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FLUG REVUE

FLUG REVUE May 2014

In the May issue, we say farewell to the last passenger DC-10 and welcome the new Citation Latitude, which just made its maiden flight. Also of interest are the new 787 variants and the Bell UH-1Y/AH-1Z heliocpte family. An extensive extra section deals with the latest environment efforts by the airline industry.

FLUG REVUE May 2014 cover

FLUG REVUE May 2014(Foto: FLUG REVUE)  

 

TAKE-OFF
Farewell to the DC-10

For its last passenger flights the legendary three-engined jet came from Bangladesh to England

VIP INTERVIEW
Reiner Winkler

MTU Aero Engines is banking on growth

CIVIL AVIATION
Stretched versions of the Dreamliner

Shortly before certification of the Boeing 787-9 Boeing is already designing the even longer 787-10
Fiji Airways

Modernisation under German management

INDUSTRY
Heli-Expo 2014

Debut of the Bell 505 Jet Ranger X

BUSINESS AVIATION
Cessna Citation Latitude

Maiden flight is four months ahead of schedule

MILITARY AVIATION
Bell AH-1Z and UH-1Y

The US Marine Corps continues to rely on established types
Boeing KC-767A

New tanker in Italy is fully in use
Lockheed Martin F-35

Italy has established its own final assembly line
Milestone for the Eurofighter

Second Luftwaffe jet clocks up 1,000 hours

AIRPORTS
Review of Germany's airports

Record numbers of passengers conceal the worries of the small and medium-sized airports.

SPACEFLIGHT
Hubble – a sharp eye into the universe

The telescope is penetrating ever deeper into the history of the universe
The new NASA budget

The American space agency also has to make cuts
Space News

AEROSAPCE JOBS
Condor Task Force

The fleet is continuously monitored in the maintenance control centre

ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIAL
IATA vision 2050

A closer look at the airline association's environmental goals
How much “bio” is there in the fuel?

Alternative fuels are feasible, but often they are unaffordable
Quieter, more economic, cleaner

Optimising the environmental profile of commercial aircraft
Engine research

Giant fan should reduce fuel consumption
Airports

Green airports save money for operators and users
“Green” catering

Airlines want to avoid weight and rubbish

HISTORY
Tupolev Tu-16

Soviet aircraft has many talents - bomber, reconnaissance aircraft and tanker aircraft

REGULARS
May editorial:
The consequences of MH370
News
Models
Afterburner:
Canadian Avro Lancaster Mk X comes to Europe




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