01.10.2015
FLUG REVUE

FLUG REVUE October 2015

In our October issue, we of course cover the IOC milestone for the F-35B Lightning II. On the civil side, the Airbus hypesonic concept is analyzed. We also have an extensive special an the latest engine developments

Cover FLUG REVUE 10-2015 October

FLUG REVUE October 2015  

 

TAKE-OFF
RIAT 2015 in Fairford
The big military airshow in Great Britain once again lived up to its reputation with fantastic flying displays and exotic aircraft in the static park

CIVIL AVIATION
Olympic Air
A fleet of turboprops ensures that Greece's islands stay connected to the mainland
Hypersonic concept from Airbus
US patent details Mach 4.5 design with six engines
Keflavik airport
Islands biggest airport serves as hub

BUSINESS AVIATION
Pilatus PC-24
Flight tests of new Swiss business Jet are in full swing

MILITARY AVIATION
Lockheed Martin F-35
After all the problems the US Marine Corps has attained initial operational capability for its first F-35B squadron
Thunderbolt II on European tour
US Air Force A-10C's were on the road for six months participating in various exercises
F-16 crash at Albacete
A small error by the crew led to a fatal accident
Boeing KC-46 Tanker
Further problems for the embattled programme

ENGINES SPECIAL
GEnx in service
How is the engine that powers the Boeing 747-8 and 787 Dreamliner holding its own?
VIP interview
GE Aviation CEO David L. Joyce talks about present challenges
E-BREAK technology programme
Key components for the engines of tomorrow
20 year long aerospace research programme
Rolls-Royce Deutschland assesses the German government's initiative
LEAP: goalpost in sight
The CFM product for the Airbus A320neo is close to certification
New engine review
What progress are Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce and co. making on their propulsion systems?

SPACEFLIGHT
Rosetta comet probe
Latest scientific results as “Tschuri” passes Perihelion point
Curiosity on Mars
Self portrait shows hard working rover on the hill

HISTORY
North American P-51 Mustang
Legendary fighter flew for the first time 75 years ago

REGULARS
October editorial:
Airline alliances no longer so relevant
Reader Forum
News
AIRSpot
Briefing:
How carbon fibres are made
Aerospace Jobs:
Interesting fields of work at Zeltweg Air Base
Afterburner: Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina




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