Ted Colbert talks about data, digital innovations, the NMA and the MAX in this exclusive interview.
U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen (D-Washington) will be among the chief authors of any new legislation to reform FAA’s aircraft certification process resulting from the various investigations into the Boeing 737 MAX. As chairman of the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Aviation, Larsen has spearheaded the panel’s MAX investigation alongside full committee chairman Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon). Larsen spoke with Aviation Week’s Congressional and Regulatory Editor Ben Goldstein in Washington, D.C. recently about next steps for the committee’s MAX investigation and possible legislative fixes that could prevent similar mishaps from happening in the future.
Patrick Ky talks with Aviation Week about EASA's return-to-service process for the MAX. Added training requirements could be an unwelcome burden for Boeing and customers.
Leanne Caret discusses how synergy of Boeing's commercial, services and defense divisions have helped the company save on estimated life-cycle costs.
Boeing Global Services might be ahead of pace to get to $50 billion in revenues in the next 5-10 years.
Caret talks about how her division is preparing to take advantage of Pentagon spending strategy and where the company is preparing for trade restrictions.
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Aviation Week talks to the head of the Italian Air Force about the JSF and the service's other needs.
Commerce secretary pushes greater U.S. share of the global space economy.
The head of space conglomerate Maxar Technologies explains why it rebranded as a U.S. company and what the increasingly nearer-term future of the satellite, imagery and commercial space sector looks like.