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Table of contentsFLUG REVUE July 2016

In our July issue, we disuss new plans of German's Luftwaffe. Furthermore we have a special regarding the 60 years of the Luftwaffe.

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FLUG REVUE July 2016. Foto und Copyright: FR  

 

CIVIL AVIATION
US airlines make record profits   
After a protracted period of drought the cash registers are ringing again in the US market
Turkish Airlines posts a Q1 loss
Ambitious expansionary policy experiences setback
Hub airport Singapore Changi
Offering a high quality of stay and perfect organisation, Singapore attracts transfer passengers

BUSINESS AVIATION
EBACE in Geneva
Amongst the highlights of this year’s Business Aviation convention in Geneva were the airshow debuts of the Boeing BBJ 787 and Pilatus PC-24

MILITARY AVIATION
Mil Mi-8/17
The well established workhorse developed in the 1960s has experienced a revival over the last few years
F-22A Raptor in Europe
The USAF has moved a dozen of its best fighters to Lakenheath for training with F-15 and Eurofighter
German Air Force Association
Annual general meeting in Cologne Wahn

TECHNOLOGY
Record-busting aircraft Perlan 2
With support from Airbus a special glider is hoping to set a new world altitude record
Geared turbofan from Pratt & Whitney
The new engine for the Airbus A320neo is still suffering from teething problems

SPACEFLIGHT
Russia’s new cosmodrome
The first rocket has been launched in Vostochny, but the construction work is still going on
SpaceX aiming for Mars
In just two years’ time an unmanned capsule is scheduled to land on the Red Planet
Space news

HISTORY
Boeing 314 Clipper
The legendary flying boat offered new possibilities for air transport. But the Second World War prevented it from enjoying great commercial success.

REGULARS
July Editorial
Reader Forum
News
AIRSpot
Briefing:
Reverse thrust
Occupations:
Master’s degree in Aviation and Tourism Management Job mart
Service:
Models, dates, publisher’s information
Afterburner:
Saab Viggen

HOT TOPIC: 60 years of the Luftwaffe
From Starfighter to Eurofighter
A Eurofighter pilot and his father talk about their experiences with the Luftwaffe
Problems and perspectives
The challenges of the future call for new equipment
Interview with the Chief of the Air Staff
More emphasis on better operational readiness
The locations
Eleven units in action
The aircraft
Mixture of oldtimers and ultra-modern types

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