This week Flightglobal publication Flight International has a series of articles previewing the ILA Berlin 2010 show, which runs from 8-13 June at the Berlin Messe. We have a dedicated ILA page with all the latest news, photos, vidoes, and even Tweets here.
Here’s our introduction of the show: ILA may struggle for the spotlight against its bigger European rivals, Paris and Farnborough, but the public debut of the A400M and an appearance by Lufthansa‘s first A380 should make next week’s ILA in Berlin a show to remember. In the following package, we check out the progress of the Airbus Military airlifter and another vital pan-European programme, the NH90 helicopter. We assess how engine-maker MTU has made a success of being everybody’s friend and prospects for the revived Dornier 228 turboprop. We also look at a cluster project in Hamburg and a research initiative in Bavaria.
- ILA preview: How Berlin has survived
- A400M: Here at last, but what now?
- NH90: Winning plaudits
- MTU: Serial partner on propulsion
- Ruag: Swiss roll with new Dornier 228
- Hamburg cluster: Beyond Airbus
- Lufthansa Technik: On time A380
- Bauhaus Luftfahrt: Bavarian brains
The cover image is a shot of the first A400M, taken by EXM photographer Alexandre Doumenjou during the aircraft’s first flight last December. MSN001 is due to make its debut at ILA.
Also featured in this issue are:
- A350 Hackers: System security is focus for e-enabled A350 XWB
- TU-154 Puzzle: Investigators still baffled as to why pilots of fatal Polish presidential flight ignored warnings