07.09.2017
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Table of contentsFLUG REVUE May 2017

In our May issue, we report about the German chancellors jets of the Luftwaffe and the Boeing 737 program. Also: A detailed look at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.

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FLUG REVUE May 2017. Foto und Copyright: FR  

 

TAKE-OFF
Jungle flying with the Dakota
In Colombia the oldest airliners in the world still battle with the toughest conditions on a daily basis 

CIVIL AVIATION
The future of the Boeing 737
The 737 programme head revealed Boeing’s plans for its bestseller on the occasion of the rollout of the 737 MAX 9
Jet legend 737
The long road from baby jet to MAX
Boeing 787-10
Even the new US President attended the rollout in Charleston
Charles de Gaulle airport
The massive Paris hub is skilfully courting more transit passengers

INDUSTRY
Heli-Expo 2017 in Dallas
Bell basked in the glory of a futuristic study and the delivery ceremony of the Jet Ranger X

BUSINESS AVIATION
GAMA figures 2016
Manufacturers in the General Aviation sector have to contend with declining sales

MILITARY AVIATION
Special Transport Wing
From Chancellor transport to tanker duties, the Special Transport Wing is fully occupied Triton for the Luftwaffe New SIGINT platform expected in 2025 
Aero India 2017 in Bengaluru
New helicopters from Hindustan Aeronautics
Rafale in Jordan
Armée de l‘Air in action against ISIS
German Air Force Association
H145M in Sweden for cold weather trials

TECHNOLOGY
European engine research
New core engine technologies should cut fuel consumption and emissions of pollutants significantly
Emergency landing assistant
A new app should help in the event of engine failure
Research at Airbus Helicopters
Ambitious plans for a high-speed helicopter demonstrator

SPACEFLIGHT
Trip to the moon and back
SpaceX plans first space tourist trip for 2018
Space news

HISTORY
Boeing B-52 Stratofortress
The eight-engined bomber flew for the first time 65 years ago, but no end to its service with the USAF is yet in sight

REGULARS
May Editorial
News
VIP Interview: Michael Schreyögg, head of programmes at MTU Aero Engines
Passenger and cabin
AIRSpot
Briefing: ACARS
Service: Models, books, publisher’s information
Afterburner: Douglas A-26B  Invader “Silver Dragon” is repaired
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