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. 
Check 6

Podcast: What’s Ahead For European Carriers?

By Victoria Moores Jan 26, 2023
From consolidation and summer operations to greenwashing and policy shifts, Altair Advisory’s Patrick Edmond joins to discuss what's next for European airlines.
Window Seat Podcast

Podcast: Growing Airline Connections

By Karen Walker Jan 19, 2023
After a decline in alliances, every airline now seems ready to either renew a partnership or start a new one. Why is collaboration back in vogue?
Air Transport

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.
Aerospace

Podcast: China’s Reopening—The View From Shanghai

By David Casey Jan 12, 2023
Now that international travel from China is back on the agenda, what is the outlook for outbound flying from the country and what challenges remain?
Air Transport

Podcast: Southwest Airlines’ Meltdown

By Karen Walker Jan 04, 2023
Editors discuss what happened to Southwest’s operations over the holidays and the potential implications of the IT meltdown on the wider industry.
Air Transport

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.
Air Transport

Podcast: Reviewing 2022 In The World Of Air Transport

By Karen Walker Dec 15, 2022
ATW editors discuss key events and trends in 2022 and look ahead to 2023.
Air Transport

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.
Business Aviation

Podcast: A Financial Outlook For The World’s Airlines

By Karen Walker Dec 07, 2022
IATA’s chief economist shares the latest forecast data and insights on where the global airline industry is headed through 2023.
Air Transport

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.
Air Transport

Podcast: Viva Aerobus CEO Talks Growth, Allegiant And Everything Else

By David Casey Nov 23, 2022
Juan Carlos Zuazua explains how the Mexican ULCC has accelerated its growth since the pandemic, taking advantage of the increasing appetite for low-cost air travel in its home market and the demise of other operators.
Air Transport

Podcast: U.S. Pilots Push For Higher Compensation

By Karen Walker Nov 17, 2022
Editors discuss why ALPA and other unions feel it’s the right time to demand significant pay increases and work terms.
Air Transport

Podcast: The Asia-Pacific Air Transport Recovery

By Karen Walker Nov 11, 2022
Aviation Week editors at the AAPA AGM in Bangkok discuss the growing optimism across the region’s airlines and airports.
Air Transport

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.
Air Transport

Podcast: Airlink CEO Explains Their Mission

By Karen Walker Nov 03, 2022
How this nonprofit links airline resources to humanitarian organizations in crises worldwide.
Air Transport

Podcast: Arab Carriers See Strong Traffic Rebound

By Karen Walker Oct 27, 2022
Airline execs gathered at the AACO AGM in Abu Dhabi to discuss the pandemic recovery, sustainability and technology.
Air Transport

Podcast: LCC Consolidation On The Cards In Vegas

By David Casey Oct 20, 2022
Airline CEOs have been in Las Vegas this week for Routes World 2022. Aviation Week Network's team on the ground discuss their key takeaways from the event, including a bullish outlook for some carriers, particularly ULCCs, and why certain markets appear ripe for consolidation.
Air Transport

Podcast: Latin American Carriers Reshape For Growth

By Karen Walker Oct 14, 2022
ATW and CAPA editors discuss the restructurings, mergers and startups that are changing the Latin American air transport market.
Air Transport

Podcast: Power Progress—New Engine Technologies Update

By Guy Norris Oct 13, 2022
Pushed by the drive for sustainability, novel propulsion systems that until relatively recently seemed years away are quickly coming into focus.
Aerospace

Podcast: A Critical Environmental Decision For ICAO

By Karen Walker Oct 07, 2022
Will the United Nations' aviation organization back airlines’ call for a carbon net-zero goal by 2050? 
Air Transport

Podcast: Global Outlook As Economic Pressures Bite

By David Casey Sep 28, 2022
Passenger traffic has rebounded strongly during the northern summer season, but airlines are approaching the winter months with renewed caution.
Air Transport

Podcast: Believe It Or Not, Widebodies Are Back

Sep 23, 2022
Nobody wanted a twin-aisle. Now there may not be enough of them. Listen in to find out why.
Aerospace

Podcast: Breaking Down Barriers To African Air Travel

By Victoria Moores Sep 22, 2022
Getting across Africa by air is so difficult that passengers often have to detour via Europe, but there is now a renewed push to make African air transport liberalization a reality. 
Air Transport

Podcast: The New United-Emirates Partnership

By Karen Walker Sep 16, 2022
A discussion on the groundbreaking announcement that United and Emirates are working together.
Air Transport