Michael Tint

Defense Analyst

Washington, DC

Summary

Michael Tint is the Head of Defense Analytics for Aviation Week Network.  He leads the Defense Team of Aviation Week’s Intelligence and Data Services division, which tracks the world’s military aircraft fleets and related data, analyzes the state of those fleets, and forecasts how they will change in coming years.  He also edits the market summary paper for the military forecast and conducts Aviation Week’s annual analysis of the Defense Department’s budget request.  He has a degree in political science from Haverford College focusing on organization theory and bureaucratic politics in America’s defense and foreign policy institutions. 

Articles

Aviation Week Forecasts: Western Military Transport Helicopter Deliveries/ Retirements 2020-2029

By Michael Tint Jul 23, 2020
AVIATION WEEK NETWORK forecasts that over the next decade, 2,758 new, western-designed transport helicopters will be built, 726 will be re-engined or…
AWIN Knowledge Center

Military Aircraft: Where the Opportunities Lie, 2020-29

By Matthew Jouppi Dec 20, 2019
From fighters to helicopters, tanker/transports to trainers and special mission aircraft here are more details about key contests.
Defense and Space

Worldwide Competitions For Fighters Set To Intensify In Next Decade

By Jen DiMascio Jun 10, 2019
Important competitions to select new fighter aircraft in India, Canada, Europe and elsewhere will keep defense primes on their toes in the coming years.

 

As a subscriber to one of Aviation Week Network’s market briefings, your searches only provide you with access to articles from within that product.

To find out about obtaining additional data – including the most comprehensive details on organizations, fleets, personnel and programs – click here or call +1.561.279.4661.


 

As a subscriber to one of Aviation Week Network’s market briefings, your searches only provide you with access to articles from within that product.

To find out about obtaining additional data – including the most comprehensive details on organizations, fleets, personnel and programs – click here or call +1.561.279.4661.


 

As a subscriber to one of Aviation Week Network’s market briefings, your searches only provide you with access to articles from within that product.

To find out about obtaining additional data – including the most comprehensive details on organizations, fleets, personnel and programs – click here or call +1.561.279.4661.


 

As a subscriber to one of Aviation Week Network’s market briefings, your searches only provide you with access to articles from within that product.

To find out about obtaining additional data – including the most comprehensive details on organizations, fleets, personnel and programs – click here or call +1.561.279.4661.