Table of contentsFLUG REVUE November 2017
In our November issue we report about combat helicopters with a range of models available for customers around the world. Also: Is there a successor to the Concorde?
The Turbo Firecat fire-fighting plane
The French civil defence has stationed its fire-fighting fleet in Nîmes-Garons
Successor to the Concorde?
The American company Boom plans to launch a small supersonic passenger jet on the market as soon as the mid-2020s.
The end of airberlin
Who has emerged victorious from the weeks of horse trading over the insolvent airline?
C Series in scheduled service
A day in the cockpit of the new Bombardier twinjet in service with Swiss
Glasgow on the ascendant
The airport which once handled only domestic flights hopes to break through the ten million passenger barrier for the first time this year
Embraer Legacy 450
The light business jet offers a high level of comfort and fly-by-wire controls for the pilots
A range of models are available for customers all over the world
“Red Air” with civilian jets
The RAF and USAF are looking for private companies to provide air combat training
Target practice in France
Draken International supplied A-4N Skyhawk and MB339 are flying for the Marine Nationale
German Air Force Association
Farewell to the Tornados from Holloman
New wing, lower fuel consumption
Airbus is investigating the potential of laminar wings for airliners on an A340-300
How satellite technology enables precision approaches under poor weather conditions
The US Air Force’s secret space plane
What is the Boeing X-37B doing on its long-time missions in space?
Unsuccessful giant helicopter
VIP Interview: Airtec 2017
Passenger and cabin
Occupations: Military pilot in Switzerland
Service: Models, dates, publisher’s information
Afterburner: DC-3 in Aer-Lingus colours