Joe Anselmo

Editor-In-Chief, Aviation Week & Space Technology

Posts by Joe Anselmo

in From The Archives Feb 19, 2015

33 Years Ago – Boeing 757 Makes First Flight (1982)

The Boeing 757 made its first flight on Feb. 19, 1982, and it was not without its challenges....More
in From The Archives Feb 17, 2015

Southwest Airlines’ “Hot Pants” and “Love Potions.” (1971)

Southwest Airlines made the cover of Aviation Week....More
in From The Archives Feb 13, 2015

Cover-to-Cover: Summer of Apollo 11 (1969)

Aviation Week has covered scores of technological triumphs over its history, but no achievement received as much prominence as the Apollo 11 moon....More
in Things With Wings Feb 12, 2015

Bombardier, UTC and the French (Canadian) Connection

Bombardier's new CEO and the French Connection with UTC....More
in From The Archives Jan 02, 2015

2004: Soaring Oil Prices Batter Airlines

What a difference a decade makes. In 2004, oil prices surged about 50%, topping a then unheard of $50 a barrel....More
in From The Archives Nov 28, 2014

1989: Bombardier Launches The Regional Jet Era

The CRJ would prove to be a game changer, reinvigorating the regional airline industry and bringing jet travel to passengers in smaller markets that....More
in Things With Wings Nov 25, 2014

Lunch With Louis?

The sudden departure of UTC Chief Louis Chenevert surprised a lot of people. He may have been one of them....More
in Things With Wings Nov 19, 2014

Seven Reasons For Optimism (and Worry) In Commercial Aviation

From Chinese aircraft to Russian titanium to cheap oil, analysts forecast the future in commercial aerospace....More
in From The Archives Nov 14, 2014

1956: China’s C-130 – And A Look Back At The Lockheed Original

Aviation Week published an in-depth look at the original C-130 Hercules nearly 58 years ago....More

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