01.09.2013
FLUG REVUE

FLUG REVUE September 2013

In the September issue, we look back at the final days of the F-4F in German service and report on the latest test progress of the F-35. On the civil side, the focus is on the BER problems and on British Airways, which took the A380 and 787 into the fleet.

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FLUG REVUE September 2013  

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TAKE-OFF
Phantom Pharewell
The last Luftwaffe F-4F were taken out of service with festivities at Wittmund

CIVIL AVIATION
Delta Air Lines
Restructured US industry giant increasingly concentrates its attention on North Atlantic routes
First A380 at British Airways
New British flagship to enter into service gradually
New regional jets
In search of customers with more economic engines

BUSINESS AVIATION
Challenger 350
Updated model launches with two big orders

MILITARY AVIATION
Lockheed Martin F-35
Test programme remains under deadline pressure
Airbus Military C295
100th transport aircraft delivered, as improvements are announced
Tiger Meet
Major exercise in Norway with AG 51 the overall winner
Linz-Hörsching air base
A visit to the Austrian Air Force

AIRPORTS
BER airport
Troubled airport will be opened step by step, new CEO plans
Airport news

SPACEFLIGHT
Dream Chaser
The private mini-shuttle has Russian origins
New NASA solar probe
IRIS will investigate the origins of the solar wind
Space News

AEROSPACE JOBS
Airflow researcher
Job portrait of DLR specialist

TECHNOLOGY
Patents for ideas
Lufthansa Technik takes care to protect its intellectual property
Final report on the Qantas A380 accident
Rolls-Royce comes in for heavy criticism

HISTORY
de Havilland Vampire
British jet pioneer sold well abroad

REGULARS
September editorial:
Airlines see good growth in 2012
News
Afterburner:
Republic P-47D Thunderbolt




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