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Top Defense Aircraft Competitions

July 29

10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


From the U.S. quest to replace its Apache helicopters to India’s effort to replenish its air force fighter and naval rotorcraft fleets, every corner of the globe is looking for new military aircraft. Aviation Week editors highlight a few of those contests – to discuss how those are being affected by the COVID pandemic and how the fortunes of companies may rise or fall based on the outcomes.


Sponsored by Raytheon Technologies







What if China Shuts Off Access to Airbus or Boeing?

July 23

10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


In 2001 China accounted for 2% of commercial aircraft orders. By 2018 that had risen to 23%, and Chinese demand was a key driver of growth at Airbus, Boeing and western aviation suppliers. But as the Comac C919’s availability draws closer, could a deterioration of relations between Beijing and the West prompt China’s authoritarian leaders to curtail aircraft imports? And how long would it take Airbus and Boeing to recover from a big decline in Chinese sales?


Sponsored by Makino






Is Urban Air Mobility Ready for Prime-Time?

July 22

10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


Prototypes are flying, operational trials are beginning, financing for certification and production is in place, and initial commercial service could be just a few years away. Has the hype cycle peaked? Is urban air mobility ready to succeed in bringing aviation to a totally new market, making air taxis an everyday mode of transport in the world’s most congested cities?


Sponsored by Raytheon Technologies







Fireside Chat with Qatar Airways Group CEO Akbar Al Baker

July 21

9:00 EDT | 14:00 BST | 21:00 SGT


Join Aviation Week Network as Mr. Al Baker provides his perspective on how the worldwide airline industry should position itself to best survive the global pandemic and return to strength.






NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on a New Era of Spaceflight

July 17

14:30 EDT / 19:30 BST / 20:30 CEST


NASA and SpaceX showed that the U.S. could build a human-rated rocket and get American astronauts back into space. After the successful launch of the NASA’s Demo-2 mission, what is next for continuing the Commercial Crew flights to the ISS? And how will NASA build on that victory to keeping on track its ambitious plan to put boots on the Moon by 2024?


Sponsored by VELO3D









Combat Aircraft of the Future

July 16

10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


The U.S., Europe and the UK are chasing future combat aircraft platforms, but the sixth generation may be so much more than a modernized airframe, placing a heavy emphasis on autonomy and artificial intelligence. Along with sixth-generation fighter programs such as the U.S.’s Next Generation Air Dominance, the Franco-German Future Combat Air System and the UK’s Team Tempest, those nations are also pursuing unmanned platforms with intriguing names – Skyborg, Lanca and Mosquito.


Sponsored by KPMG








MRO Top Performers: Strategies for Leading Customer Satisfaction

July 14

10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


Supporting airline customers in their most difficult time in history has never been more important—from product reliability to technical support to parts cost and repair. The MRO/ATW/AeroDynamics 2020 MRO customer satisfaction survey indicates those that improved their rankings and those that have work to do.







Electrification: Dead End or the Future of Aviation?

July 10

10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


COVID-19 could prove to be the making or the breaking of the electrification of electric propulsion. Will the major industry players keep funding research? Can the startups find financing to continue developing electric aircraft? Will changes in how people want to fly create an opportunity for electric aviation?