Thierry Dubois

Thierry
Dubois
France Bureau Chief,
Aviation Week Network

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
Daher, Airbus, Safran Unveil Distributed Propulsion Demo 
Dubbed Ecopulse, the modified Daher TBM 900 series turboprop single will feature, in addition to its usual nose-section engine and propeller, three smaller propellers on each wing.
How The New Thales FlytX Can Help Pilots Do Their Job Better
Thales is demonstrating its new FlytX avionics suite at the 2019 Paris Air Show. Watch as Aviation Week takes a look at how Thales is pitching the new system as an option for reduced training and optimizing workload in the flight deck.
French MoD Has FCAS Mission Demo
As part of the definition phase of the Future Combat Air System (FCAS), the French Ministry of Armed Forces is here with a demonstration movie of a “new-generation collaborative combat” mission in 2040.
Safran CEO On How Best To Organize And Partner 
Safran CEO Philippe Petitcolin, while still working on Zodiac integration, is also bracing for airframers taking design work away from system manufacturers.
Dassault Aviation CEO Has A Recipe For Cooperation 
Eric Trappier speaks with Aviation Week about Franco-German cooperation for a future combat air system and ambitions for a spaceplane.
Arianespace Readies For Two New Launchers In Kourou 
The Ariane 6 program appears to be on time and has received some financial support from the European Space Agency.
Daher Strengthens Composite Skills With KVE Acquisition 
KVE Composites’ skills in thermoplastics will set a new standard, according to aerostructures specialist Daher, which is acquiring the Dutch company.
French Air Chief Of Staff On Transformative New Aircraft And Upgrades 
French Air Chief of Staff Philippe Lavigne tells Aviation Week about how the A330 MRTT, MQ-9 UAV and PC-21 trainer are revolutionizing French operations.
Airbus-shaped French Industry Needs To Pump Up Its Exports 
French suppliers have geared their efforts to meet demand from Airbus, but profits, foreign sales and human resources remain relatively weak points.
Thales Pitches FlytX Connected Cockpit For 2022 
After at least six years of research and technology work on the Avionics 2020 demonstrator, Thales’ efforts toward creating a more intuitive cockpit have crystallized into the FlytX avionics suite.
Thales Pitches FlytX Connected Cockpit For 2022 
After at least six years of research and technology work on the Avionics 2020 demonstrator, Thales’ efforts toward creating a more intuitive cockpit have crystallized into the FlytX avionics suite.
FlytX Connected Cockpit Pitched For 2022 Inception 
After at least six years of research and technology work on the Avionics 2020 demonstrator, Thales’ efforts toward creating a more intuitive cockpit have crystallized into FlytX, an avionics suite that also features connectivity.
Airbus at 50: Top Technologies Created by Airbus
Since Airbus launched the A300B in 1969, technological advances have been the cornerstone of its success. And that work goes on.
Key Innovations Behind Airbus Aircraft  1
Since Airbus launched the A300B in 1969, technological advances have been the cornerstone of its success. And that work goes on.
Falcon 6X Program On Time, Dassault Says 
The Falcon 6X program is on time for a first flight in 2021 and certification and entry into service in 2022, Dassault Aviation chairman and CEO Eric Trappier said.
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