & Leased Aircraft

Feb 28, 2022
Lessors are no longer allowed to lease aircraft to Russian entities following new European Union sanctions. The EU Commission President Ursula von…
Air Transport

WEBINAR: Supply Chain Resilience - Past, Present, and Future

Sponsored By PwC Feb 27, 2022
Available On-demand! In this A&D Future of Industry webinar, PwC specialists will discuss the importance of supply chain resilience—the need to…
Knowledge Center

Anatomy Of The Boeing 777X

Feb 24, 2022
Developed from the 777-300ER, the three-family 777X series incorporates General Electric GE9X engines and a high-aspect composite wing design to…
Air Transport

Boeing 777X In Numbers

Feb 24, 2022
Take a look at some of the data around the Boeing 777X.
Aerospace

How Has COVID-19 Transformed Aviation

Sponsored By Singapore Airshow Feb 23, 2022
How has COVID-19 Transformed Aviation looks at how the industry has transformed to adopt new practices and push the boundaries to beat the challenges posed by the pandemic. 
Air Transport

From The Archives: Increased Cabin Size, Long Range Capability Mark Falcon 900

Feb 22, 2022
Following the coverage of the Falcon 6X's presence at the Singapore Airshow last week, we thought we'd step back in time to have a look at an earlier…
Business Aviation

Five Ways Digitalization Disrupts The Aircraft Certification Process

Sponsored By Siemens Digital Industries Software Feb 15, 2022
Digitalization has become a pillar within design and manufacturing operations. It must also be adopted to manage verification and certification activities because manual tasks are time-intensive and prone to errors.
Aerospace

Excel To Greater Heights

Sponsored By Topcast Aviation Supplies Feb 15, 2022
Topcast Group is a global supplier of parts, MRO services and value-added solutions for the aviation industry. In this podcast, CEO - Steven Pearson…
Singapore Airshow

From The Archives: Boeing 747 Begins Flight Testing Phase

Feb 10, 2022
Boeing's iconic 747 performed its first flight 53 years ago this week and of course Aviation Week & Space Technology reported the event. The maiden…
Business Aviation

Video: RSAF Deploys Airbus H225M In Counter-Terrorism Exercise

Feb 08, 2022
Watch as the Republic of Singapore Air Force deploys its new Airbus H225M helicopters for a nighttime urban counter-terrorism exercise, inserting…
Defense and Space

Webinar: The Future Of Digital Twins

Feb 07, 2022
This webinar took place on February 4, 2022. During the Apollo program, NASA created physical copies of rockets that were able to help engineers…
Aerospace

3,659 Military Aircraft Contracted For Delivery Over Next Decade

Feb 07, 2022
Aviation Week Network’s Fleet Discovery database shows 3,659 manned military aircraft currently under contract for delivery over the next decade.
Defense and Space

A Key Singaporean Player Committed To Sustainable Aviation

Sponsored By Safran Feb 04, 2022
Top priority in shaping Safran Group’s strategic roadmap is to decarbonize aviation. Safran pledged, along with all airlines and aerospace players, to reach net zero carbon aviation by 2050.
Aerospace

From The Archives: Pressure-Fed Booster Explored

Feb 03, 2022
In Aviation Week & Space Technology 50 years ago, we reported on how McDonnell Douglas engineers were looking into possible space shuttle designs for…
Defense and Space

From The Archives: Airspace Users Look For Congress' Aid

Feb 01, 2022
Crowded skies need more airports. A group was formed by Washington's aviation community known as Accent. The members were brought together by a "common concern" about lack of capacity, ramp space and landing aids. Read about how the group lobbied Congress to make changes.
Business Aviation

A Close-Up Look At GE Aviation's GE9X Turbofan

Feb 01, 2022
The General Electric GE9X is a high-bypass turbofan developed by GE Aviation exclusively for the Boeing 777X. The first engine test took place in…
Aerospace

From The Archives: The Problem Of Soaring Flight

Jan 31, 2022
An article published 100 years ago in our impressive archive looked at how birds fly and compared soaring turkey buzzards movements to how machines fly.
Business Aviation

From The Archives: U.S. Exploits Spurious Radiation

Jan 27, 2022
Fifty years ago this week Aviation Week & Space Technology reported that U.S. military agencies was "apparently making strides in exploiting…
Aerospace

From The Archives: Completion Centers' Booming

Jan 27, 2022
Considerable styling attention is being paid as fleets are being outfitted with custom interiors, avionics and paint after leaving the factories. In…
Business Aviation