Aviation Week & Space Technology editors take a look at some of the bigger-picture issues in the world of aerospace and defense
Military Aircraft Opportunities in Europe
In addition to a planned uptick in defense spending in the UK, nations across Europe are planning to overhaul their fighter fleets in the coming decade.
Interview With Space Development Agency Director
Space Development Agency director Derek Tournear joins Aviation Week editors to discuss how its system of space tracking and transport satellites will revolutionize the U.S. military and the challenges it will face along the way.
Podcast: Flying and Buying, How COVID-19 is Changing Airline Strategies
With aircraft production poised to accelerate in 2021, an Aviation Week analysis of proprietary aircraft operational data shows the precipitous fall in utilization for many aircraft workhorses. Listen in as our editors break it all down.
Preparing Your Digital Supply Chain For The New World
Listen in as PwC’s experts discuss aerospace supply chain risks, prospects for consolidation and why “reshoring” of production is for real.
Podcast: Fast Five With Aviation Attorney Kent Jackson
Aviation attorney, pilot and Business & Commercial Aviation legal columnist tells pilots and mechanics how to stay out of trouble with the FAA, challenges facing airports and more.
Embraer’s CEO on the Breakup With Boeing and Going It Alone
Listen in as CEO Francisco Gomes Neto gives his side of Embraer’s breakup with Boeing, what he thinks of finding new partners, and how he plans to steer the Brazilian aircraft company through the COVID-19 storm.
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