January 18, 2016

100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Safety’s Top Ten

Leading Edge

Change Takes Time

Up Front

Far from Failure

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100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Safety’s Top Ten

The innovations that revolutionized air safety

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Leading Edge

Change Takes Time

The promise of morphing aircraft has yet to be realized

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Up Front

Far from Failure

The Airbus A380 is a testament to Europe’s commercial aerospace success and foresight

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First Take

Northrop Grumman is installing the radar in the first NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) Global Hawk following first flight of the unmanned aircraft in December. After tests at Edwards AFB, California, the first of five NATO AGS will be ferried to Sigonella, Sicily, for integration with the European-developed ground systems (page 32).
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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Building Volume

Airbus is starting to deliver greater numbers of A350s as Boeing benefits from high 787 output

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Low-Cost Tactics

Asiana’s new subsidiary is an important facet of its recovery plan

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Quicker Starter

No downside to GTF ‘motor-to-start’ upgrade as Lufthansa is set for delayed A320neo delivery

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DEFENSE

Terror by Drone

A hierarchy of countermeasures will be needed to deal with the threat of malicious UAV use

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DEFENSE

Canberra’s New Ears

Australia acknowledges intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance effort with G550 order

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DEFENSE

Less Is More

Belgium ups spending on defense equipment, but only enough to afford new fighters

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