FLUG REVUE September 2015
The sensational comeback of the Junkers F 13 is one of the topics of our September issue, in which we also look at the progress of A320neo flight testing and bring you details of the Bluecopter research rotorcraft. You will also find an update on the MRJ and a pilot report of the Legacy 500.
Rimowa's new Junkers F13
The first all-metal airliner in the world is set to re-enter production nearly 100 years on.
Airbus A320neo under time pressure
Flight testing of the new generation of twinjets has finally resumed after engine troubles
Making profits as a rejuvenated tourist airline and island hopper
Giant flying boat used to fight forest fires in Canada
Japan hopes to regain a footing in the airliner market with the regional jet
Embraer Legacy 500
Flight test of the new Brazilian high-tech business jet
US Marine Corps top exercise
USMC pilots gain an insight into complex missions on WTI courses in Yuma.
300,000 flying hours notched up
Tornado upgrade in Italy
The variable-geometry wing aircraft still has another decade of service ahead of it in Italy
Italian Blade 2015
Report from major European helicopter exercise in Viterbo
Luftwaffe at exercise Arctic Challenge 2015
Bestselling Rolls Royce Trent family
Trent series engines have been successful on the market for 25 years.
Airbus Helicopters Bluecopter
Important test vehicle for new technologies is flying in Donauwörth
Sharp pictures of Pluto and Charon
NASA's New Horizons probe is investigating what was once the ninth planet
Diving into space
Astronauts train underwater for work on board the ISS
Vought A-7 Corsair II
It was 50 years ago that the robust fighter bomber took off on its maiden flight
September editorial: Germany needs SIGINT UAV
Aerospace jobs: DLR researcher Kai Wicke
Afterburner: Goodyear FG-1D Corsair