24.03.2017
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Table of contentsFLUG REVUE March 2017

In our March issue, we show you the Antonov giants, the bigest cargo aircrafts in the world. Moreover, we report USAF's goodbye to the Phantom II and the deployment of the "Red Lion".

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FLUG REVUE March 2017. Foto und Copyright: FR  

 

TAKE-OFF
Antonov’s giants

The unique capabilities and dimensions of former Soviet airlifters are making them indispensible in the West too, as special cargo aircraft
CIVIL AVIATION
Flybe

Europe’s biggest regional airline adjusts to Brexit
Delivery statistics for Airbus and Boeing
Record numbers, but the market is weakening
Watt airport, Barra
In Scotland commercial aircraft simply land in a bay at low tide

BUSINESS AVIATION
Leonardo Helicopters AW139

With the AW139 the Italians have created a success model, sales of which have just about reached 1,000

MILITARY AVIATION
Sukhoi Su-30

The multi-role fighter aircraft is now in service with the Russian Air Force too
McDonnell Douglas QF-4 Phantom II
The USAF has retired the drone version of the legendary fighter jet
Bell Boeing MV-22 Osprey
The “Red Lion” squadron from California has already been deployed in the Middle East
German Air Force Association
Information weeks for young people

TECHNOLOGY
NASA’s X aircraft

A number of new research aircraft are set to make aviation more ecological
Big data in aviation
The information that airlines can extract from aircraft and passenger data

SPACEFLIGHT

European Data Relay System
Satellite data is transmitted to Earth almost in real time using laser beams
Private lunar mission
A German team of researchers plans to send a rover to the moon by the end of the year
Space news

HISTORY
Fairey IIIF

The robust biplane was in service in the colonies and on aircraft carriers

REGULARS
March Editorial
News
Passenger and cabin
AIRSpot
Briefing:
Air brakes
Occupations:
Recruitment drive at Lufthansa
Job mart
Service:
Models, dates, publisher’s information
Afterburner:
A Mosquito T.III is enriching the collection of Paul Allen
Preview

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