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Cover Story - Feeling Hornet? - Then turn to pages 30-35 to see the US Marine Corps F/A-18D in action, caught by the camera of Rick Llinares/ Dash 2 Aviation Photography

REGULARS:

Military Markings - The latest changes to the UK military serial listings, as detailed by Peter R. March
Air Register - Alan J. Wright lists recent additions and deletions to the UK civil register
Airband - Graham Duke reports on the latest ATC/airband radio news
Airnet - In AI's new regular column, Howard Curtis investigates 'flightsims' and 'surfs' the 'net' to bring a monthly round-up of the best aviation sites
Airman - AI's reviewers cast a critical eye over the latest aviation products on the market
Airnews - This month's top news stories from around the world
Civil Scene - Airline and airliner news, compiled by Alan J. Wright and the 'AI' news team
Airpower - National and international military aviation news, by John Fricker
Airview - Preservation news from around the globe, supplied by Peter R. March

FEATURES:

Where the Buffalo reom - Buffalo Airways is a unique airline utilising old propliners to serve the very special needs of Canada's Northwest Territories. Stefano Pagiola braves the elements to report on this hard-working carrier
Night Stalker - At the flick of a switch the F/A-18D can turn from an air superiority fighter to mud mover - by day or night. Rick Llinares/Dash 2 Aviation Photography details the 'Delta' and how it fits into the Hornet family
Airbus overview - In this concluding part of our trilogy on Airbus Industrie, Eryl Crump gives an indication of how the manufacturer hopes to transform to meet the future head-on
World Airshow Dates - Forget cheap imitations, we go all the way! Peter R. March provides 'The Full Monty' of airshow dates for the 1998 display season
Show-biz - The latest news from the air display circuit, as compiled by Mark Ashley
The A Team - Every aircraft leaving Dassault's assembly lines is checked to ensure that it is up to full specifications. This task is carried out by the Acceptance Team. Henri-Pierre Grolleau provides an insight into how a jet is treated before delivery
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