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
Six Cool Aircraft Interiors Innovations At AIX 2019 
Strolling down the aisles of AIX 2019 reveals a number of surprises that let the visitor hope that passenger experience will actually improve.
France’s Gifas Expect Certification Costs To Rise After MAX Crisis 
Officials from French aerospace industry lobbying group Gifas are predicting the ongoing safety crisis around the Boeing 737 MAX will cause certification costs to increase.
France’s Gifas Expect Certification Costs To Rise After MAX Crisis 
Officials from French aerospace industry lobbying group Gifas are predicting the ongoing safety crisis around the Boeing 737 MAX will cause certification costs to increase.
Airbus To Offer Enhanced Vision System On Head-up Display 
Targeting Chinese carriers, Airbus is flight testing an enhanced flight vision system on an A320.
LEAP-1B Eyes Catch Up As 737 Production Slows 
The LEAP-1B engine program should catch up on deliveries to Boeing in 3-4 weeks, the CFM International program director told Aviation Week Apr. 10, and will not change plans even though Boeing is slowing the 737 production rate to 42 aircraft a month.
MAX Production Cut Weighs On Supply Chain But Does Not Break It 
It was never going to be the best year, but suddenly the 2019 commercial aerospace manufacturing outlook is cloudier due to the Boeing 737 MAX production cut.
Airbus Predicts Personalized Passenger Experience By 2030 
The internet-of-things platform for cabin equipment Airbus introduced at AIX Apr. 2 may be seen as a first step towards a more customized experience for the passenger, according to Airbus VP for cabin marketing Ingo Wuggetzer.
Six Cool Innovations At Aircraft Interiors Expo 2019
New ideas to enhance the onboard passenger experience include connectivity and seating improvements.
Diehl Touts Innovative Loudspeaker, Touchless Lavatory At AIX 
German cabin interiors and aircraft systems supplier Diehl Aviation is developing a replacement for conventional loudspeakers in the passenger cabin using the lower panel of the overhead baggage compartment as a membrane.
Latecoere Working On Li-Fi As Faster Alternative To Wi-Fi 
HAMBURG—Aerostructure and wiring specialist Latecoere is developing a Li-Fi system, based on light signal transmission via optical fiber and light-modulation infrared LEDs, as a way to increase the bandwidth of inflight entertainment (IFE) systems.
Airbus Offers Lower-Cost Seat For Business Class 
Airbus has revealed a newly-created Settee Corner concept for business class, combining flexible use and lower production costs.
Airbus XL Baggage Bins Enter Service With American Airlines 
American Airlines has begun using Airbus’ Airspace XL overhead baggage bins in revenue service on an A321neo, becoming the first carrier to operate the new piece of cabin furniture.
Predictive Techniques Improve Cabin Air System Reliability 
Cabin air system designers have to deal with difficult working conditions for their products but have harnessed big data analytics to make them more reliable and maintainable.
Airbus Presses On With Lower-Deck Cabin Module 
Airbus has yet to find a customer for its lower-deck cabin module but its promoters have clearer ideas on how to market and certify it.
Airbus Evolves ‘Day & Night’ First-Class Concept 
Airbus has made a prominent change to its Day & Night first-class concept, the “night” area of which now looks like a two-person bedroom.
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