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
France To Order Six Q400MR Waterbombers 
The French interior minister has announced the government’s intention to order six additional Q400MR waterbombers, locally designated Dash-8.
France To Order Six Q400MR Waterbombers 
The French interior minister has announced the government’s intention to order six additional Q400MR waterbombers, locally designated Dash-8.
Six Q400MR Waterbombers On Order For France 
The French interior minister has announced the government’s intention to order six additional Q400MR waterbombers, locally designated Dash-8.
ESA Gears Up For ExoMars 2020 Mission—With Lessons Learned 
The 2016 crash of the Schiaparelli landing module leads to changes the European Space Agency hopes will mean success this time around.
France Awards E-3 Awacs Maintenance/Upgrade Work 
Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance has been awarded a contract by the French Defense Procurement Agency for both the “Maintenance in Operational Condition” and cockpit upgrade of the French Air Force’s four Boeing E-3 Sentry aircraft.
Safran Begins Marketing Of Electric Taxiing System  2
A 20-year-old vision for improving taxiing efficiency may finally be coming to fruition, but in different form.
ATR Sells ATR 72-600s, Unveils Cockpit Improvement 
2017 continues to be a good year for ATR sales, as the Toulouse-based airframer has received an order from Taiwan's Mandarin Airlines (a regional subsidiary of China Airlines) for six ATR 72-600s.
UK Satellite Operator Plans Full-Color Video Constellation 
Earth-i is planning to launch a constellation of Earth observation spacecraft that will provide full-color video images at high-frequency revisit rates.
Airbus, Daher, Solvay Are Working On New Composites R&D  2
Thermoplastic composites may replace thermosets for aerospace uses and have some advantages over metal alloys as well.
ESA Drives To Move Past Galileo Clock Issue 
The European Space Agency says its well on the way to a full constellation of 24 operational satellites, the continuing renewal of which would probably require an average two satellites to be launched every year.
OneWeb And Airbus Inaugurate Satellite Factory In Toulouse 1
Due to the unprecedented number of microsatellites OneWeb needs to provide broadband internet service globally, the facility is the first designed to produce satellites at such a rate—one per day.
Ariane 5 Launches Inmarsat, Hellas Sat And ISRO Payloads 
The Inmarsat/Hellas Sat mission originally was allocated to SpaceX, but was switched to Arianespace due to delays in SpaceX’s manifest following the on-pad explosion of a Falcon 9 in September 2016.
Ariane 5 Launches Several Payloads 
The Inmarsat/Hellas Sat mission originally was allocated to SpaceX, but was switched to Arianespace due to delays in SpaceX’s manifest following the on-pad explosion of a Falcon 9 in September 2016.
ATR Advanced Vision Development In Full Swing 
The regional turboprop OEM is meeting with success on a number of fronts, including its advanced vision systems products.
OneWeb Satellites’ Factory Gears Up For Mass Production 
Airbus and startup OneWeb are preparing to manufacture satellites at an unprecedented pace—one per day.
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