Even while the entire airline industry is under immense financial stress, investor and corporate customer demands are intensifying for clarity around the airlines’ plans to reduce their emissions further.
3D printing is growing fast in low-criticality parts. Applications range from arm rests to dado panel parts, and typically use polymers. Until recently, one polymer stood out: Ultem. Then Airbus brought PA-FR on board.
Sponsored By San Bernardino International AirportJan 01, 2022
Together with its partners, SBD International Airport has transformed the landscape of a community once devastated by the closure of Norton Air Force Base, taking the region toward its future as it responsibly builds on its rich aviation past.
Aviation industry leaders committed to reach net zero carbon emissions by the year 2050. This race is more a marathon than a sprint. Like a marathon, achieving net zero will require a plan, discipline, and focus.
Sponsored By Raytheon Intelligence & SpaceDec 16, 2021
To help combat illegal activity at sea, Raytheon Intelligence & Space has developed SeaVue radars that detect small maritime targets from higher altitudes than previously possible. Learn how this increased coverage improves mission endurance.
Results of the latest Accenture Commercial Aerospace Insight Report, first released to Aviation Week, point to a new low in supplier confidence after the double-whammy of the Covid-19 pandemic and the Boeing 737 MAX shutdown. When can the industrial base expect to see business growing again? What keeps executives up at night now? Listen as Senior Business Editor Michael Bruno talks with John Schmidt, Accenture global A&D lead, and Jeff Wheless, global A&D research lead.
As the cases of the coronavirus pandemic strain omicron become more transmissible, the UK has moved to Plan B restrictions which means working from home, talk of a vaccine passport, and it could, additionally, mean potential restrictions on air travel. Let’s take a look at how Aviation Week reported on the pandemics in the early 2000s.