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Table of contentsFLUG REVUE October 2016

In our October issue, we inform you on the latest progress of the Lockheed F-35A. Moreover, there's a big engines special.

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FLUG REVUE October 2016. Foto und Copyright: FR  

 

TAKE-OFF
Solar Impulse 2

Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg bring off sensational solar powered circumnavigation of the earth

CIVIL AVIATION
Is it curtains for the Boeing 747-8?
A few inconspicuous lines in a quarterly report have prompted speculation that production of the legendary jumbo jet could be coming to an end
Lufthansa’s half-year financial report
Slump in the long-haul market has led to downward revision of forecast
Malaysia Airlines
After two heavy blows the Malaysians are hoping for a revival with a new concept

BUSINESS AVIATION
Lufthansa Technik

At the Hamburg site normal airliners are fitted with an exclusive, custom-built VIP interior

MILITARY AVIATION
Lockheed Martin F-35A

The US Air Force has followed the Marine Corps in proclaiming initial operational capability for the stealth fighter bomber
Boeing KC-46A Pegasus
The first production aircraft of the new tanker have been ordered
Dassault Super Étendard
The robust fighter has been retired from the Aéronavale
German Air Force Association
Berlin section on information-gathering journey in the south

ENGINES SPECIAL
Giant on the test stand
The GE9X earmarked for the Boeing 777X is the biggest engine in the world. GE plans to satisfy the ambitious specification through the use of new technologies.
XL geared turbofan from Rolls-Royce
Replacement for the Trent family: following a dispute with Pratt & Whitney the British are working on a geared fan engine of their own
Open Rotor set to shortly undergo green run
The noise problem of the future powerplant with the counter-rotating propellers appears to be sorted. But many questions still remain unanswered.

SPACEFLIGHT
China’s ambitions in space

Sights set on manned missions to the moon: China is pushing ahead with its space programme with new rockets and spaceships
Dispute over the RD-180
The Russian engine for the American Atlas V is proving a contentious issue
Space News

HISTORY
Ryan X-13

The vertical take-off and landing jet with Avon engine was launched from a trailer

REGULARS
October editorial:
the problem childs of Airbus and Boeing
Reader Forum
News
AIRSpot
Briefing:
Radio beacons
Occupations:
Lufthansa with new pilot training concept
Job mart
Service:
Models, dates, publisher’s information
Afterburner: 
Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-4 flies in the US
Preview

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