Farnborough 2016

Winging it : the U.K.'s divorce from Europe will challenge its drive to be the leading wing manufacturer / Graham Warwick -- Shape of the future : wings will get longer, lighter and more flexible, with passive tailoring and active control / Graham Warwick -- A little help : French aerospace primes need more efficient suppliers to meet producten increases / Amy Svitak -- The British Connection : U.K. companies stand to earn $1.3 billion a year as suppliers to the F-35 / Angus Batey -- Special relationship : U.S., U.K. talk up training and logistics plans for joint F-35 basing in England / Tony Osborne -- Fighter flood : eastern-bloc fighters are beginning to disappear as Europe recapitalizes forces / Tony Osborne -- Stealth science 101 : how low-observable technology enhances aircraft survivability / Daniel Katz -- Raptor revisited : Congress has ordered the U.S. Air Force to examine producing more F-22s. Is it worth it? / Daniel Katz -- Active adaptive : AETP awards set to put sixth-gen U.S. combat engines in motion / Guy Norris -- Extra edge -- Setback tsunami : gearbox issues, material and quality concerns challenge A400M schedules / Tony Osborne -- Taking the initiative : European air arms boost unmanned capabilities / Tony Osborne -- Forging ahead : Alcoa chief Klaus Kleinfeld on how A&D drives the new Arconic company -- A turning point in U.K. space : Britain seems ready to recommit to its space effort, but it is a slow slog / Amy Svitak -- Subsidy battle anew : another trade dispute likely will mark the advent of new competitors in the single-aisle market / Jens Flottau [and four others] -- 'It is a piece of art' [interview with Airbus CEO Fabrice Bregler] -- Family planning : Airbus is tackling A320neo in-service issues as Boeing closes in on new 737 MAX variants / Guy Norris and Jens Flottau -- 'Our future is not guaranteed' [interview with Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg] -- Sharper MOM focus : engine technology, nacelle integration could be pacing items for middle-of-market development / Guy Norris -- Quiet progress : Airbus prepares first test A330neo for beginning of final assembly / Jens Flottau -- A bullish Bombardier [interview with CEO Alain Bellemare] -- SME encouragement : Quebec backs small- and medium-size enterprises with funds and a game plan / Graham Warwick -- 'The rules are clear' [interview with Embraer CEO Frederico Fleury Curado] -- Gaining experience : Embraer, ahead in its testing phase, hopes the E190-E2 will be mature at entry into service / Jens Flottau.


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  • Accession Number: 01607303
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Northwestern University Transportation Library
  • Files: TLIB
  • Created Date: Aug 2 2016 9:54AM