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Table of contentsFLUG REVUE August 2016

In our August issue, we're reporting about the 100th anniversary of Boeing. Therefore we show you the most successfull planes of Boeing.

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FLUG REVUE August 2016. Foto und Copyright: FR  

 

CIVIL AVIATION
Roll-out of the first MS-21
At Irkut the first member of Russia’s most modern aircraft family is factory complete
Airbus is coaxing production upwards
As in a hurdle race, Airbus still has several obstacles to overcome before it can raise production rates significantly

INDUSTRY
Industry showcase: the Berlin Air Show (ILA)
From brand-new Airbus A380 to a complete 3D-printed aircraft
RS-UAS exhibits Q01
New surveillance aircraft for Qatar
Spaceflight at the Berlin Air Show
Europe’s answer to SpaceX
ILA CareerCenter
New specialists sought for new technologies

BUSINESS AVIATION
Dassault Falcon 8X
The ultra long-range jet demonstrates its capabilities over the course of a world tour

MILITARY AVIATION
Tiger Meet in Spain
There were almost 1,000 participants at this year’s Tiger Meet exercise, which saw a record number of missions
Dornier 228 in Venezuela
Remote settlements can be served by the small transport aircraft
Roll-out of the Saab Gripen E
With new systems and a more powerful engine, the fighter remains attractive
German Air Force Association
Bundeswehr Open Day with flight programme

TECHNOLOGY
Time-tested wind tunnels
Wind tunnel tests are more important than ever for aircraft development, but their role has changed
Focus on new technologies
Following the Silicon Valley model, companies and research establishments are working side by side in Hamburg

SPACEFLIGHT

High-resolution view of the Earth
The Sentinel satellites are gathering extensive data about our environment
Space news

REGULARS

August editorial
News
Briefing:
RVSM
Occupations:
Aeronautical meteorological forecaster
Job mart
Service:
Models, dates, publisher’s information
Afterburner:
Solar Impulse 2 has crossed the Atlantic
Preview

SPECIAL: 100 YEARS BOEING
The best aircraft
Again and again Boeing has built best-selling aircraft which secured a dominant position for the company in both civil and military markets
Boeing in Germany
As a global company, Boeing also invests in Germany, where Jeppesen is based
VIP interview
Ray Conner on Boeing’s commercial aircraft strategy
Crystal ball gazing at Boeing
Will hybrid jets be the next big success and is Supersonic making a comeback?

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