Thierry Dubois

Thierry
Dubois
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

Podcast: Business Aviation Under Siege 2
Safety and security have always been a given in the business aviation industry. Now, attention has turned to adding sustainability to the mix, with alternative jet fuel leading the news at EBACE this year. Also, in the aftermath of the Boeing MAX crashes, are changes needed to the ODA process? Listen in as our editors discuss this and more from Geneva, Switzerland.
Honda Ramps Up HondaJet Production 
Honda Aircraft is preparing to ramp up production of HondaJet Elites by 25%, to five aircraft per month from the current four, by next year.
Germany Orders Airbus ACJ350 Trio
Airbus has received a firm order for three ACJ350-900 XWBs from the German government – which is thus becoming the first government customer for the type.
HondaJet Claims Top Spot in Light Jet Sales
Airbus has received a firm order for three ACJ350-900 XWBs from the German government – which is thus becoming the first government customer for the type.
Dassault Grows Its MRO Footprint
Dassault Aviation’s recent acquisition of two major maintenance networks in business aviation signals a strategic shift to capture more of the revenues a Falcon generates over its life.
Honeywell Launches Improved Flight Planner for Eurocontrol
The new technology was created to ease the burden on pilots and dispatchers who are tasked with planning flights in Europe, a congested and often restricted region.
Dassault's 3D Scanner Speeds Repairs
Dassault Aviation's scanner has started proving its worth in airframe repairs, accelerating the damage description process.
Boutsen Enjoys Falcon 7X Fever
The company has sold 10 Falcon 7Xs in the last two years. Recently, two separate 7X deals were closed in the same week. One of them was the fourth and final sale of Saudia Private Aviation’s fleet.
Honda Ramps Up HondaJet Production
Honda Aircraft is preparing to ramp up production by 25%, to five HondaJet Elites per month from the current four, by next year.
Volocopter CEO Is Keynote Speaker At EBACE
Florian Reuter, CEO of Germany's eVTOL aircraft pioneer Volocopter, is to open EBACE 2019's keynote session, thus highlighting the likely importance of urban air mobility in aviation's future and its connection with business aviation.
Falcon 6X Mockup Makes EBACE Debut
A cabin mockup of Dassault’s in-development Falcon 6X business jet is debuting here at EBACE 2019, where the manufacturer also has three aircraft on the static display.
Piaggio Is Up for Sale
Piaggio Aerospace, the manufacturer of the P.180 Avanti Evo twin turboprop, is looking for buyers.
European Business Aircraft’s Mixed Fortunes 
In Europe, manufacturers of business aircraft have to be creative to thrive in an often uncertain market.
Ryanair Pilots To Get Flight Replay App 
Ryanair has signed up for a flight replay app that its pilots will be able to use in the cockpit once the aircraft is parked.
Fortunes Mixed For European Bizav 
EBACE 2019 will open May 21-23 in Geneva as European business aircraft manufacturers are experiencing varying levels of success.
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