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Aviation Week & Space Technology editors take a look at some of the bigger-picture issues in the world of aerospace and defense

Latest Episodes

Commercial Aerospace Business Forecast: Down but Not Out

The Boeing 737 MAX fiasco has become a punch to the gut for the commercial aerospace market this year, and when combined with China and European trade wars and tariffs, the sector will emerge bruised and scratched. But longer term, advisers still see growth and exciting changes as new technologies alter everything from how aircraft fly to how companies make money. Aviation Week Senior Business Editor Michael Bruno talks with Accenture Global A&D Lead John Schmidt and North American A&D Lead Brian Legan.

21 MIN3 d ago
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Commercial Aerospace Business Forecast: Down but Not Out

Podcast: A big lift for Army aviation?

As the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual meeting set to begin on Oct. 14 in Washington DC, the service’s leadership has embarked on the most ambitious modernization agenda for the aviation branch in over 40 years. Within a decade, the Army hopes to field a new attack reconnaissance aircraft and a long range assault aircraft with greater speed, range and payload than anything it operates today. Aviation Week editors Lee Hudson, Steve Trimble and Graham Warwick look at the current state of two competitive prototyping programs now underway, and raise questions about the affordability and benefits of the Army’s goals.

22 MIN5 d ago
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Podcast: A big lift for Army aviation?

Sustainability And Speed ‘Downunder’

Are these seemingly mutually exclusive goals attainable in an increasingly environmentally concerned world? It was on the agenda at the International Society for Air Breathing Engines (ISABE) conference in Canberra, Australia, from where senior editor Guy Norris discusses everything from biofuels and more electric aviation to hypersonics and long range commercial operations with the Society’s Prof. Ric Parker and Prof. Andrew Neely.

11 MIN2 w ago
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Sustainability And Speed ‘Downunder’

Podcast: U.S. and Europe Nearing Aerospace Trade War

Aviation Week Executive Editor Jens Flottau and Senior Business Editor Michael Bruno explain how Europe and the U.S. find themselves on the precipice of a ruling that could prevent U.S. airlines from taking delivery of Airbus aircraft and European airlines from accepting Boeing ones.

17 MIN3 w ago
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Podcast: U.S. and Europe Nearing Aerospace Trade War

A New Century Series For the Air Force?

In an exclusive interview, Air Force acquisition chief Will Roper lays out a plan for a new way to make a “century series” of aircraft. Aviation Week editors Steve Trimble, Lee Hudson and Jen DiMascio process what that might mean for the military and current manufacturing base.

25 MINSEP 20
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A New Century Series For the Air Force?

Podcast: Why the U.S. Military Can’t Go It Alone

Pentagon veteran Steve Grundman joins Aviation Week editors to discuss the state of U.S. cooperation with military allies

17 MINSEP 13
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Podcast: Why the U.S. Military Can’t Go It Alone

Can the Aerospace Industry Shake its White, Male Image?

Aerospace and defense companies increasingly recognize that adding a more diverse workforce can help it become more competitive globally, but this year’s workforce study by Aviation Week, in partnership with AIA and AIAA points to the fact that there is more work to be done.

16 MINSEP 6
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Can the Aerospace Industry Shake its White, Male Image?

Can Aerospace Shrug Off Trade Wars and the MAX?

Aviation Week editors discuss how the analysts remain optimistic for the prospects of the aerospace and defense industry despite the U.S. trade war with China, rising deficits and Boeing’s difficulties with the 737 MAX.

16 MINAUG 30
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Can Aerospace Shrug Off Trade Wars and the MAX?

Fast Five: John McKenna, Chairman of Recreational Aviation Foundation

John McKenna, Chairman of Recreational Aviation Foundation speaks with William Garvey, editor-in-chief of Business & Commercial Aviation.

7 MINAUG 28
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Fast Five: John McKenna, Chairman of Recreational Aviation Foundation

Propulsion—The Power Behind Aviation (and Space)

Advances in aerospace vehicles almost always follow advances in propulsion. And propulsion technology continues to advance, creating new opportunities. So what is in store for the future? Attending the AIAA Propulsion & Energy conference in Indianapolis, senior editor Guy Norris and technology editor Graham Warwick discuss possibilities raging from nuclear rockets to electric aircraft.

18 MINAUG 24
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Propulsion—The Power Behind Aviation (and Space)

Latest Episodes

Commercial Aerospace Business Forecast: Down but Not Out

The Boeing 737 MAX fiasco has become a punch to the gut for the commercial aerospace market this year, and when combined with China and European trade wars and tariffs, the sector will emerge bruised and scratched. But longer term, advisers still see growth and exciting changes as new technologies alter everything from how aircraft fly to how companies make money. Aviation Week Senior Business Editor Michael Bruno talks with Accenture Global A&D Lead John Schmidt and North American A&D Lead Brian Legan.

21 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Commercial Aerospace Business Forecast: Down but Not Out

Podcast: A big lift for Army aviation?

As the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual meeting set to begin on Oct. 14 in Washington DC, the service’s leadership has embarked on the most ambitious modernization agenda for the aviation branch in over 40 years. Within a decade, the Army hopes to field a new attack reconnaissance aircraft and a long range assault aircraft with greater speed, range and payload than anything it operates today. Aviation Week editors Lee Hudson, Steve Trimble and Graham Warwick look at the current state of two competitive prototyping programs now underway, and raise questions about the affordability and benefits of the Army’s goals.

22 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Podcast: A big lift for Army aviation?

Sustainability And Speed ‘Downunder’

Are these seemingly mutually exclusive goals attainable in an increasingly environmentally concerned world? It was on the agenda at the International Society for Air Breathing Engines (ISABE) conference in Canberra, Australia, from where senior editor Guy Norris discusses everything from biofuels and more electric aviation to hypersonics and long range commercial operations with the Society’s Prof. Ric Parker and Prof. Andrew Neely.

11 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Sustainability And Speed ‘Downunder’

Podcast: U.S. and Europe Nearing Aerospace Trade War

Aviation Week Executive Editor Jens Flottau and Senior Business Editor Michael Bruno explain how Europe and the U.S. find themselves on the precipice of a ruling that could prevent U.S. airlines from taking delivery of Airbus aircraft and European airlines from accepting Boeing ones.

17 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Podcast: U.S. and Europe Nearing Aerospace Trade War

A New Century Series For the Air Force?

In an exclusive interview, Air Force acquisition chief Will Roper lays out a plan for a new way to make a “century series” of aircraft. Aviation Week editors Steve Trimble, Lee Hudson and Jen DiMascio process what that might mean for the military and current manufacturing base.

25 MINSEP 20
Comments
A New Century Series For the Air Force?

Podcast: Why the U.S. Military Can’t Go It Alone

Pentagon veteran Steve Grundman joins Aviation Week editors to discuss the state of U.S. cooperation with military allies

17 MINSEP 13
Comments
Podcast: Why the U.S. Military Can’t Go It Alone

Can the Aerospace Industry Shake its White, Male Image?

Aerospace and defense companies increasingly recognize that adding a more diverse workforce can help it become more competitive globally, but this year’s workforce study by Aviation Week, in partnership with AIA and AIAA points to the fact that there is more work to be done.

16 MINSEP 6
Comments
Can the Aerospace Industry Shake its White, Male Image?

Can Aerospace Shrug Off Trade Wars and the MAX?

Aviation Week editors discuss how the analysts remain optimistic for the prospects of the aerospace and defense industry despite the U.S. trade war with China, rising deficits and Boeing’s difficulties with the 737 MAX.

16 MINAUG 30
Comments
Can Aerospace Shrug Off Trade Wars and the MAX?

Fast Five: John McKenna, Chairman of Recreational Aviation Foundation

John McKenna, Chairman of Recreational Aviation Foundation speaks with William Garvey, editor-in-chief of Business & Commercial Aviation.

7 MINAUG 28
Comments
Fast Five: John McKenna, Chairman of Recreational Aviation Foundation

Propulsion—The Power Behind Aviation (and Space)

Advances in aerospace vehicles almost always follow advances in propulsion. And propulsion technology continues to advance, creating new opportunities. So what is in store for the future? Attending the AIAA Propulsion & Energy conference in Indianapolis, senior editor Guy Norris and technology editor Graham Warwick discuss possibilities raging from nuclear rockets to electric aircraft.

18 MINAUG 24
Comments
Propulsion—The Power Behind Aviation (and Space)