01.04.2015
FLUG REVUE

FLUG REVUE April 2015

Our April issue tackles the discussion on the future of A380 and 747-8 and reports on flight test progress of the LEAP engine. We were on board the Cavour, Italy´s latest carrier and review the market for transport helicopters. You also find a report on IXV, the European space glider.

FLUG REVUE April 2015 Cover

FLUG REVUE April 2015  

 

TAKE-OFF
More colour in the sky
Not content with run-of-the-mill captions, creative heads in Hamburg are now designing complicated liveries using adhesive foils

CIVIL AVIATION
Four-engined giants under pressure
Airbus A380 and Boeing 747-8 are feeling the competition from the new big, long-range twinjets.
Air India in need of reform
As a new member of the Star Alliance the Indian airline wants to finally make money again after 2020.
TransAsia flight GE235
Dramatic crash of an ATR 72 in Taipei
Regional aircraft 2014
Positive trend and challenges

BUSINESS AVIATION
Big cabin jets
We compare four long-range bestsellers with large cabins

MILITARY AVIATION
Aircraft carrier Cavour
In the Cavour, Italy has a second carrier, on which Harriers and helicopters are spearheading maritime operations
F-5E in Mexico
Due to the absence of a successor the Tiger II's will have to stay on longer than planned
Transport helicopters
A broad range of offerings to meet the requirements of armed forces all over the world
Luftwaffe
The first woman flying instructor for the Eurofighter is active in Laage

TECHNOLOGY
Outfitting of the A350 wing
Major challenges for Airbus specialists in Bremen
Flight testing of LEAP-1
How successful will the CFM56 successor prove to be in the air?

SPACEFLIGHT
Russia's new heavy-lift launcher Angara
Despite a scarcity of funding, finally there is some movement in the Russian rocket programme
Re-entry from space
Successful testing of the European IXV re-entry research vehicle
Space News

HISTORY
Sikorsky S-67 Blackhawk
Despite promising performance the attack helicopter never went into production
REGULARS
April Editorial:
Civil drone regulations are overdue
News
AIRSpot
Briefing:
operational ceiling
Occupations: aviation cartographer - From draughtsman to software designer
Douglas A-1H Skyraider: A Vietnam veteran is still flying today at the Tennessee Museum of Aviation




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