Podcast: Boeing’s Supply Chain Play

By Lee Ann Shay Nov 16, 2022
Given supply chain bottlenecks around the world, we explore why Boeing is expanding its distribution business in Germany and what it means for its wider operation.
Air Transport

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.
Business Aviation

Podcast: What To Expect At MRO Europe

By James Pozzi Oct 17, 2022
This week’s MRO Europe event will coincide with a challenging time for the region’s commercial aftermarket. James Pozzi and Lindsay Bjerregaard discuss some of these challenges and preview some of the talking points from the upcoming event.
MRO Europe

Podcast: What We Learned At MRO Asia-Pacific

By Lee Ann Shay Sep 26, 2022
Lessons learned and key takeaways from Aviation Week's MRO editors at MRO Asia-Pacific.
MRO Asia

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.

Podcast: Previewing The Key Talking Points At Aero-Engines Europe

By James Pozzi Sep 01, 2022
With the commercial engine aftermarket experiencing mixed fortunes so far this year, Lee Ann Shay and James Pozzi preview what’s on the agenda at the upcoming Aero-Engines Europe conference in Dublin.

Podcast: What’s Disrupting Aerospace Programs—Inflation, Lead Times And Workplace Envy

By Carole Rickard Hedden Aug 26, 2022
Program managers are in the middle of the maelstrom, wrestling with issues many have never dealt with in their careers. Aviation Week editors discuss what they heard at the 2022 Program Excellence Evaluation Team meeting in August.

Podcast: How Caerdav Moved Forward

By James Pozzi Aug 11, 2022
With new funding secured and new maintenance contracts in place, UK-based MRO Caerdav is looking forward. In this podcast, James Pozzi details how its chairman and owner, Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson and company CEO Joachim Jones are planning for the next steps of its future.

Podcast: Making Aviation Ecosystem, Predictive Maintenance Smarter

By Lee Ann Shay Jul 19, 2022
The aviation ecosystem should get smarter by leveraging data from different systems. Jennifer Schopfer, Collins Aerospace president of connected aviation solutions, talks with Lee Ann Shay, Aviation Week’s executive editor MRO and business aviation, about steps to make this happen.

Podcast: How Fleet Changes Are Impacting MRO And Its Segments

By James Pozzi Jul 13, 2022
Aviation Week editors discuss the lead feature article in July’s issue of Inside MRO.

Podcast: Atitech’s Plans For Alitalia Acquisition

By James Pozzi Jun 14, 2022
Some of the key takeaways from Aviation Week’s James Pozzi’s interview with Atitech president Gianni Lettieri at the MRO’s Naples facility.

Podcast: Lufthansa Technik CEO Johannes Bussmann Reflects On His Career

By Lee Ann Shay Jun 09, 2022
Aviation Week’s Lee Ann Shay and Lufthansa Technik’s Johannes Bussmann discuss changes over the past 20 years, emerging trends and the future of MRO before he leaves the company at the end of this month.

Podcast: The State Of Eastern Europe’s MRO Segment In 2022

By Lindsay Bjerregaard May 25, 2022
A look at how the commercial aftermarket of Eastern Europe is faring so far this year.

Podcast: Sustainability Essentials: Understanding Next Important Steps

By Lee Ann Shay May 13, 2022
Graham Webb, Pratt & Whitney’s Chief Sustainability Officer, tells Lee Ann Shay about what needs to be done now to reduce aviation’s carbon footprint.

Podcast: MRO Americas—Initial Impressions

By Lee Ann Shay Apr 28, 2022
Aviation Week’s aftermarket editors gather in Dallas to discuss what they saw at MRO Americas and how it is reshaping the way they think about the industry.
MRO Americas

Podcast: Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Mick Adams On His MRO Career

By James Pozzi Apr 26, 2022
Listen in as Mick Adams, CEO of STS Aviation Services, reflects on his career after being awarded Aviation Week’s Lifetime Achievement Award in MRO.
MRO Americas

Podcast: What To Expect At MRO Americas 2022

By James Pozzi Apr 13, 2022
Aviation Week’s editorial team previews the upcoming MRO Americas 2022 event, highlighting trends they are expecting to see at the show as well as what’s new.
MRO Americas

Podcast: A Big Year for Mexicana MRO

By James Pozzi Apr 07, 2022
Mexicana MRO is similar to the fabled phoenix in Greek mythology, but may now break the cycle and really flourish. But first, expect two big things to happen in 2022.

Podcast: With New Leader, Where Does Boeing Defense Go Now?

Apr 01, 2022
Aviation Week editors discuss Ted Colbert's appointment and the challenges he faces as the new head of Boeing's $26 billion defense and space unit.
Defense and Space

Podcast: What Do Russian Aftermarket Sanctions Mean For MRO

By Lee Ann Shay Mar 16, 2022
Aviation Week MRO editors unpack the latest developments affecting the aftermarket following the sanctions placed on Russia after its invasion of Ukraine in what remains a fast-moving situation.

Podcast: MRO Middle East Special

By Lee Ann Shay Mar 01, 2022
Listen in as executive editor Lee Ann Shay and EMEA editor James Pozzi share what they heard at MRO Middle East 2022 in Dubai.

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: Magnetic On MRO Opportunities In 2022

By James Pozzi Feb 08, 2022
Listen in as Risto Maeots, CEO of Magnetic Group, talks about the company’s rebrand and how it is approaching new aftermarket opportunities in 2022.