Aviation Week Network announces the winners of its 63rd Annual Laureate Awards, honoring extraordinary achievements in the global aerospace arena. The winners of the 2020 Laureate Awards will be honored on March 12, 2020 at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC, where a Grand Laureate in each of the four categories will be named from among the winners.
Long in coming, the Epic turboprop finally earns its type certificate.
EHang parters on first UAM project in Guangzhou, development of the Cora eVTOL underway, BAE Systems receive certification and more. A weekly roundup of Business Aviation.
A pyrotechnic mushroom cloud, a night approach to Ecuador, a banking Israeli F-35i, warbirds that still take flight and dazzling space launches were among the subjects of this year's winning photographs.
The fury of space launches, the love of flight in a woman’s eye, heart-shaped vapor trails and the world’s largest aircraft are among the subjects of some of this year's most compelling photos.
This year’s Aviation Week Photo Contest winners include a Canadian Snowbirds pilot, aerospace engineers, a space policy expert and a commercial pilot.
Jason Johnson joined Click Aviation Network as Managing Director for the U.S. market in 2018, with a mission is to provide exclusive, comprehensive and technologically-advanced aviation services to the global aviation industry. Here, he discusses his vision for the company's presence in the U.S.
William Garvey, Editor-in-Chief of Business & Commercial Aviation, speaks to Lance Toland of Associates Aviation Insurance about current trends in aviation insurance, especially with single pilot aircraft.
The lights have gone out in Kerrville
The maker of high-performance, single-engine, piston-powered light aircraft has closed its doors for the last time.
A proposed multi-modal transport air terminal, Bell’s Model 525 to crack open the Middle Eastern VIP market, backing of hybrid-electric islander project, fuel burn savings and more. A weekly roundup of Business Aviation.