Podcast: IATA Targets Net Zero Emissions For Beleaguered Airline Industry

By Jens Flottau Oct 07, 2021
The world’s airlines gathered in Boston this week for the IATA AGM after a bruising last 18 months that has also seen sustainability rise up the agenda. Listen in as Aviation Week editors discuss what they were hearing at the event.
Air Transport

Podcast: How 9/11 Unfolded At Aviation Week

Sep 10, 2021
Aviation Week editors witnessed terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, and flew on missions guarding the capital. Listen to their stories.

Podcast: Europe’s Travel Restrictions and the Fate of Aviation’s Recovery

Sep 02, 2021
Will surging COVID infections push back a recovery in aviation? Listen in to find out.
Air Transport

Podcast: A New Player In The Transatlantic Market: How Will JetBlue Shake Things Up?

By Karen Walker Aug 12, 2021
Aviation Week Network editors discuss what could be one of the most significant developments in long-haul commercial air travel as New York’s JetBlue starts daily service to London.
Air Transport

Podcast: Behind The Headlines At Boeing And Airbus

Aug 05, 2021
Listen in as Aviation Week editors discuss why Boeing’s next clean sheet airplane may be a long way off and why Airbus’ CEO is mad at a key supplier.

Podcast: Collins Aerospace’s Aftermarket Plans

By James Pozzi Jul 22, 2021
Will the COVID-19 crisis lead to a different aftermarket for OEMs looking to grow their presence? Collins Aerospace’s Colin Mahoney talks about how the landscape may alter post-crisis.

Podcast: Winners And Losers In United’s Big Aircraft Order

Jul 08, 2021
Listen in as Aviation Week editors delve into the nuances of United Airlines’ decision to buy 270 Boeing 737 MAXs and Airbus A321neos and what it means for the regional jet market.
Air Transport

Podcast: What can companies and individuals do to encourage race and gender equity?

By Lee Ann Shay Jul 01, 2021
Bird Guess, president/CEO of The Racial Equity Group, and Dr. Rebecca Keiser, chief of research security strategy and policy at the National Science Foundation, provide context and concrete actions.

Podcast: EAA Chairman Jack Pelton Talks GA And AirVenture 2021

By Molly McMillin Jun 25, 2021
EAA’s AirVenture Oshkosh returns next month following the cancellation of the 2020 show because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Podcast: Giddy And Nervous In LA

By Michael Bruno Jun 11, 2021
Aviation Week Business Editor Michael Bruno talks to experts about the state of the industry at the 2021 SpeedNews Commercial Aviation Industry Supplier Conference.
Leader Interviews

Podcast: NTSB’s Robert Sumwalt On Next Steps For Safety

By Lee Ann Shay Jun 09, 2021
Before his retirement on June 30, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt shares insights into some key things that would make the aviation industry safer—and how to do it.
Leader Interviews

Podcast: Will Aircraft Production Come Roaring Back?

May 27, 2021
Both Airbus and Boeing are looking at big boosts in production of their narrowbody jets. But with some regions of the world still closed to outsiders, the widebody market is a different story.

Podcast: Insights From EBACE Connect

By Lee Ann Shay May 20, 2021
BCA editors share their insights from key topics discussed at EBACE Connect and what they mean for the business aviation industry. 
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Podcast: JetClub Launches in Europe

By Bill Carey May 05, 2021
BCA editor Bill Carey speaks with Vishal Hiremath, co-founder of fractional ownership company JetIt, about plans to launch sister company JetClub in Europe.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Podcast: Cyber Threats on Aviation - Know The Vulnerabilities

By Lee Ann Shay Apr 23, 2021
Understand the internal and external cybersecurity threats to aviation companies—as well as the weakest links.

Podcast: Behind The Scenes At Sun ‘n Fun

By Molly McMillin Apr 15, 2021
Greg Gibson, Sun ‘n Fun airshow director and chief marketing officer, speaks with Molly McMillin, Aviation Week managing editor of business aviation, about the return of the aerospace expo and the importance of the show, following last year’s cancellation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business Aviation

Podcast: Boeing’s Latest 737 MAX Headache

Apr 15, 2021
Power unit glitch forces new MAX groundings and adds to quality control woes. But is it a storm in a teacup? Listen in as Aviation Week’s editors analyze Boeing’s latest challenge.
Air Transport

Podcast: Is U.S. Aviation Leading the Way out of the COVID Crisis?

Apr 09, 2021
Air travel is surging back in the U.S., but the opposite is happening in other regions. Aviation Week’s editors and forecasters explain why—and what it means for airlines and aircraft manufacturers.
Air Transport

Podcast: Etihad’s Maintenance Plans

By James Pozzi Apr 05, 2021
With a near 50-50 split of in-house fleet and third-party maintenance work, Etihad Airways Engineering reassessed its strategy to navigate the COVID-19 crisis.

Podcast: Readying MRO Capacity

By James Pozzi Mar 27, 2021
While demand for many maintenance services has been greatly impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, companies are readying themselves for better days.

Podcast: Should Aerospace Fear the Red Dragon or Ride It?

By Michael Bruno Mar 25, 2021
China could become the world’s largest commercial aviation system by the middle of the decade. Up to recently, Western suppliers were integral to the Asia giant’s aerospace development, and the relationship was mutually beneficial.

Podcast: Why Delta Is Testing Airplane Structural Monitoring Sensors

By Lee Ann Shay Mar 23, 2021
Delta Air Lines installed sensors on the WiFi antenna area of an aircraft to test structural health monitoring. Could this be a step toward moving airframe MRO to a more predictive maintenance model, similar to that used by engines?

Podcast: UAM Skeptics On The Hot Seat

Mar 15, 2021
Nineteen months after they predicted UAM would be a niche market, Aviation Week’s Graham Warwick and Teal Group’s Richard Aboulafia are back to address why investors are now pouring billions of dollars into the emerging sector. 

Podcast: Building Aftermarket and Infrastructure for Advanced Air Mobility

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Mar 11, 2021
As advanced air mobility gets closer to becoming a reality, aviation is turning its focus toward building up the ecosystem needed to operate and maintain eVTOLs.

Podcast: Learjet - An Inside View From Those Who’ve Been There

By Molly McMillin Mar 10, 2021
Don Grommesh, Bill Lear’s employee No. 8, served as chief engineer, vice president of Learjet engineering and vice president and general manager of customer service. Al Higdon, Joined Lear Jet in 1964 and helped make Learjet a household name. Higdon, now retired, is co-founder of Sullivan, Higdon & Sink, now Signal Theory. Dave Franson, joined Learjet as director of public affairs from 1997 and served for seven years. Franson is now president of the Wichita Aero Club.
Business Aviation