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Table of contentsFLUG REVUE August 2018

In our August issue we report about what comes after the ISS and Tiger Meet in Poland. Also: Rafale onboard USS Bush and Airbus in Hamburg.

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TAKE_OFF
Antonov An-225

The biggest aircraft in the world is once again being used more intensively for global cargo flights

CIVIL AVIATION
Airbus in Hamburg

Airbus´s Finkenwerder site is working flat out to raise production
Joon
Air France is now pinning its hope on a budget brand that will provide both short- and long-range services
Airbus A 380
The first examples are destined to be cannibalized for spare parts
Bombardier C Series
Takeover by Airbus is complete
Krakow airport
Routes offered include the USA

BUSINESS AVIATION
EBACE trade show in Geneva

Bombardier unveils new models, while market conditions are looking up

MILITARY AVIATION
Tiger Meet in Poland

Colourful aircraft and top-class training opportunities
IAI Heron TP
Leasing agreement for the Luftwaffe is in place
Rafale onboard USS Bush
The French aircrews were able to train in  the USA while the Charles de Gaulle is undergoing an overhaul
German Air Force Association
Eurofighter and Tornado for Green Flag West in Nellis AFB

TECHNOLOGY
Virtual reality

Digital 3D modelling is improving aircraft development, production and maintenance
Fuel cells
In the future it will be possible to operate auxiliary units with electricity
Rolls-Royce Trent 1000
Dreamliner engine is a matter of concern

SPACEFLIGHT
What comes after the ISS?

Already today there are plans for five possible new space stations
Spaceflight news

HISTORY
Arado Ar 234

The world´s first jet bomber took off on iths maiden flight 75 years ago

REGULARS
August Editorial
News
AIRSpot
Passenger and cabin
Briefing: Gyro instruments
Occupations: 3D printing expert
Job mart
Service: Books, dates, publisher´s information
Readers Forum
Afterburner: Junkers F 13 flies with Ju 52 over Dessau
Preview

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- Stationen im All: Was kommt nach der ISS?
- Rafale fliegt auf der "Bush"
- Flugzeugbau virtuell: Alles wird digital
- Joon: Der Billigflieger von Air France
- Airbus-Lieferzentrum: Hochbetrieb in Hamburg