Podcast: The Race To Replace The F-22 Raptor Begins

By Brian Everstine May 24, 2023
The U.S. Air Force plans to award a contract for a fighter aircraft to replace the F-22 Raptor in 2024.
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Podcast: A Call To Help The FAA

May 19, 2023
Aerospace Industries Association chief Eric Fanning joins our reporters to talk about the FAA's leadership woes and chronic underfunding of ATC.
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Podcast: Bombardier Doubles Down On Wichita Site

By Molly McMillin May 15, 2023
Listen in as Bombardier's Tonya Sudduth talks about what making Wichita its U.S. headquarters has meant for that site and how it fits into the OEM's strategy.
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Podcast: Explaining Pratt & Whitney's Durability Problem

May 11, 2023
What's behind the grounding of scores of airplanes and how Pratt is working to fix it.
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Podcast: JetZero’s Challenge To The Airbus-Boeing Duopoly

May 02, 2023
Dual-use aircraft could serve as a military tanker while ushering Northrop Grumman into the airliner business.
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Podcast: Can Boeing Rebound In China?

Apr 17, 2023
Deliveries have plummeted and Airbus is doubling down with a new assembly line. Analysts Sash Tusa and Richard Aboulafia join Aviation Week editors to discuss.
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Podcast: Why Virgin Orbit Went Bankrupt

Apr 06, 2023
Richard Branson’s launch venture ran out of cash. Could a buyer pick up the valuable pieces?
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Podcast: Farewell MD-11 As Cargo Market Moves On

By Helen Massy-Beresford Mar 31, 2023
Listen in as Aviation Week editors discuss the McDonnell Douglas MD-11’s legacy now that FedEx and UPS have both announced plans to retire the trijet.
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Podcast: Hydrogen Hype?

Mar 23, 2023
The complex path to hydrogen propulsion, and why air travel will get more expensive.
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Podcast: AIR CEO Rani Plaut Discusses Personal-Use eVTOLs

By Ben Goldstein Mar 20, 2023
Listen in to hear about progress of the AIR One, a two-seater eVTOL marketed as a personal daily commuter vehicle for those with a pilot’s license.
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Podcast: Where Was AAM? The Future Of Vertical Flight

Mar 15, 2023
Rotorcraft are ripe for disruption, but eVTOL makers were largely absent at the signature Heli-Expo show.
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Podcast: Why Big Planes Are Big Business

Mar 01, 2023
Airbus and Boeing will be building a lot more A350s, A330neos, 787s and 777Xs in the coming years—Wall Street analyst Rob Spingarn explains why.

Podcast: Will India Be Aviation’s Next China?

Feb 23, 2023
Aviation Week’s team discusses Air India’s massive aircraft order and defense highlights from Aero India.

Podcast: Hot Air Or High Tech? China’s Spy Balloon

Feb 10, 2023
Listen in as Aviation Week editors discuss a week of high drama, including the shootdown of China's balloon and the future of high-altitude surveillance.
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Podcast: Can Aviation Suppliers Catch Up?

Feb 02, 2023
Listen in as business editor Michael Bruno and analysts Richard Aboulafia and Rob Epstein discuss aerospace's big problem.

Podcast: End Of The Line For Boeing’s 747

Jan 26, 2023
Listen in as Aviation Week editors reflect on the 747's beginning and its legacy. 
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Podcast: Have Airbus And Boeing Turned The Corner On Production?

Jan 12, 2023
December delivery figures suggest the airplane manufacturers’ supply chain, quality and labor problems may be easing. Listen to our team break down the numbers.

Podcast: Will M&A Heat Up in 2023?

Jan 06, 2023
Dealmaking slowed down in the second half of 2022, but the year ended with a bang.

Podcast: Boom Or Bust?

Dec 21, 2022
Listen in as three Aviation Week editors discuss—and sometimes debate—whether Boom’s new supersonic engine plan is for real.
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Podcast: Why Embraer Is Putting Its Turboprop On Ice

Dec 14, 2022
Is propulsion falling behind airframers’ ambitions? Listen in as our editors break it down.
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Podcast: Airbus Outlines The Future Of Sustainable Air Travel

By Karen Walker Nov 30, 2022
Listen in as Aviation Week editors report from the Airbus Summit in Toulouse.
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Podcast: Archer Races Midnight Air Taxi Toward Production

By Carole Rickard Hedden Nov 17, 2022
As Archer Aviation unveils its four-passenger production air taxi, the Midnight, Aviation Week editors discuss the shifting competitive dynamics in the nascent advanced air mobility market where three rival OEMs with differing approaches push toward FAA certification and operation. 

Podcast: Boeing’s Latest NMA Plan—No More Aircraft

Nov 10, 2022
Aviation Week editors are skeptical of CEO Dave Calhoun’s new commercial airliner timeline.
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Podcast: Can The Defense Industry Cope With Inflation?

By Jen DiMascio Nov 04, 2022
The industry is looking to digitalization to offset higher prices and workforce challenges.
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Podcast: A Look At Today’s Student Pilots and Mechanics

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 27, 2022
What does the talent pipeline look like and is training evolving to better train for competency? Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University President Barry Butler talks with Aviation Week.
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