Aerospace & Defense Now

Sep 20, 2019

The Parachute Assault; Still A Bridge Too Far?

Imagine my surprise as I sat in a briefing in the back of a UK CH-47 Chinook helicopter on the evening of 11th June 1999 at Skopje airfield in Macedonia listening to “Market Garden – Redux” being explained.
Sep 19, 2019

Airlines Struggle To Cope With Rush-Hour-Style Congestion

The congestion at airports and airspace worldwide is beginning to take a toll. Passengers continue to suffer delays and cancellations. But the situation is also beginning to get expensive for airlines, particularly in Europe, where fines and disruptions are taking a chunk out of profitability.
Sep 17, 2019

How To Avoid The Middle Seat On A Plane

We have all been there - that moment where we check-in online for a flight early in the hopes to get a good seat, or more importantly, to avoid a bad seat. How to get a window or aisle seat on my next flight.
Sep 17, 2019

Where Will The Electric Aviation Start-Ups Find $40B?

There are at least 170 electric aircraft and flying taxi projects under way, some of which have generated enormous buzz, but few have been funded at scale. When the seed funding runs out, a game of financial musical chairs will begin in which many will not find a seat.