Coronavirus

By Molly McMillin
The market remains positive, despite elevated aircraft values and challenges posed by the supply chain, technology and security.
EBACE

By James Pozzi, Lee Ann Shay
Uncertainties in business, geopolitics and technology create challenges for MRO leaders.
Supply Chain

By Jens Flottau
After the pandemic pause, Lufthansa has high demand for graduate pilots. Collaboration with United Aviate is to benefit both, but it faces internal skepticism.
Maintenance & Training

By James Pozzi
As part of its full-value-chain strategy, the company is open to growing as an engine lessor.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Sharon B. DeVivo
Outside-the-box ideas can help companies train, access and retain a diverse and highly skilled workforce.
Workforce & Training

By William Garvey
Musician Patrick Milando decided to advance from private pilot to professional at the age of 67.
Maintenance & Training

Mike Stengel
The low availability of used material, new aircraft delays and other factors are continuing to push up aftermarket prices.
Supply Chain

Alex Krutz
Five initiatives that small and medium-size enterprises can take to improve their cash conversion cycle.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Kevin Michaels
Every dollar of aircraft production underpins at least another dollar of supplier activity in all tiers.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Helen Massy-Beresford
Air cargo operators are closely watching other global macroeconomic factors for clues on how 2024 will pan out.
Airlines & Lessors

By Michael Bruno
In what is becoming a year of going back to basics, aerospace manufacturing workers have the microphone.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Thierry Dubois
While acknowledging they have to improve competitiveness, Daher’s officials insist OEMs must accept price increases.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Brandon Patrick
Aviation Week projects that regional defense investment will to climb to $270 billion by 2032 from $197 billion in 2023.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Keith Mwanalushi
Although demand for engine core performance restorations is high, supply chain issues are impeding turnaround times.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Michael Bruno
Why the aerospace supply chain’s recovery is always two years away.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

John Schmidt
Executives are exploring using the technology to strengthen supply chain resilience, optimize production processes and enhance the customer experience.
Emerging Technologies

By Lori Ranson
With limited government financial support, some of Brazil's airlines exited the pandemic period with balance sheets stretched to a much greater degree.
Airlines & Lessors

By Guy Norris
Performance benefits of Unity upgrades that were proved last year will feed into Delta spaceship design as belt-tightening forces cuts in near-term flight rate.
Commercial Space

By Victoria Moores
The court's decision was made following a legal challenge brought by Ryanair and its sister company Malta Air.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Jens Flottau
Airlines are ending their roller coaster ride from high profits to deep losses. The new operating environment sounds familiar: high costs and low margins.
Airlines & Lessors

Martha Neubauer
Expectations for India must be tempered by its low GDP per capita and other hurdles to becoming a large player on the global stage. Some of the buzz is warranted.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By William Moore
Emissions figures for Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways are mostly in line with other full-service carriers, but unlike those carriers, are not trending downward.
Airlines & Lessors

By James Pozzi
Chief Technical Officer Andy Best discusses British Airways’ shift in its operational perspective and its strategies on recruitment and sustainability targets.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Craig Gottlieb
Aftermarket providers must improve contractual, asset and supply chain insights to succeed in the post-pandemic market.
Supply Chain

By Thierry Dubois
Successful consolidation and capital increases have put suppliers on a stronger footing.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain