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FY23 NSS Priorities

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), representing over 300 aerospace manufacturers and suppliers and more than 2 million U.S. workers, urges Congress to affirm its consistent, bipartisan support for the national security space enterprise through the Fiscal Year...

Challenges and Opportunities in National Security Space

For decades, the United States has grappled with how to better acquire the national security space capabilities that have made us the world’s preeminent space power. Despite the Space Race initially building our dominant...

Multi Agency Space Council Support Letter

For over 60 years, U.S. government and private sector investments in space programs have showcased American innovation, ambition, and accomplishment on the worldwide stage. Space is inextricably linked to our economic prosperity...

AIA Space Priorities for the Next Administration and the New Congress

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) is the premier advocate for America’s space industry, supply chain, and workforce. Across AIA’s over 300 member companies are the suppliers, designers, manufacturers, launch providers, and operators of commercial, civil, and national security satellites and space...

Horizon 2050: New Report from AIA, Accenture Details Strategic Plan for the Future of Sustainable Aviation

Future of Aerospace Standardization Report

The Aerospace Industries Association’s Future of Aerospace Standardization report, first published in 2004, has been revised and updated by AIA’s Standards Governance Board.

AIA, Avascent Report: Autonomous Aircraft Market to Reach $325 Billion by 2040

The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) in collaboration with Avascent have released a new report detailing the breakthrough growth in the autonomous aircraft market, which is expected to result in nearly $325 billion over the next two decades.

AIA Civil Aviation Cyber Security Subcommittee – Annual Report 2021

This paper contains a summary of standards and regulatory updates which are important to our community as well as a summary of the papers in development and published by the committee in 2021.

2021 Facts & Figures

The COVID-19 pandemic took an immense toll on America and the world last year, causing significant and tragic losses to human lives.

Advanced Air Mobility: Can the U.S. Afford to Lose the Race?

Through early strides in aircraft design and engineering, a focus on safety throughout the process, and recruitment of top talent, the United States has established itself as the global leader in aerospace.

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