30.06.2012
FLUG REVUE

FLUG REVUE July 2012

For out July issue, we have put together updates on a host of important programmes like the Boeing 747-8I, the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning, the Cessna Citation Longitude and Europes ATV cargo spaceship. You will also find the latest on the delay of the new Berlin airport and on MTUs test programme of the geared turbofan.

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FLUG REVUE July 2012  

 

TAKE-OFF
The “retrojets”
Around the world airlines are celebrating anniversaries with old paintwork on new aircraft

CIVIL AVIATION
First 747-8 at Lufthansa
Entry into service for the longest passenger aircraft in the world
New Boeing 787 factory
The second final assembly line in Charleston is starting up
EADS quarterly figures
A380 wing cracks leave their mark
Lufthansa
German airline needs decisive restructuring to fight off competition
China's turboprops
New types in search of customers

BUSINESS AVIATION
EBACE 2012
Cessna and Bombardier launch new jet programmes in Geneva

MILITARY AVIATION
Lockheed Martin F-35
Test progress and new discussions about costs
Eurocopter Super Puma
Upgrade programme at RUAG in Switzerland
Italy's presence in Afghanistan
Support for ISAF with fighter aircraft and helicopters
Airbus Military C212 Aviocar
Full details on the small military transport aircraft from Spain
Exercise Elephant Recovery 2012
Wide-ranging mountain exercise in Jever

AIRPORTS
Airport privatisation in Brazil
Battle of the bidders for the big hub airports
BER false start
The delay and its consequences
Airport news

SPACEFLIGHT
Resupply for the ISS
The ATV is Europe's biggest spacecraft. Does it have a future as a manned supply spacecraft?
New information about Vesta
NASA's Dawn probe proves that the asteroid almost became a planet
Space news

TECHNOLOGY
Engines for drones
Major challenges
Stress testing of the geared turbofan
Telemetry trials at MTU
New order at Martin-Baker
Thanks to Siemens software, clarity in the parts confusion

AEROSPACE JOBS
Technical pilot
The only degree programme is at Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences

HISTORY
Lockheed XV-4 Hummingbird
The exotic vertical take-off plane was dogged with bad luck

REGULARS
July editorial:
BER delay demonstrates Berlin problems
News
Afterburner:
Restored P-51 in the colours of the Tuskegee Airmen




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