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
Airbus Chief Rejects Supersonic Travel 
Airbus no longer looks interested in civil supersonic flight, after having briefly been involved in such a project.
Safran Deploys Faster Quality Control At LEAP Suppliers 
As the production of the CFM LEAP engine is continuing to ramp up, Safran Aircraft Engines is helping suppliers implement faster quality control methods.
Large Airship Program Completes Wind Tunnel Testing 
Flying Whales, a would-be manufacturer of large airships for commercial freight, has completed a test campaign at an Onera wind tunnel in Lille, France.
Flying Whale Airship Completes Small-Scale Wind Tunnel Testing 
Flying Whales, the French developer behind large airships for commercial freight, has completed a test campaign at an ONERA wind tunnel in Lille, France.
Safran Closes Collins Unit Acquisition 
Multinational aerospace engine and component company Safran has finalized the acquisition of Collins Aerospace’s electromechanical systems business unit.
Safran Closes Collins Unit Acquisition 
Multinational aerospace engine and component company Safran has finalized the acquisition of Collins Aerospace’s electromechanical systems business unit.
Safran Closes Collins Unit Acquisition 
Multinational aerospace engine and component company Safran has finalized the acquisition of Collins Aerospace’s electromechanical systems business unit.
Airbus Taps Dassault Systemes For Digitalization 
Airbus has signed a five-year memorandum of agreement (MoA) with Dassault Systemes to cooperate on the implementation of a full suite of software tools.
French Watchdog Sees Challenges For Ariane 6 
The in-development Ariane 6 launcher can only be seen as a transitional solution to compete with SpaceX’s rockets and must evolve rapidly, says the Cour des Comptes, the French equivalent of the U.S. GAO.
Airbus Taps Dassault Systèmes For Digitalization 
Airbus has signed a five-year memorandum of agreement (MoA) with Dassault Systèmes to cooperate on the implementation of a full suite of software tools expected to bring digital continuity to the airframer’s operations.
EU Research Sets Sights On Laminar Flow For Drag Reduction 
Europe’s Clean Sky research and technology project begins work on hybrid laminar flow control, focusing on production and operational issues.
Ariane 5 Launches Two Telecom Satellites 
For its first mission of the year, the Ariane 5 heavy rocket has placed two telecommunications satellites into geostationary orbit.
Dassault Delivers First Rafale to Qatar 
The Qatar Emiri Air Force took delivery of its first Rafale fighter during a ceremony Feb. 6 in France.
ArianeGroup Reports Progress On Prometheus Engine 
ArianeGroup has completed the “definition review” of the Prometheus reusable engine demon and conducted the second test firing of Ariane 6’s strap-on booster.
ATR Maintains Its Low-Risk Strategy  2
In a changing environment, ATR is content to offer new versions and upgrades of its existing line.
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