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New Positions, Promotions, Honors And Elections, April 6, 2020

Apr 03, 2020
Recent appointments, promotions and honors in the aviation and aerospace industry.

Germany Plans Eurofighter, Super Hornet Split Buy

By Tony Osborne Apr 03, 2020
Germany expected to make Tornado replacement decision by April 12.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Governments Take Unprecedented Action To Protect Aviation

By Ben Goldstein Apr 03, 2020
Bailouts are in the works to help avoid bankruptcies, but they are distorting markets and raising aeropolitical questions.
Airlines & Lessors

Aerospace Calendar And Aviation Week Events, April 6, 2020

Apr 03, 2020
A roundup of upcoming conferences, exhibitions and summits.

Letters From Our Readers, April 6, 2020

Apr 03, 2020
Readers write about encouraging English language proficiency in aviation, airline COVID-19 mitigation cabin measures and airliner automation.

First Take, April 6, 2020

By Graham Warwick Apr 03, 2020
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Aerospace

OneWeb Bankrupt After Prime Backer Exits Amid Pandemic

By Irene Klotz Apr 02, 2020
Satellite operator’s assets include spacecraft, global spectrum rights and ground stations.
Space Symposium

How Will Bailouts Change The Airline Industry After COVID-19?

By Jens Flottau Apr 02, 2020
U.S. aid will boost five carriers that made half the world’s profits.
Airlines & Lessors

FARA Downselect Gives U.S. Army Configuration Options For Armed Scout

By Graham Warwick Apr 02, 2020
Unconventional compound rotorcraft faces off against winged helicopter to become the Army’s next armed scout.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Aerospace Supply Chain’s Worst Falloff Ever

By Michael Bruno Apr 02, 2020
2020 could be the worst ever for aviation OEMs and their supply chains. Questions continue to focus on how bad things will get.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Chinese Airline Domestic Capacity Responds To Policy

By Bradley Perrett Apr 01, 2020
Chinese flights are carrying light loads and earning low yields, but the government wants the industry to fly as much as possible.
Airlines & Lessors

Domestic Networks Provide Safety Net For Asian Carriers

By Adrian Schofield Apr 01, 2020
Airlines with strong domestic networks before COVID-19 could see a faster rebound than those relying on international connections.
Airlines & Lessors

Amid Pandemic, ULA Delivers Final AEHF Satellite Into Orbit

By Lee Hudson Apr 01, 2020
With 10 times the throughput of the heritage system, AEHF offers high-bandwidth, voice-recognizable communications for U.S. and Allies.
Space

UK/U.S. Thresher Project Points To Britain’s New Hypersonic Push

By Steve Trimble Apr 01, 2020
The UK confirms a new hypersonic weapon project with the U.S. as the UK Defense Ministry moves to leverage decades of expertise.
Missile Defense & Weapons

Hypersonic Defense Concept Targets Air Volumes

By Guy Norris Apr 01, 2020
The recently unveiled, though notional, Quartet Interceptor provides clues as to how some missile-defense architectures may evolve.
Missile Defense & Weapons

Cargo Operators Mobilize For COVID-19 Fight

By Helen Massy-Beresford Mar 31, 2020
Cargo industry pushes for greater flexibility to help keep medical equipment and other supplies moving.
Airlines & Lessors

Tempest Accelerates Toward End-of-Year Decision Milestone

By Tony Osborne Mar 28, 2020
Team Tempest partners remain hopeful that Japan can jump on board UK-led Tempest fighter project.
Aircraft & Propulsion

DARPA Automates Dogfighting To Develop Pilot Trust In AI In Combat

By Graham Warwick Mar 27, 2020
The coronavirus crisis postpones algorithmic competition, but DARPA pushes ahead with development of AI for air combat.
Emerging Technologies

U.S. Marines Sacrifice Key Aviation Assets

By Lee Hudson Mar 27, 2020
The U.S. Marine Corps proposes a massive force structure shift, the largest for the amphibious force in nearly two decades.
Budget, Policy & Operations

Governments Take Unprecedented Action To Protect Aviation In COVID-19 Crisis

By Ben Goldstein Mar 27, 2020
Financial support at an unprecedented scale is on its way in some countries.
Airlines & Lessors

GA-ASI Adapts Gray Eagle For U.S. Army's FVL Future

By Steve Trimble Mar 27, 2020
The U.S. Army's Future Vertical Lift program has focused on future rotorcraft, but GA-ASI pursues the MQ-1C role for Advanced UAS.
Defense and Space

FAA Leans On ATC Contingency Plans

By Bill Carey Mar 26, 2020
The virus that causes COVID-19 has disrupted operations at U.S. airport towers, approach control facilities and en route centers.
Airports & Routes

The Warbird Community Sees Preserving History As Its Purpose

By William Garvey Mar 26, 2020
“Anybody with enough money can buy one.”
Aircraft & Propulsion

KF-X Radar Prototype Close To Ground Testing

By Kim Minseok Mar 25, 2020
The demonstration phase of the KF-X radar program is over. A production-representative prototype is being built.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

Utility Seeks FAA-Approved Drone Model

By Bill Carey Mar 25, 2020
Solicitation asks manufacturers to supply a drone approved to fly beyond line of sight for transmission line inspections.
Urban & Unmanned Aviation

 

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