FLUG REVUE 12/2010 ContentsFLUG REVUE December 2010
The last issue of 2010 contains our traditional Spaceflight Special with details on the shuttle and the European TanDEM-X satellite. We also analyse the market for freighters and have the technical details on the new A310 MRTT tanker now in service with the German Luftwaffe.
Air combat training with F-16 squadron from Eielson AFB
The airline that operates feeder flights to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
An upsurge of activity in air cargo
With the recession a thing of the past, there is a strong upward momentum once more
787 flight test programme enters final phase
First RUAG Do 228NG handed over
Upgraded turboprop regional airliner ferried to Japan
New aircraft presented at the NBAA Convention 2010 in Atlanta
Big exercise in Volkel
Tough spending cutbacks affect Harrier, carriers and more
Airbus A310 MRTT
Luftwaffe's tanker aircraft finally in service
Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk
A closer look at the US Army's standard transport helicopter
First NH90 for the Luftwaffe
Helicopter Wing 64 established at Holzdorf
The end of the US space shuttle – a retrospective view
TanDEM-X in formation
The Germans are the world leaders in radar technology in space
Latest developments from around the world
Maintenance training for fighters
In Kaufbeuren the Luftwaffe is training technicians for Eurofighter, F-4F and Tornado.
Couriers for special cases
Grumman F-14A Tomcat
40 years ago the famous carrier aircraft took off on its maiden flight.
December editorial: One man cockpits for airliners?
Afterburner: Douglas C-47 in New Zealand
Calendars 2011 reviewed