Harbour Air flies first electric commercial aircraft, agreements to establish a new U.S. Space Force, Japan's potential ¥30B spend on future fighters, missing KC-130 and more. A roundup of aerospace, space and defense news.
MiG confirms high-speed combat UAS Project, Aero Vodochody flies second prototype L-39NG, NASA weighs Artemis options, Saab flies first production Gripen E for Swedish Air Force and more. A roundup of aerospace, space and defense news.
The new associate administrator will oversee the space station, Commercial Crew program, SLS and Artemis.
Amid renewed interest for space programs in Europe, ESA will be able to fund Earth-observation and space vehicle projects.
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.
Aviation Week discuss how a government watchdog has changed the military’s effort to choose two launch providers from a field of Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman, SpaceX and United Launch Alliance.
House leaders urge the FAA to step up progress on a system to better segregate space launches from other air traffic.
As concern over space debris rises and small businesses develop solutions, European Space Agency chief calls for “ethical” actions.