From The Archives: Next-Gen Training

Aug 24, 2022
This article in our archives explores the question, which emerging technologies will become the most valuable for maintenance training? Boeing's…

From The Archives: Modern Hangars

Aug 23, 2022
Hangars are "important in the economical and efficient operation of an airway or airport", wrote author William E. Arthur in this article about…

Webinar: Building A Reliable Hypersonic Missile Defense

Aug 21, 2022
Defense Editor Steve Trimble looks at how a reliable defense against a hypersonic glide vehicle might look. The Missile Defense Agency is already working on adapting existing interceptors such as the SM-6 and SM-3 for the mission, but we now know that's just the beginning. We will explore the weapons, sensors and command and control systems that will be required in the long-term to defeat one of the fastest and elusive weapons yet invented.
Missile Defense & Weapons

WEBINAR: Balancing Sustainability Demands in the Aviation Industry

Sponsored By Siemens Aug 12, 2022
Available On-demand! The demands for sustainability in aviation are having profound impact on the aviation industry. Manufacturers and suppliers, as…
Knowledge Center

From The Archives: Supply Chain Hot Spots

Aug 11, 2022
MRO supply chains are morphing, according to columnist and vice president in ICF SH&E, Kevin Michaels. In the February 24, 2014 issue, he wrote that…

Aviation Week Network Announces 20 Twenties Winners For Class Of 2022

Aug 10, 2022
Top 20 Aerospace-bound students to be honored at 65th annual laureate awards and dinner.

From The Archives: AirVenture 2001 To Highlight Progress Of Powered Flight

Aug 08, 2022
The year's theme for EAA AirVenture in 2001 was "Aviation Firsts". Guest invited to the show included Chuck Yeager, the first to fly Mach 1 and…
Business Aviation

Crossover Jets Aim For Post-Pandemic Benefit With Low-Fare Operators

By Bernie Baldwin Aug 08, 2022
Whether you refer to them as low-fare airlines or low-cost carriers, operators using this business model have been the growth engines for air…

Podcast: Aviation Roars Back

Aug 02, 2022
Supply chain and sustainability challenges are real, but the industry’s long-term outlook is robust. Listen in as PwC’s Scott Thompson looks beyond the headlines.

Webinar: MRO And The Future Fleet

Aug 02, 2022
This webinar took place on Thursday, July 28 2022. With many airlines determining future plans for their fleets post-crisis, what is the volume of…

Crossover Jets Move Towards North America’s Mainstream

By Bernie Baldwin Aug 01, 2022
Crossover narrowbody jets (such as Embraer’s E-Jets and Airbus’s A220 pairing) have been using their distinguishing factor – the ability to create new city pairs – across North America, the mature market in question, for some years.
Crossover Narrowbody Jets

High-Pressure Gas Charging with Nitrogen, CO2 or Helium Gas Mixes

Sponsored by Haskel Aug 01, 2022
The Aerospace industry has specific needs for mixed gas charging and requires special equipment to safely handle those applications. Haskel develops gas boosters and complete packaged systems capable of handling high-pressure mixed gas charging applications.

Building The Big Twin - Cargo Conversion Of The B777-300

Sponsored by IAI Aviation Group Aug 01, 2022
IAI has joined forces with AerCap to develop the unique 'Big Twin' solution, and provide the Passenger-to-Freight conversion of the Boeing 777-300ER, converting the successful passenger aircraft into a highly cost-effective wide-body cargo jet.

WEBINAR: Advanced Additive Manufacturing - Aerospace's Ticket to Qualifiable Part Production

Sponsored By Velo3D Jul 20, 2022
Available On-demand! Part consolidation, lightweight components, and greater efficiencies are just some of the ways metal additive manufacturing (AM)…
Knowledge Center

Electrification Of Aircraft Enables Sustainable, Net-zero Carbon Emission Aviation

Sponsored by Parker Aerospace Jul 20, 2022
Parker Aerospace is focused on four key building blocks for aircraft electrification, helping to support the goal of net-zero carbon emission aviation.
Business Aviation

Parker Aerospace And Eviation Team Up On Development Of Alice; The First All-Electric Commuter Aircraft

Sponsored by Parker Aerospace Jul 20, 2022
Reimagining regional travel, Parker Aerospace and Eviation are teaming up to develop Alice, the first all-electric commuter aircraft. This first-of-its-kind aircraft moves aviation closer to a greener, sustainable carbon-free future.
Business Aviation

From Build To Beyond: Parker Aerospace and DUST Identity Launch Lockheed Martin F-35 Into Digital Space

Sponsored By Parker Aerospace Jul 19, 2022
Parker Aerospace, DUST Identity and Lockheed Martin are partnering to digitally fingerprint products to better track and trace product build, performance and service with a unique digital thread to enhance performance and increase supply chain security.
Farnborough Airshow

WEBINAR: Anti-Corruption Enforcement in Aviation

Sponsored By PwC Jul 19, 2022
Available On-demand! The 18 eighteen months has seen some of the largest FCPA resolutions on record. With the current administration making global…
Knowledge Center

Parker Aerospace Agreement With The U.S. Air Force And The Defense Logistics Agency For Five-Year Performance-Based Logistics Contract

Sponsored By Parker Aerospace Jul 19, 2022
The Defense Logistics Agency and U.S. Air Force are tapping Parker Aerospace for performance-based logistics with supply chain, engineering, and field service support for hydraulic equipment across five Air Force platforms.
Farnborough Airshow

Bell V-280 Valor: Revolutionary Speed and Range

Sponsored By Bell Jul 15, 2022
Soldiers and Marines badly hit by enemy fire often have only a short time window during which airlift MEDEVAC can save their life, yet airlifting…
Farnborough Airshow

Podcast: Stories To Watch At Farnborough

Jul 15, 2022
On the eve of the first Farnborough in four years, two leaders from Accenture zero in on key themes at this year’s air show.
Check 6 with Accenture

Ask the Experts: Navigating Change in the Defense M&A Landscape

Sponsored By PwC Jul 14, 2022
Aviation Week Network hosted PwC leaders to discuss the changes occurring in the Defense Merger and Acquisition Landscape. Read their take on how the radically altered geopolitical environment has put unprecedented pressure on this market.
Defense and Space

E195-E2. Passed The 100% SAF Test.

Sponsored By Embraer Jul 14, 2022
As a part of their sustainability roadmap and drive towards a greener future, Embraer, along with engine partner Pratt & Whitney, have successfully completed testing of the E195-E2 Tech Lion aircraft, with one engine powered by 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Seen as the best solution to reducing emissions in the short to medium term, two days of ground tests culminated in a 70-minute flight test in Florida. Read article
Crossover Narrowbody Jets

From The Archives: Configuration Set For Lear Fan 2100

Jul 13, 2022
Lear Avia had completed the design of its Lear Fan 2100 which would be powered by 800 shp. Avco Lycoming engines in 1978 as we reported and the…
Business Aviation

Webinar: Sustainable Aviation Fuels for Airlines: The Path Forward

Jul 13, 2022
This webinar took place on Tuesday, Jul. 12 2022. Alternative jet fuels from sustainable sources are critical to near-term goals to significantly…