Country: United States Language: English
Main Genre: general
‘Aviation Week & Space Technology’ describes itself as the world’s leading aviation and aerospace publication, reporting on technology developments, business news, and operations strategies in all sectors of the industry – commercial, military, and space. It’s origins lie in the original McGraw-Hill weekly, ‘Aviation’ (see above). ‘Aviation Week’ was formed on 7 July 1947 by the merger of ‘Aviation’ and ‘Aviation News’. It was entitled ‘Aviation Week, Including Space Technology’ between 24 February 1958 and 4 January 1960. On 11 January 1960 it’s title was revised to the current ‘Aviation Week & Space Technology’.
While international in scope, ‘Aviation Week & Space Technology’ retains an emphasis on the US aeropace industry and US aircraft operators. News items are grouped under the following headings: World News & Analysis; Air Transport; Aerospace Business; Defense; Defense Budgets; Space Technology. Regular departments are: Correspondence; Who’s Where; Market Focus; Industry Outlook; Airline Outlook; World News Roundup; In Orbit; Washington Outlook; World Business Watch; Inside Avionics; Inside Business Aviation; Aero Products & Services; Aerospace Calendar; Viewpoint
A roughly A4 size magazine with about 100 pages in each issue. Illustrated with high quality colour photos and diagrams.
Further information: Aviation Week
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