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Interactive: AIA Unveils Vision 2050



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AIA Unveils its Vision of Aerospace in 2050: Flying Cars, Supersonic Jets, Space Tourism & More

Austin, Texas — Today, the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) is laying out its vision for…

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6 Steps Towards the Future of Urban Air Mobility

Last week, we shared a glimpse into the future of Urban Air Mobility and the…

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Commute in the Skies? The Future of Urban Air Mobility

America’s infrastructure is seriously outdated, contributing to record congestion, growing environmental concerns, and people spending…

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Fanning lays out AIA priorities for 2019

When the aerospace and defense industry succeeds, America is safer, more prosperous, and more innovative.…

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AIA Welcomes FY19 Appropriations Deal

Arlington, Va. — We welcome Congress completing Fiscal Year 2019 appropriations to avoid another costly…

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What’s Next for AIA

Every day for over 100 years, our industry has moved, connected and secured the modern…

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Shutdown Series: Impact on American Aerospace & Defense #3

On January 25, Congress passed a temporary funding bill through February 15 that President Trump…

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The Cost of Doing Nothing - House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Hearing

Testimony of the Honorable Eric K. Fanning President and CEO, Aerospace Industries Association House Transportation…

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AIA Joins Aviation Groups urging workforce grant funding

AIA joined a letter from 40 aviation industry groups urging Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and…

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Aerospace and 5G: Realizing the Future

5G is an ecosystem that includes the newest mobile connectivity innovation promising to revolutionize our lives. Once…

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Shutdown Series: Impact on American Aerospace & Defense #2

As we wait for Congress and the Administration to pass the temporary funding announced earlier…

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