Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

Digits over widgets and don’t overlook the backlog. In the latest Aviation Week Check 6 Podcast with Accenture, Senior Business Editor Michael Bruno sits down with John Schmidt, Accenture global A&D lead, and Joyce Kline, A&D digital lead for North America, to talk about the trends and forecasts ahead of the Paris airshow this month.

Direct download: Paris_Airshow_Preview_Market_Realities_Big_Data_and_Industry_Growth.mp3
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Aviation Week's guest evaluation pilot Tim Wuerfel is an A320 captain at Lufthansa and previously a Boeing 737 captain. Listen in as he discusses his first impressions after flying Airbus’s popular A321neo.

Direct download: A321neo.mp3
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By 2023, Turkey’s centenary, President Tayyip Edogan wants the nation’s aerospace industry to fly its indigenous TF-X fighter. But the new fighter is just the one example, as Turkey is developing a trainer/light attack aircraft, UAVs, missiles, helicopters and a gallium-nitride-based AESA radar.

Direct download: Turkeys_Aerospace_Ambitions.mp3
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The first revamped Boeing narrowbody – the 737-8 – is scheduled to be delivered to launch customer Malindo Air later this month. But the schedule hit a snag this week after Boeing paused the flight test program owing to engine issues.

Direct download: Boeings_737_MAX_8_How_It_Flies_and_When_Will_It_Fly.mp3
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Uber has announced plans for an air taxi service. Other companies are working on personal aviation ideas, too. How realistic are these plans? The answers might surprise you.

Direct download: UberPodcast.mp3
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Aviation Week editors weigh in on Emirates cutbacks and the Trump administration’s electronics ban.
Direct download: Are_Backlogs_Safe_From_Middle_East_Airline_Woes.mp3
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