NEW YORK, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- "Stability is the best the aerospace and defense (A&D) industry can hope for in 2010," says Senior Technology Editor Graham Warwick in "Aerospace 2010," available as this week's issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology and now online at http://aviationweek.com. Significantly enhanced with new interactive features, AVIATION WEEK's 14th annual Aerospace Source Book provides a global outlook and in-depth analyses of airlines, contractors, programs, technologies, and trends, serving as an essential planning resource for A&D industry professionals worldwide.
"Aerospace 2010 is the brain-child of a cross-functional team that explored how the Aerospace Source Book could do a better job of serving our primary customers," said Anthony Velocci, Jr., editor-in-chief, Aviation Week & Space Technology. "In this integrated print and online product, the magazine provides industry analysis and forecasts, backing it up with online data that goes into greater detail, allowing Aerospace 2010 to remain relevant year-round. What used to be a voluminous desk reference in print, filled with facts and figures and updated just once a year, is now a bona fide 21st-century, databased business tool."
Sector outlooks, analyses, key developments and technologies to watch are reviewed in the print edition and expanded upon online. Aerospace 2010 supplies additional content with videos; photos; blogs; podcasts; an interactive world map of programs, contractors, and airlines; and (for subscribers) a database of system specifications for more than 4,000 types of aircraft, engines, missile systems, avionics and space vehicles, as well as details for 3,000 programs and 20,000 organizations.
"Aviation Week & Space Technology is at the forefront of the print and digital media convergence," said Mark Flinn, publisher, Aviation Week & Space Technology. "All of the features our customers have come to know and rely upon in the annual Aerospace Source Book are presented with a fresh approach that takes advantage of our integrated media resources."
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