Podcast: The Battle for Spirit Airlines

By Karen Walker May 12, 2022
Our editors discuss competing bids to acquire U.S. ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines and how the outcome could change the U.S. airline landscape.
Air Transport

Podcast: Airbus Up, Boeing Down And The Diverging Duopoly

By Michael Bruno May 06, 2022
First-quarter 2022 financial reports from Airbus and Boeing were snapshots of the different fates the two leading airframers face. Listen in as Aviation Week editors Jens Flottau, Guy Norris and Michael Bruno discuss the increasingly diverging paths within the duopoly.

Podcast: IATA DG Willie Walsh On Challenges Airlines Are Facing Ramping Back Up

By Karen Walker May 05, 2022
As air transport recovers to normal levels in much of the world, IATA Director General Willie Walsh discusses the issues carriers are now contending with, how the market is changing and the outlook for the industry. 
Air Transport

Podcast: How Can The U.S. Pilot Shortage Be Resolved?

By Karen Walker Apr 28, 2022
Listen in as Aviation Week and ATW air transport editors discuss the pilot shortage U.S. airlines are grappling with during the post-pandemic rebound.
Air Transport

Podcast: Interview Exclusive With Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Minicucci

By Karen Walker Apr 21, 2022
The leader of Alaska Airlines talks with ATW Editor-in-Chief Karen Walker about 2022 goals, customer service, sustainability and innovation.

Podcast: Green Ambitions: Etihad CEO Tony Douglas Outlines Sustainability Efforts

By Karen Walker Apr 14, 2022
Listen in as Etihad CEO Tony Douglas sits down with Aviation Week's Karen Walker to discuss a range of topics, including how the airline is striving to become more sustainable.

Podcast: UK Air Travel: A Perfect Storm Of COVID And Chaos

By Karen Walker Apr 08, 2022
As demand for air travel returns, why have some airports and airlines in the UK struggled to ramp up operations accordingly? Aviation Week air transport editors discuss how we got here and whether the chaos was inevitable or avoidable.
Air Transport

Podcast: Inside Boom Supersonic

Apr 07, 2022
As the company readies its flight demonstrator, CEO Blake Scholl explains how he plans to revive supersonic air travel.

Podcast: Masks Off?

By Karen Walker Mar 31, 2022
In this first episode of Aviation Week Network's new air transport podcast, Window Seat, editors discuss the fast-changing attitudes and rules related to mask wearing in airports and onboard airliners.
Air Transport

Podcast: China, Boeing And A Mysterious Crash

Mar 24, 2022
Aviation Week editors and guest Richard Aboulafia delve into the implications of this week’s tragic 737-800 crash in China and where the investigation stands.
Air Transport

Podcast: Putin’s War And Commercial Aviation

Mar 10, 2022
Bank of America’s Ron Epstein joins our experts to assess the industry’s reliance on Russian metals and whether lessors could lose hundreds of aircraft.

Podcast: AAM Skeptic Vs. AAM Booster

Feb 22, 2022
Will the AAM market grow to $50 billion a year? Listen in as Richard Aboulafia and Mike Dyment debate the merits, and Aviation Week’s Graham Warwick weighs in with his thoughts.

Podcast: Singapore Airshow Special

By Thierry Dubois Feb 15, 2022
Listen in as Aviation Week editors give their take on the 2022 edition of the Singapore Airshow and discuss key themes in defense and commercial at this year's event.
Singapore Airshow

Podcast: Is Airbus Unstoppable?

Feb 11, 2022
Boeing will have to pay a big price if it wants to bring the duopoly back to parity—and suppliers should be worried if it doesn’t.
Air Transport

Podcast: The Good, Bad, Ugly And Hopeful Story At Boeing

Feb 04, 2022
Amid ugly write downs and program woes, Boeing launches a new freighter, cashes in on an Airbus dispute and places a half-billion-dollar bet on the future. 
Air Transport

Podcast: What Could Go Wrong In 2022

Jan 14, 2022
As the aerospace industry learns to live with COVID, it faces other big challenges from a stressed supply chain to geopolitical disruptions. Listen in as our editors discuss.

Podcast: Aviation Vs. 5G

Jan 07, 2022
White House-brokered negotiations helped airlines dodge a bullet—for now. Listen in as our editors explain why the aviation industry is so concerned.
Air Transport

Podcast: Why Can't Boeing Deliver the 787?

Dec 03, 2021
Listen in as Aviation Week editors unpack the complicated set of problems that have beset the revolutionary aircraft program.

Podcast: FlyZero’s Greener Goals

By Guy Norris Nov 25, 2021
In the wake of the COP26 Climate conference Aviation Week editors talk to leaders of FlyZero, a UK government-backed Aerospace Technology Institute project targeting zero-carbon emission commercial aviation by 2030. 

Podcast: Behind the A380’s Downfall

Oct 28, 2021
Why the world’s largest passenger airplane never gained market lift — and what it means for the widebody segment.

Podcast: IATA Targets Net Zero Emissions For Beleaguered Airline Industry

By Jens Flottau Oct 07, 2021
The world’s airlines gathered in Boston this week for the IATA AGM after a bruising last 18 months that has also seen sustainability rise up the agenda. Listen in as Aviation Week editors discuss what they were hearing at the event.
Air Transport

Podcast: How 9/11 Unfolded At Aviation Week

Sep 10, 2021
Aviation Week editors witnessed terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, and flew on missions guarding the capital. Listen to their stories.

Podcast: Europe’s Travel Restrictions and the Fate of Aviation’s Recovery

Sep 02, 2021
Will surging COVID infections push back a recovery in aviation? Listen in to find out.
Air Transport

Podcast: A New Player In The Transatlantic Market: How Will JetBlue Shake Things Up?

By Karen Walker Aug 12, 2021
Aviation Week Network editors discuss what could be one of the most significant developments in long-haul commercial air travel as New York’s JetBlue starts daily service to London.
Air Transport

Podcast: Behind The Headlines At Boeing And Airbus

Aug 05, 2021
Listen in as Aviation Week editors discuss why Boeing’s next clean sheet airplane may be a long way off and why Airbus’ CEO is mad at a key supplier.