31.01.2011
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While Airbus has launched its A320neo, we also take a look at the latest Boeing 737 im-provements. Its time to say goodbye to the F-111 and the UK Harriers, while SpaceX opens a new chapter in spaceflight with the launch of its Dragon capsule.

Cover FLUG REVUE February 2011

Cover FLUG REVUE February 2011  

 

TAKE-OFF
The RAAF's General Dynamics F-111
The Australian Air Force bids farewell to “The Pig”

VIP INTERVIEW
Prof. Dr. Thomas Fleischer
Co-Managing Director of IMA Dresden

CIVIL AVIATION
Baby on board
BMI Baby now flies to the German destinations of Cologne/Bonn and Munich
Cabin ready!
TUIfly's first 737-800 to be fitted with the Sky Interior is in service
Airbus announces A320neo
New engines to bring significant reduction in fuel consumption
Chaos in Brazil's air mail system
Brazil struggles to surmount corrupt practices of private airmail providers

BUSINESS AVIATION
Gulfstream's Speed Cruiser
G650 test program: The fourth example of the fastest business jet in the world takes to the air

MILITARY AVIATION
Fighter wing 73 “Steinhoff”
Intensive Eurofighter training at FW 73 in Rostock-Laage
Eurocopter
Milestones on important military helicopter programmes achieved
BAE Systems Harrier
The Royal Air Force is retiring its VTOL aircraft

AIRPORTS
Business from Lake Constance
Friedrichshafen airport has adapted to demand
Airport news

SPACEFLIGHT
Benefits and needs
The German space strategy for the next few years is published
Space news
Successful Falcon-Dragon duo
Initial testing of the privately financed rocket is a success

AEROSPACE JOBS
Federal Police
The Federal Police offers interesting work at airports

TECHNOLOGY
Maintenance in 20-day cycles
Lufthansa Technik in Berlin Schönefeld has specialised in the Boeing 737
New fuel-saving marvel
The two engines for the A320neo unveiled in detail
Powerplant for the record-breaking business jet
GE Aviation is working on the new TechX engine type

HISTORY
Albatros D to D-V
The advanced fighter family was widely used in the First World War

REGULARS
February editorial:
Snow chaos on European airports
News
Afterburner :
The only airworthy Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-5 with original engine is flying again




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