01.04.2011
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Our April issue zooms in on two big US programmes, namely the 747-8I (the longest airliner yet) and the F-35 (the potentially most expensive military programme ever). We also have all the details on the amazing flying telescope SOFIA and look back on the airline business and airliner sales statistics for 2010.

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FLUG REVUE April 2011  

 

TAKE-OFF
The Jumbo with the telescope
The new infrared telescope on which NASA and ESA have combined forces is operationally ready after lengthy preparations.

VIP INTERVIEW
Professor Nikolaus Herrmann
Director of the Federal Supervisory Authority for Air Navigation Services in Langen

CIVIL AVIATION
Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental
Roll-out of the longest passenger aircraft in the world. A Lufthansa Jumbo is assisting with the test programme.
Transatlantic flight in the Airbus A318
British Airways is providing a “baby Bus” service between London City and New York
IATA's industry review for 2010
Airlines plan to convert strong growth to greater profitability
Aircraft market 2011
For both Airbus and Boeing, the new year began with major orders

BUSINESS AVIATION
Jets for business
Many of those travelling to the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos flew in by business jet

MILITARY AVIATION
Fighter Bomber Wing 32
The Tornados from Lechfeld specialise in the suppression of enemy air defences
Northrop Grumman X-48B
The unmanned fighter jet has completed its maiden flight in Edwards AFB
Eurofighter
New studies for an aircraft carrier version for India
Lockheed Martin F-35
Technical problems and delays on the biggest fighter programme in the world
MANTIS handed over
The Luftwaffe's new air defence system

AIRPORTS
Cologne/Bonn airport
Further expansion plans for cargo and in non-aviation business
Airport news

SPACEFLIGHT
Anniversary of human spaceflight
50 years ago Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit the earth in a space capsule.
ATV 2 heads for the ISS
ESA has launched its second cargo spaceship carrying supplies for the station
Space news

AEROSPACE JOBS
Studying in Hamburg
Two universities offer engineering training in this centre of aerospace technology

TECHNOLOGY
Research for safe air transport
At the DLR's Institute of Flight Guidance in Braunschweig
Electric nose wheel for taxiing on the ground
New research initiatives
Rockwell Venue HD
In-flight entertainment and cabin management combined in a single system
A bird as a spy
AeroVironment shows little UAV
Unmanned fighter jet Neuron
First parts delivered from Saab to Dassault

HISTORY
Junkers Ju 52 as minesweeper
Dangerous missions on all fronts

REGULARS
April editorial:
Arabian unrest hits airlines
News
Afterburner:
CCF Harvard flies in Aachen




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