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Aviation Week & Space Technology
Industry Optimistic About Trendsetting Eurodrone
The four-nation Eurodrone has been designed to allow capability growth as nations eye new missions for the MALE UAS.
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NASA’s DART To Test Planetary Defenses
Spacecraft will collide with asteroid in hopes of learning how to deflect threats to Earth.
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Opinion: How The U.S. Should Respond To Looming Space Race
With China and Russia demonstrating dangerous new technologies, the U.S. must invest only in solutions that can outpace the threat.
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787 Production Slows As Boeing Struggles To Satisfy FAA
Program is likely to total 14 deliveries in 2021 with no sign of when handovers will resume.
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A Decade Between eVTOL First Flights Shows Advances Beyond Technology

By Graham Warwick Dec 01, 2021
Volocopter co-founder Thomas Senkel links two eVTOLs a decade apart.
Urban & Unmanned Aviation

Methods Of Curbing Contrails Taking Shape

By Thierry Dubois Dec 01, 2021
As Etihad adopts Satavia’s tool to explore mitigation techniques, ways to prevent contrail formation appear achievable.
Emerging Technologies

The Week In Defense, Dec. 1-8, 2021

By Jen DiMascio Dec 01, 2021
Chinese show of force near Taiwan; LaPlante to lead Pentagon acquisitions; SOCOM orders 6 Chinooks; and the U.S. finishes posture review.
Budget, Policy & Operations

India Building Defense Technologies To Increase Exports

By Jen DiMascio Nov 30, 2021
DRDO Chairman G. Satheesh Reddy says the nation has a road map to boost weapon sales dramatically in five years.
Missile Defense & Weapons

The Week In Technology, Nov. 30-Dec.3, 2021

By Graham Warwick Nov 30, 2021
Heart picks Aernnova; DLR’s hybrid SynergIE; Smooth-flying Celera; Skydweller and Telefonica; Renault’s flying 4.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Norway Outlines Defense Plans Amid Military Overhaul

By Brian Everstine Nov 29, 2021
New government’s platform calls for continued air, maritime surveillance investments.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Opinion: ‘Contempt For Thought’ At Toulouse Airport

By Antoine Gelain Nov 26, 2021
The airport’s revised passenger flow impedes travelers from doing what they have come to the airport to do.
Airports & Routes

UAE’s First Fighter Paves Way For Bigger Sister

By Steve Trimble Nov 25, 2021
Calidus previews new pursuit of a heavy surveillance aircraft follow-up to Bader 250 light-attack fighter.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Exports Boost The A400M, But Availability Challenges Remain

By Tony Osborne Nov 24, 2021
Resolving the A400M’s issues is particularly important for the UK as it prepares to retire the C-130J Hercules.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Regional Aircraft Market To Feature New Engines, Models

By Guy Norris Nov 24, 2021
ATR moves to upgraded powerplant as Embraer turboprop talks continue.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Interactive Map: Russian Naval Aviation Bases

By Piotr Butowski Nov 24, 2021
The Russian Navy comprises four fleets operating in the Atlantic, Arctic and Pacific oceans as well as the Baltic, Black and Caspian seas.
Budget, Policy & Operations

Airbus Gears Up To Digitalize Europe’s Defense

By Tony Osborne Nov 24, 2021
Airbus Defense and Space CEO Michael Schoellhorn discusses the company’s upcoming major European programs.
Missile Defense & Weapons

SAF Startups Alder And Prometheus Want To Decarbonize Aviation

By Graham Warwick Nov 24, 2021
American and United airlines have bet on startups promising aviation fuels with low to negative carbon intensity.
Emerging Technologies

Air Arabia Plays Its Strengths To Return To Profits Early

By Jens Flottau Nov 23, 2021
The Sharjah-based low-cost carrier is moving aircraft to its best-performing bases and has seen better results than most competitors.
Airlines & Lessors

The Week in Technology, Nov. 22-26, 2021

By Graham Warwick Nov 22, 2021
Astroscale’s docking port; Synthetic avgas; Kinetic launch; Next-gen gyroplane; Blood delivery by UAS.
Emerging Technologies

Airline Labor Shortages, Operational Issues, Unlikely To Fade Soon

By Ben Goldstein Nov 22, 2021
Staffing shortages and chronic delays look likely to extend into 2022.
Airlines & Lessors

New Positions, Promotions, Honors And Elections, Nov. 22, 2021

Nov 19, 2021
Recent appointments, promotions and honors in the aviation and aerospace industry.
Aviation Week & Space Technology

First Take, Nov. 22, 2021

By Graham Warwick Nov 19, 2021
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.

Russian Anti-Satellite Test Sparks International Outrage

By Brian Everstine Nov 19, 2021
Test adds more than 1,500 pieces of trackable orbital debris.

Letters From Our Readers, Nov. 22, 2021

Nov 19, 2021
Readers write about satellite technology experiments and engines for unleaded avgas, plus a behind-the-scenes look at the Dubai Airshow.
Aviation Week & Space Technology

As A Pureplay Aero Engine Leader, What Happens Next With GE?

By Michael Bruno Nov 18, 2021
It is almost certain that some years from now, a new A&D behemoth will be born from GE Aviation. But when and how?
Aircraft & Propulsion