27.09.2010
FLUG REVUE

FLUG REVUE October 2010

In our October issue, we take stock of the Boeing 747-8F flight test progress and report on the latest upgrade of the F-15 Eagle fighter. We also review the latest challenges for German airlines with the president of the BDF (airlines association). An in a big special section, you will find the latest on civil engine developments around the world.

TAKE OFF
Russian helicopters
Established types are once again much in demand

VIP INTERVIEW
BDF President Ralf Teckentrup
Air travel tax will cost German jobs

CIVIL AVIATION
WestJet
Canada�fs successful Number Two
Boeing 747-8 on flight test
Flight test director reports from halfway through test programme
Airlines in South and Central America
Between trepidation and hope

BUSINESS AVIATION
Falcon 900LX
Dassault long-range model described

MILITARY AVIATION
Boeing F-15 Eagle
Flight testing of stealth version
Finnish army aviation
Upgrade to the NH90
Boeing C-130 AMP
New cockpit for the Hercules
Eurocopter Tiger
Deployed to Afghanistan
Sagem Patroller
German motor glider as UAV
Pilatus PC-21
A closer look at the ultra-modern turboprop trainer

AIRPORTS
Bucharest Otopeni
Romania�fs hub is expanding
Airport news

AVIATION JOBS
Test engineers
New tests every day

SPACEFLIGHT
The enigmatic Moon
Every answer provided by the NASA LRO probe only raises new questions
Space news
ISS problems
The space station needs ever more frequent repairs

ENGINE SPECIAL
Trent XWB
Testing of the A350 XWB�fs engine
Successor to the CFM56
LEAP-X makes progress
Focus on new technologies
Research at MTU Aero Engines
High-tech in Dahlewitz
Rolls-Royce Deutschland tests the most powerful core engine
The need to catch up
Russia plans to narrow the gap with new powerplants
Geared turbofan ready for testing
PW1524G poised for first full engine test
Technical data
An overview of current types

HISTORY
Fiat G.46
The tried and tested trainer was Fiat�fs first post-war design
REGULARS
October editorial
News
AIRSpot
Models
Afterburner:
RAF Tucanos




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