Other News for Hugo Junkers

  • ILA: Premium Aerotec develops corrugated wing spar for Boeing


    Following in the wake of German aviation pioneer Hugo Junkers, who first used corrugated aluminium to stiffen the...


  • Flightglobal’s “Ten Things You Have To See” list for EAA AirVenture 2012


    display restoration canadian skyhawks parachute in Dauntless Recovery Twenty years after unassembled pieces of...


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  • ILA: Premium Aerotec develops corrugated wing spar for Boeing

    News | 12 Sep 2012 06:30 | Michael Gubisch

    Following in the wake of German aviation pioneer Hugo Junkers, who first used corrugated aluminium to stiffen the fuselage skin of his aircraft, EADS aerostructure...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ILA-Premium-Aerotec-develops-corrugated-wing-spar-for-Boeing-376341/
  • Flightglobal’s “Ten Things You Have To See” list for EAA AirVenture 2012

    News | 10 Jul 2012 08:00 | John Croft

    display restoration canadian skyhawks parachute in Dauntless Recovery Twenty years after unassembled pieces of Glacier Girl first...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Flightglobals-Ten-Things-You-Have-To-See-list-for-EAA-AirVenture-2012-373677/
  • Flight 100 - History 1919-1939

    News | 02 Jan 2009 00:01 | Günter Endres

    The inter-war years were a time of renaissance, innovation and record breaking and the creation of the air travel industryhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Flight-100-History-1919-1939-320370/
  • Comment: Crash and burn? 787 safety questioned

    News | 24 Sep 2007 10:15

    Criticism by a former Boeing engineer has brought renewed scrutiny to the crashworthiness of the 787's composite airframe. Are the concerns real or just out-of-date thinking?http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Comment-Crash-and-burn-787-safety-questioned-217009/
  • Flying a legend

    News | 18 Dec 1996 00:00

    Despite being more than six decades old, the Junkers Ju-52 is still going strong. <p>Herman De Wulf/BRUSSELS </p> <p>How long do aircraft last? The legendary Junkers Ju-52/3m tri-motor transport is 60 years old and still extremely popular - especially for pleasure-trips. One airworthy example is operated in Lufthansa colours, and is booked to capacity most of the time. </p> <p>People pay DM260 ($166) for a scenic flight lasting no more than 45min. "Tante Ju" (Auntie Junkers), as the historic Junkers airliner is affectionately known in Germany, cruises at a sedate 100kt (185km/h), rarely any higher than 2,000ft above ground level, and operates only in visual-flight-rules conditions. It carries just16 passengers, but they travel in pre-Second World War leather-seated luxury, watching the landscape moving slowly through large windows while enjoying plenty of elbow room. By today's standards, the corrugated duraluminium Ju-52/3m is a simple aircraft, with fixed landing-gear, propelledhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Flying-a-legend-10363/