Table of contentsFLUG REVUE January 2018
In our January issue we report about the 100th A380 for Emirates and spectacular new orders in Dubai Airshow. Also: Shape-changing wings and reusable rockets.
100th A380 for Emirates
Dubai’s ﬂeet of giants serves as a spectacular advertising vehicle for the airline.
Airbus´s hopes for China
Increasing numbers of collaborative projects should give a boost to sales.
Tli Cho Air
The native owned airline provides a commuter service to Canada’s Arctic diamond mines.
The city airport is growing on an extremely confined site; soon the A380 is expected to arrive.
Spectacular new orders in Dubai Airshow
Major order announcements secure positive outcome for the manufacturers’.
Jet Aviation celebrates 50th birthday
Good business with VIP equipment and FBO bases worldwide.
The Luftwaffe has relocated training of the fghter-bomber crews to Jagel.
F-35 for the Luftwaffe?
The stealth fghter could turn into the Luftwaffe’s successor to the Tornado.
Su-30 versions in China
There is even a Chinese derivative of the multi-purpose version of the “Flanker”.
German Air Force Association
Teenagers visit Tactical Air Force Wing 73 in Laage.
Adaptive aerofoils could render landing ﬂaps superﬂuous in the future.
Airtec trade show
Aerospace industry suppliers were exhibiting their latest creations in Hallbergmoos.
The evaluation of large volumes of data from engines is expected to improve maintenance.
How reusable components should make spaceﬂight cheaper.
“America bomber” Me 264
Messerschmitt built just one prototype of the big four-engined aircraft
VIP interview with Alexander Toussaint, CEO of RUAG Aerostructures
Passenger and cabin
Briefing: High lift devices
Occupations: AIRstudent event
Service: Models, books
Service: Readers´ trips 2018, publisher´s information
Afterburner: Curtiss P40E Warhawk