03.08.2011
FLUG REVUE

FLUG REVUE August 2011

The Paris Air Show was a huge success, and we of course cover the important news from Le Bourget in our new issue. You will also find a comprehensive wrap up on the A380 programme as well as the details of the Luftwaffe preparations for the A400M at Wunstorf air base. Reports on the latest technology advancements include the Trent engine and the largest autoclave of the world for German research agency DLR.

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FLUG REVUE 8/2011  

 

TAKE-OFF
Turkish Air Force celebrates 100 years
Special centenary airshow in Izmir with global participation

CIVIL AVIATION
50th Airbus A380 delivered
Giant Airbus programme gathers pace
Aer Lingus
Restructuring of the airline, with Ryanair both as a competitor and major shareholder
Hypersonic passenger jet ZEHST
EADS considers a possible low-noise Concorde successor

PARIS AIR SHOW 2011
Highlights
The new aircraft in Le Bourget
A flurry of civil orders
A320neo benefits the most
Telemos versus Talarion
Battle of the drones
Eurocopter X3
Agile and quick
AgustaWestland
Product range is widening
NH Industries NH90
Germany buys medevac kits for use in Afghanistan
Regional aircraft
New types on the ascendant
Propulsion
Battle for orders to supply A320neo engines
Technology
Metals have a secure future in aircraft construction
Spaceflight
Apparent standstill at the US companies

BUSINESS AVIATION
Falcon 7X
The trijet received permission to fly again after being grounded by EASA

MILITARY AVIATION
Air Transport Wing 62
Wunstorf prepares for the Airbus A400M
Indian helicopter developments
HAL LCH under test
Tiger Meet in Cambrai
Big anniversary event with extensive exercise programme
Luftwaffe takes part in Green Flag
New technology on the Tornados

AIRPORTS
Wellington capital city airport
Stormy approach to a short runway
Gulfport-Biloxi Airport
Stormproof expansion in US hurricane territory

SPACEFLIGHT
Bottlenecks in return transport
Following the retirement of the shuttles, three partners are sharing the cargo supply role
The new NASA capsule
Several designs for future space vehicles are being tested in the USA

TECHNOLOGY
Trent engines making good progress
Engines for A350 and 787 under test
A “pressure cooker” for the DLR
The world's biggest research autoclave enters into service in Stade

HISTORY
Supermarine Swift
Reconnaissance variant of the jet fighter in action over Germany

REGULARS
August editorial:
Boeing and Airbus face new competition
News
AIRspot
Models
Afterburner:
Flying day at Fighter Wing 74 in Neuburg




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