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Table of contentsFLUG REVUE December 2016

In our December issue, we discuss if there's a future for Air Berlin and how this future could look like. Furthermore there's an update on the Pilatus PC-24 program, and a report about the first airshow in North Korea.

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FLUG REVUE December 2016. Foto und Copyright: FR  

 

TAKE-OFF
The new Junkers F 13 is flying

A 100-year-old milestone in aviation history is flying again as a complete new build

CIVIL AVIATION
Air Berlin divided in three

With separate business units covering leasing, scheduled and charter operations Air Berlin hopes to return to profit
Taiwan’s first A350
China Airlines’ new twinjet is set to open up more non-stop routes
Lyon airport
France’s number three airport relies on Alpine tourism and is looking for more international long-haul services

BUSINESS AVIATION
Pilatus PC-24

The Swiss are keeping to schedule as regards flight testing of their first business jet

MILITARY AVIATION
Royal Canadian Air Force

Canada’s air force covers a variety of missions with a modern fleet
Wonsan Air Festival
The first airshow in North Korea exhibits only selected types
Chendu J-10B
China continues to develop its modern single-engine fighter jet
German Air Force Association
Eurofighter in Boelcke colours

TECHNOLOGY
Fuel cells in routine tests

The DLR is trying out a new propulsion concept with the HY4 four-seater passenger aircraft

HISTORY
Canadair DC-4M/C-54M North Star

Merlin engines from Rolls-Royce provided more power, but also more noise

REGULARS
December Editorial:
Airbus celebrates 10000 airliners built since 1974
News
AIRSpot
Passenger and cabin
Briefing:
Weather radar
Occupations:
Safety trainer for flight attendants Job mart
Service, books, models, publisher’s information
Afterburner:
Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter
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