Michael Bruno

Michael Bruno
Senior Business Editor,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Based in Washington, Michael Bruno is Aviation Week Network’s Senior Business Editor and Community and Conference Content Manager. He covers aviation, aerospace and defense businesses, their supply chains and related issues. Since joining Aviation Week in 2005, Bruno also has covered U.S. federal budgets, regulatory issues and congressional affairs. Beyond reporting, he regularly hosts and helps organize Aviation Week’s conferences and events, or speaks at outside events.

For six years through 2012, Bruno was managing editor of a multi-publication team of defense and space reporters and freelancers that garnered three Jesse H. Neal business journalism awards, called "the Pulitzer Prize of business media." He has received two Neals himself, and has been a finalist for other awards including the annual media awards at the Paris and Farnborough airshows. Bruno started Aviation Week & Space Technology’s Going Concerns business column in 2015.

Before Aviation Week, Michael was a staff writer for the Washington Post and Bloomberg BNA. He has a master's in print journalism from Syracuse University and a bachelor's from Vanderbilt University.

Articles

Muilenburg Out As Boeing Chairman; Will Remain CEO 
Boeing has split its CEO and chairman roles, demoting Dennis Muilenburg on the board of directors, and naming David Calhoun as chair.
Muilenburg Removed as Chairman of Boeing; to Remain CEO  11
Boeing has demoted Dennis Muilenburg on the board of directors, and giving the chair seat to the company’s leading independent director, David Calhoun, in the wake of the 737 MAX fiasco. Muilenburg will remain president and CEO.
Accenture: Civil Aerospace Market Growth Halved For ‘19 
Accenture’s aerospace and defense practice now sees the overall 2019 commercial aerospace market growing only 2.5% year-over-year, compared with 4.7% in 2018.
Triumph Sells Another Unit To TECT Aerospace 
Triumph Group’s continued breakup to the benefit of TECT Aerospace has rolled along with a deal for Triumph’s assembly operations in Nashville, Tennessee.
Shareholders OK Raytheon-United Technologies Merger 
Raytheon and United Technologies shareowners “overwhelmingly” approved all proposals necessary to complete the merger of UTC’s aerospace businesses—Collins Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney—with Raytheon, the companies announced Oct. 11.
Shareholders Approve UTC/Raytheon Merger 
Raytheon and United Technologies shareowners “overwhelmingly” approved all shareholder proposals necessary to complete the merger of UTC’s aerospace businesses, comprising Collins Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney, with Raytheon.
Triumph Sells Another Unit To TECT Aerospace 
Triumph Group’s continued breakup to the benefit of TECT Aerospace rolled on Oct. 10 with a deal over Triumph’s Nashville, Tennessee, assembly operations.
Triumph Sells Another Unit To TECT Aerospace 
Triumph Group’s continued breakup to the benefit of TECT Aerospace rolled on Oct. 10 with a deal over Triumph’s Nashville, Tennessee, assembly operations.
Where There Is And Isn’t Excitement In Business Jets  2
Since new products drive so much of the tempo in business jets, expectations are rising for announcements at NBAA-BACEC, and analysts see the landscape shifting.
Ducommun Buys Ammo Feeder Specialist Nobles Worldwide 
Storied aerospace and defense supplier Ducommun announced Oct. 10 that it has acquired Nobles Worldwide, a designer and manufacturer of high-performance ammunition handling systems for military aircraft, helicopters, ground vehicles and shipboard systems.
U.S.-Europe Aviation Tariff Disputes: Questions And Answers 
A look at how the World Trade Organization decisions and subsequent government moves will affect the aviation industry.
Thales Raises Sales, Operating Performance Forecast 
French aerospace and defense provider Thales on Oct. 3 raised sales and operating performance forecast for the coming years, with the benefits of recently acquired software security company Gemalto “offsetting a more uncertain outlook in the commercial space market and no growth in transport.”
New-Space Holding Company Formed 
New-space investing is continuing its heady climb in 2019, with the market’s first vertically integrated holding company, Voyager Space Holdings, announced Oct. 2.
Boeing-Embraer Commercial Tie-Up Delayed Until Early 2020 
Boeing and Embraer on Oct. 3 formally acknowledged that they do not expect their commercial aircraft joint venture deal to close until “early 2020” after the European Commission indicated its competition review will extend into a Phase II.
Boeing-Embraer Commercial Tie-Up Delayed Until Early 2020 
Boeing and Embraer on Oct. 3 formally acknowledged that they do not expect their commercial aircraft joint venture deal to close until “early 2020” after the European Commission indicated its competition review will extend into a Phase II.
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