Company Overview of AVIATION WEEK
AVIATION WEEK publishes magazines and market briefings in the areas of commercial aviation, business aviation, maintenance/repair/overhaul, defense, and space. It offers Aviation Week Space & Technology, which provides insight, context, and analysis of technologies, business developments, and operational trends in various segments of global aviation and aerospace; Aviation Daily, which provides market data, detailed legislation/regulation information, and critical business intelligence; Business & Commercial Aviation, a source of business aviation intelligence; The Weekly of Business Aviation, a weekly source of business aviation news; MRO Edition, a reporting and analysis edition of the glo...
2 Penn Plaza
New York, NY 10121-0101
Founded in 1916
Key Executives for AVIATION WEEK
President and Group Publisher
Senior Director of Finance
Chief Editor of Mro Edition
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
AVIATION WEEK Key Developments
AVIATION WEEK Announces Executive Changes
Sep 21 12
AVIATION WEEK announced that Joseph C. Anselmo, 45, will become the new Editor-in-Chief of Aviation Week & Space Technology (AW&ST). He will succeed Anthony L. Velocci, Jr., who is retiring December 31 following a distinguished 23-year career with Aviation Week. Anselmo will immediately begin phasing into his new role. Most recently, Joseph C. Anselmo was managing editor of a global team of Aviation Week's senior writers.
AVIATION WEEK Expands Fleet Data Capabilities and MRO Offerings
May 3 12
AVIATION WEEK announced expanded capabilities around its fleet database and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) forecasts, following a strategic investment that extends Aviation Week's portfolio of data and analytics deeper into defense, business aviation and civil aftermarkets. The expansion nearly doubles the size of Aviation Week's team of researchers and analysts. With commercial fleets around the world expected to double by 2030 and global defense spending flattening, the aftermarket for every sector is growing rapidly with increased demand for MRO services to support aircraft operations and lifecycle. These additions will allow Aviation Week to more deeply serve the data and analysis needs of the global MRO community, in addition to strengthening the group's current leadership position in the civil MRO market by becoming more essential to business development and enterprise customers. With these expanded fleet data gathering and analytics capabilities, customers will see product enhancements and new, higher-value services in the near future, as well as several new forecasting reports targeting Commercial, Business aviation, helicopters and Military aviation.
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