Thierry Dubois

Thierry
Dubois
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Thierry Dubois covers French aerospace for Aviation Week & Space Technology.

Thierry graduated in fluid dynamics in Toulouse in the mid-1990s. Looking for a job in aerospace, he found his first one in 1997 with French weekly Air & Cosmos. In 2000, he moved to Lyon, where he became a freelancer for several English- and French-language publications. These included AIN, Rotor & Wing, Aviation Maintenance, Science & Vie and Aerobuzz. Thierry's main focus has long been technology.

 

Articles
ATR Sales Rebound Spectacularly 
ATR CEO Christian Scherer said in January that “the Great Wall is not insurmountable,” and Chinese orders have indeed helped ATR sales bounce back to a high level.
French Mirage Air-to-ground 2000D Getting Weapon System Upgrade 
As part of a tradeoff for reduced deliveries, the French Air Force gets a pumped-up combat aircraft.
French Air Force Pleased With Airbus A400M Progress 
Seeing progress in its Airbus A400M's capabilities and practically on-time deliveries, the French Air Force has adopted a supportive stance on the program.
Stratobus Gathers Momentum With Airstar Deal
Thales Alenia Space is to take a “minority stake” in Airstar Aerospace, a company with know-how in balloon envelopes, in a bid to advance its Stratobus telecommunications airship project.
ALC Inks Order for 12 More Airbus A321neos
Air Lease Corporation has today has signed a firm order for 12 additional Airbus A321neos.
Safran Has Products, Ideas and Job Opportunities
Safran’s exhibit includes a fuel cell, a solution for solid hydrogen storage and hybrid propulsion systems.
Safran Gets EASA Nod for Ardiden 3G Turboshaft
Safran Helicopter Engines has received EASA certification for its Ardiden 3G helicopter engine, which powers Russian Helicopters’ Ka-62 medium twin.
Safran’s Arriel 2L2 Makes Ground Run
Safran Helicopter Engines’ Arriel 2L2 turboshaft performed its first ground run at the company’s Bordes, France, facility early this month.
ALC Orders More Airbus A321neos 
Air Lease Corp. has signed a firm order for 12 additional Airbus A321neos.
Arianespace Sees Weak Market for Commercial Geostationary Satellites
A very small number of geostationary satellites have been ordered this year so far because the industry is devising strategies to meet an upcoming surge in demand for connectivity, launch service provider Arianespace says.
Stratobus Telecom Airship Gains Momentum 
Thales Alenia Space is to take a “minority stake” in Airstar Aerospace, a company with know-how in balloon envelopes, in a bid to advance its Stratobus telecommunications airship project.
Daher Showcases TBM 930 With World War I Livery
A Daher TBM 930 business turboprop at Le Bourget has a symbolic livery honoring the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I.
French Air Force Happy With Airbus A400M Progress 5
Seeing progress in its Airbus A400M's capabilities and practically on-time deliveries, the French Air Force has adopted a supportive stance on the program.
Saft’s Lithium-Ion Batteries At Paris Air Show on F-35 and A350
There are now approximately 50 A350s flying with lithium-ion batteries.
Daher to Grow Footprint in Americas
Aerostructure specialist and business aircraft manufacturer Daher says it is actually growing its American footprint, after years of expressing hope of doing so.
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