01.03.2014
FLUG REVUE

FLUG REVUE March 2014

In the March issue, we analyze strategic programmes like A320neo, 737 MAX and F-35 Lightning II as well as the future of the International Space Station. You will also find infos on airberlins alliance with Etihad and on the SWARM satellites.

FLUG REVUE Cover March 2014

Cover of FLUG REVUE March 2014 (Photo: FLUG REVUE).  

 

TAKE-OFF
Research base in space
The ISS has now been orbiting the Earth for 15 years

VIP INTERVIEW
August W. Henningsen
LHT has played a significant role in making aviation safer

CIVIL AVIATION
A320 neo versus 737MAX
The fierce battle over the small bread-and-butter jets
Engines for neo and MAX
CFM and Pratt & Whitney are fighting over orders
Partners Etihad and Air Berlin
Why the Arabs are interested in a long-term involvement
Air France sells CityJet
The new project from airline rescue expert Hans Rudolf Wöhrl
Air safety
Annual review 2013
EADS rebrands itself Airbus
New name for the company

BUSINESS AVIATION
Learjet 85
Bombardier Learjet overhauls its entire jet family

MILITARY AVIATION
Lockheed Martin F-35
The focus of flight testing shifts to weapons testing
Saab Gripen
Success in Brazil
Exercise Blue Flag
Foreign air forces exercise with Israel in the Negev Desert
Cruzex
Large-scale manoeuvre in Brazil with international participation
Boeing RC-135
A closer look at the many versions of the electronic snooper
Eurofighter anniversary
Successful maiden flight 20 years ago

AIRPORTS
Fort Worth International Airport
Texan airport giant with seven runways in Dallas
Airport news

SPACEFLIGHT
Satellite SWARM
ESA is researching the Earth's gravitational field
Space News

AEROSPACE JOBS
Luftwaffe jet pilots
Training with the ENJJPT

TECHNOLOGY
Wisdom through experimentation
How research aircraft worldwide accumulate knowledge
The most powerful Trents
Rolls-Royce is working on new versions for the A350 and 787
Fight against aircraft noise
DLR makes rotor vortex on helicopters visible

HISTORY
Handley Page 42
The four-engined airliner was one of the biggest aircraft in the world at the beginning of the 1930s

REGULARS
March Editorial:
Rosetta is European high-tech marvel
News
AIRSpot
Afterburner:
Douglas C-47




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