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Table of contentsFLUG REVUE February 2018

In our February issue we report about NIKI and Sea Lion for German Navy. Also: The Open Rotor and space station in Mars orbit.

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FLUG REVUE February 2018. Foto und Copyright: FR  

 

TAKE-OFF
Last F-16 from Fort Worth
After over 40 years Lockheed Martin has terminated production of the Fighting Falcon in Texas. New orders will be built from now on in Greenville.

 

CIVIL AVIATION
Icelandair growing in a niche market 
Tourists and transatlantic passengers are filling up Iceland’s blue and yellow twinjets, which now also operate out of Berlin Tegel.

NIKI shuts down
After EU competition officials want more slot concessions, Lufthansa pulls out of deal.

Airport Astana
Ambitious upgrade of refueling stop on the way to the Far East into a transfer hub.

 

BUSINESS AVIATION

Cessna’s latest offerings
Into new markets with large business jets and light turboprops.

 

MILITARY AVIATION
Kfir in Colombia
The upgraded Israeli fighter continues to be the backbone of the Colombian Air Force

Sea Lion for German Navy
Airbus Helicopters has flown the second Naval Transport Helicopter in Donauwörth in order to make progress with testing of the new NH90 version.

Luftwaffe trains in Israel
Historic first: Eurofighters fly above the Holy Land.

German Air Force Association
H145M notches up 5,000 flying hours.

 

TECHNOLOGY

The Open Rotor, a marvel of technology
European industry has reinterpreted and tested the propulsion system that was developed in the USA in the 1980s.

Passenger jets without pilots?
Boeing investigates the possibility of autonomous flying in civil aviation.

 

SPACEFLIGHT

Space station in Mars orbit 

Lockheed Martin hopes to transport astronauts to the Red Planet using conventional technology as early as 2028.

Space news

 

HISTORY

Mil Mi-10
The Soviet flying-crane helicopter eclipsed Western types.

 

REGULARS

February Editorial

News

AIRSpot

Passenger and cabin

Briefnig: NOTAM

Occupations: Degree in Aviation

Management

Service: Models, books

Service: Dates, publisher’s information

Afterburner: Douglas C-54E

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