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.

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: Airport Chaos Blame Game

By Karen Walker Jul 28, 2022
Why are European and UK airport and airline execs fighting about the air travel disruptions that have occurred this year, as people rush to fly again, instead of working together on solutions?
Air Transport

Podcast: Farnborough Returns With Sustainability The Hot Topic

By Alan Dron Jul 21, 2022
ATW Editors covering the airshow, back after a four-year gap, talk about the commercial air transport buzz, orders, technology announcements and that heatwave.
On Location

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: Boeing Commercial Chief Outlines Priorities Ahead Of Farnborough

By Karen Walker Jul 14, 2022
Stan Deal, president and CEO at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, talks about customer expectations, how Boeing will deliver, and expectations for the Farnborough Airshow.
On Location

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.

Podcast: Raising The U.S. Airline Pilot Age Cap

By Karen Walker Jul 06, 2022
A captain with a major U.S. airline talks about his campaign to raise the commercial pilot age cap to 68 and shares his views on why unions oppose a change.
Air Transport

Podcast: U.S. Pilot Shortage: What's Going On?

By Karen Walker Jun 29, 2022
Airlines and their representative organizations in America are expressing concerns about a long-term pilot shortage, yet pilot unions say there’s no shortage and are pressing for higher wages. U.S. editors at ATW and Aviation Week discuss the opposing views.
Air Transport

Podcast: Airline CEOs Discuss Industry Issues At The IATA Annual Meeting

By Karen Walker Jun 23, 2022
Aviation Week Network editors covering the 78th IATA AGM in Doha report on airline industry optimism and challenges as air traffic demand surges back.
Air Transport

Podcast: Window Seat At Aircraft Interiors Expo

By Thierry Dubois Jun 15, 2022
At Aircraft Interiors Expo this week in Hamburg, Aviation Week Network editors discuss the new products that have caught their attention, and share their thoughts about the major trends they see in cabin design and manufacturing.
Air Transport

Podcast: Why Asia-Pacific Carriers Are Upbeat Despite China’s Prolonged Closure

By David Casey Jun 09, 2022
Even though China’s borders remain largely closed, the recovery in Southeast Asia is in full swing.
Air Transport

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.

Podcast: Americas And Transatlantic Markets: What Airline Execs See

By Karen Walker Jun 02, 2022
A discussion on key themes and topics raised at the 2022 CAPA Americas & LCC Summit.
Air Transport

Podcast: Norse Atlantic CEO Explains Long-Haul Startup’s Strategy

By David Casey May 26, 2022
Can Norse Atlantic make a success of the low-cost transatlantic business model? Ahead of Norse's inaugural flight in June, CEO Bjørn Tore Larsen tells Routes Editor-in-Chief David Casey how the airline plans to succeed where others have failed.
Air Transport

Podcast: As Europe Recovers, Sustainability Takes Center Stage

By Victoria Moores May 19, 2022
This week’s Window Seat Podcast comes from Bergen, Norway, where decision-makers are gathering at Routes Europe to shape future airline networks.
Air Transport

Podcast: The Battle for Spirit Airlines

By Karen Walker May 12, 2022
Our editors discuss competing bids to acquire U.S. ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines and how the outcome could change the U.S. airline landscape.
Air Transport

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.

Podcast: IATA DG Willie Walsh On Challenges Airlines Are Facing Ramping Back Up

By Karen Walker May 05, 2022
As air transport recovers to normal levels in much of the world, IATA Director General Willie Walsh discusses the issues carriers are now contending with, how the market is changing and the outlook for the industry. 
Air Transport

Podcast: How Can The U.S. Pilot Shortage Be Resolved?

By Karen Walker Apr 28, 2022
Listen in as Aviation Week and ATW air transport editors discuss the pilot shortage U.S. airlines are grappling with during the post-pandemic rebound.
Air Transport

Podcast: Interview Exclusive With Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Minicucci

By Karen Walker Apr 21, 2022
The leader of Alaska Airlines talks with ATW Editor-in-Chief Karen Walker about 2022 goals, customer service, sustainability and innovation.

Podcast: Green Ambitions: Etihad CEO Tony Douglas Outlines Sustainability Efforts

By Karen Walker Apr 14, 2022
Listen in as Etihad CEO Tony Douglas sits down with Aviation Week's Karen Walker to discuss a range of topics, including how the airline is striving to become more sustainable.

Podcast: UK Air Travel: A Perfect Storm Of COVID And Chaos

By Karen Walker Apr 08, 2022
As demand for air travel returns, why have some airports and airlines in the UK struggled to ramp up operations accordingly? Aviation Week air transport editors discuss how we got here and whether the chaos was inevitable or avoidable.
Air Transport

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.