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We were at MAKS in Shukovsky to see progress of the Russian aviation industry and also look at the spectacular aerobatics teams the air force has. Back home, we visited HSG 64 against a backdrop of radical reform of the armed forces. And on the civil side, we have all the details on the 747-8F imbroglio between Boeing and Cargolux. For technical interest, read our story on high-tech door manufacture at Eurocopter.

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FLUG REVUE November 2011  

 

TAKE-OFF
Russian aerobatics team
Russkie Vityazi, Strizhi and Rus teams thrill spectators at MAKS

VIP INTERVIEW
Thomas Reiter
Manned spaceflight is undergoing a consolidation phase

CIVIL AVIATION
Oman Air
Desert sultanate attracts passengers with on-board luxury
Boeing 747-8F
Why Cargolux caused the big premiere celebrations to be cancelled
Boeing 737 MAX
A preview of tomorrow's baby jet
First ATR 72-600 delivered
Royal Air Maroc takes delivery of the new turboprop with glass cockpit
Air Alps expands
Following its takeover by Welcome Air, the airline is buying larger turboprops

BUSINESS AVIATION
News
The Luftwaffe receives its first Bombardier Global 5000's

INDUSTRY
MAKS 2011
The Russian aerospace industry plans to make its way to the top through its own efforts

MILITARY AVIATION
RQ-4 Global Hawk
High flying reconnaissance scout from Northrop Grumman is deployed for many missions worldwide
Helicopter Wing 64
The youngest Luftwaffe wing is equipped with the NH90
Airbus Military A400M
Test progress on the European military transport aircraft
Reorganisation of the Bundeswehr
The Luftwaffe is to be slimmed back to seven wings plus the Special Transport Wing

AIRPORTS
Düsseldorf International
Secondary hub is growing faster than the market
Airport news

SPACEFLIGHT
A crash with consequences
After the malfunction of a Soyuz rocket, space capsules and transporter are left on the ground
New images of the Moon
Footprints and vehicle tracks can be clearly identified at the Apollo landing sites
Space news

TECHNOLOGY
Passenger and cargo doors
A visit to Eurocopter in Donauwörth, where cargo doors are built for Airbus
Blended Wing Body in Hamburg
Electronic helper for helicopter pilots

AEROSPACE JOBS
Technical high school
Aerospace as a subject to be studied in the Sixth Form

HISTORY
Bell X-22
The exotic vertical takeoff aircraft served as a flying simulator

REGULARS
November editorial:
Has Boeing learned from the 787 experience?
News
AIRspot
Afterburner:
Bell P-39Q Airacobra




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