Podcast: American Airlines Goes Supersonic

Aug 17, 2022
Nearly two decades after the Concorde was retired, is the rival of supersonic air travel for real?
Airlines & Lessors

Podcast: Clearing The Way For A 787 Rebound

Aug 05, 2022
FAA okay to re-start deliveries ends a long saga, but now Boeing has a new problem to worry about. Listen in as our specialists break down the situation—and the numbers.
Aerospace

Podcast: FAA’s 5G Dilemma

By Karen Walker Aug 04, 2022
Airlines are angry about an FAA proposal to address the risk of interference from new 5G wireless towers in the U.S.
Air Transport

Podcast: Reading The Commercial Tea Leaves At Farnborough

Jul 20, 2022
No blockbusters but lots to talk about. Listen in to what our editors saw at Farnborough Airshow.
Farnborough Airshow

Podcast: On Point With The CEOs Of Airbus And Boeing

Jul 17, 2022
Step behind the scenes with Aviation Week editors to hear about their sit downs with Guillaume Faury and David Calhoun prior to Farnborough Airshow.
Farnborough Airshow

Podcast: Inside NASA’s Sustainable Flight Plan

By Graham Warwick Jul 11, 2022
As NASA invites bids to build and fly its Sustainable Flight Demonstrator, technology editor Graham Warwick and senior editor Guy Norris hear how this aircraft will differ from the agency’s prior X-planes. They talked to Rich Wahls, NASA’s newly appointed Sustainable Flight National Partnership mission integration manager at the AIAA Aviation 2022 conference in Chicago.
Sustainability

Podcast: Engines Shortfall Holds Back Airbus And Boeing

Jul 08, 2022
The aircraft manufacturers are short hundreds of engines as suppliers can’t keep pace with demand to build and maintain airplanes. Listen in as we break down the latest supply chain meltdown.
Aerospace

Podcast: Wichita’s Transformation In Production Reflects Aviation Industry

By Molly McMillin Jun 29, 2022
Wichita-based Textron Aviation uses vertical assembly in the production of the Citation Latitude to aid in the assembly process.
Business Aviation

Podcast: AAM, New Space Face Financial Wilderness

By Carole Rickard Hedden Jun 17, 2022
For new space and advanced air mobility startups, the past two years have been a heady experience of investment, mergers with special purpose acquisition companies and high-risk plays into segments of the aerospace and defense industry that were mere dreams a decade ago. As the economy changes, Aviation Week editors discuss what comes next.
Aerospace

Podcast: What Next For Boeing?

Jun 06, 2022
Boeing’s space business notches a win, but many questions remain about the company’s long-term future. Listen in as analysts Byron Callan and Ron Epstein join the podcast.
Aerospace

Podcast: Can Higher Education Keep Up With Aerospace?

May 27, 2022
Listen in as the University of Michigan’s aerospace engineering chair Dr. Anthony Waas and Aviation Week’s Graham Warwick discuss megatrends that are reshaping the industry with host Joe Anselmo.
Aerospace

Podcast: The State Of Eastern Europe’s MRO Segment In 2022

By Lindsay Bjerregaard May 25, 2022
A look at how the commercial aftermarket of Eastern Europe is faring so far this year.
MRO

Podcast: Sustainability Essentials: Understanding Next Important Steps

By Lee Ann Shay May 13, 2022
Graham Webb, Pratt & Whitney’s Chief Sustainability Officer, tells Lee Ann Shay about what needs to be done now to reduce aviation’s carbon footprint.
MRO

Podcast: Airbus Up, Boeing Down And The Diverging Duopoly

By Michael Bruno May 06, 2022
First-quarter 2022 financial reports from Airbus and Boeing were snapshots of the different fates the two leading airframers face. Listen in as Aviation Week editors Jens Flottau, Guy Norris and Michael Bruno discuss the increasingly diverging paths within the duopoly.
Aerospace

Podcast: 50 Years Of Innovation

By Carole Rickard Hedden Apr 22, 2022
Former Collins Aerospace executive John Borghese joins Aviation Week executive editors Graham Warwick and Carole Hedden to reflect on the last 50 years of innovation in aerospace and look at what is coming down the pipe.
Aerospace

Podcast: Inside Boom Supersonic

Apr 07, 2022
As the company readies its flight demonstrator, CEO Blake Scholl explains how he plans to revive supersonic air travel.
Aerospace

Podcast: With New Leader, Where Does Boeing Defense Go Now?

Apr 01, 2022
Aviation Week editors discuss Ted Colbert's appointment and the challenges he faces as the new head of Boeing's $26 billion defense and space unit.
Defense and Space

Podcast: China, Boeing And A Mysterious Crash

Mar 24, 2022
Aviation Week editors and guest Richard Aboulafia delve into the implications of this week’s tragic 737-800 crash in China and where the investigation stands.
Air Transport

Podcast: Putin’s War And Commercial Aviation

Mar 10, 2022
Bank of America’s Ron Epstein joins our experts to assess the industry’s reliance on Russian metals and whether lessors could lose hundreds of aircraft.
Aerospace

Podcast: Tier 2 Aerospace Suppliers At Breaking Point

By Michael Bruno Mar 04, 2022
The aerospace and defense recovery after the pandemic is expected to continue, but the industry faces several headwinds and not everyone will benefit equally. Listen in to hear why Tier 2 in the supply chain warrants close scrutiny as a point of concern in coming years.
MRO

Podcast: AAM Skeptic Vs. AAM Booster

Feb 22, 2022
Will the AAM market grow to $50 billion a year? Listen in as Richard Aboulafia and Mike Dyment debate the merits, and Aviation Week’s Graham Warwick weighs in with his thoughts.
Aerospace

Podcast: Singapore Airshow Special

By Thierry Dubois Feb 15, 2022
Listen in as Aviation Week editors give their take on the 2022 edition of the Singapore Airshow and discuss key themes in defense and commercial at this year's event.
Singapore Airshow

Podcast: Is Airbus Unstoppable?

Feb 11, 2022
Boeing will have to pay a big price if it wants to bring the duopoly back to parity—and suppliers should be worried if it doesn’t.
Air Transport

Podcast: The Good, Bad, Ugly And Hopeful Story At Boeing

Feb 04, 2022
Amid ugly write downs and program woes, Boeing launches a new freighter, cashes in on an Airbus dispute and places a half-billion-dollar bet on the future. 
Air Transport

Podcast: Sizing Up the U.S. Defense Industrial Base

By Jen DiMascio Jan 26, 2022
Despite the challenges facing companies supplying the U.S. military, analysts Byron Callan and Steve Grundman see signs of strength and evolution.
Defense and Space