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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
FEATURES:
KEMBLE'S CLASSICS - Cliff Knox's picture-report on ilm year's Great Vintage Flying Weekend on May 10-12
PRESERVATION PIONEERS - Skyfame Aircraft Museum founder Peter Thomas charts the museum's brief but impressive existence
A CENTURY OF ... AIR NAVIGATION - Former World War Two RAF navigator - Roy Nesbit charts 100 years of development from Mk 1 eyeball to GPS
LESSONS IN FLIGHT - Legendary record-setting, racing and test-pilot Alex Henshaw recalls a formative (and potentially fatal) experience in a Comper Swift during the early years of his flying career
TWIN-STICK THOROUGHBRED - In the first of this issue's Mustang double-bill, Michael O'Leary spotlights a dual-control North American TF-51 which is coming to the UK this summer...
GIFT HORSE FOR HENDON - ...while Paul Coggan describes the $l-5m P-51D recently donated to the Royal Air Force Museum
RAF COASTAL COMMAND - An introduction to our special section, followed by Database on the shipbusting Bristol Beaufighter
HOW TO MOOR A SUNDERLAND - All you need to know, by Tony Richardson
INVASION BLUES - John Lewery recalls an unusual wartime air-sea rescue

REGULARS:
NEWS - All the latest preservation news, presented by Tony Harmsworth
LOST AND FOUND - Philip Jarrett asks about an early American airline
CONTACT! - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters on a wide variety of topics
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with Eric Moody, a Boeing 747 pilot with a special claim to fame, by Melvyn Hiscock
PICTURE OF THE MONTH - This month's photograph features a striking portrait of a Hawker Hurricane
HIGH SOCIETY - This month: the Society of Air Racing Historians
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 75 years ago -August 1928
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's regular comment column

DATABASE - BRISTOL BEAUFIGHTER:
TYPE HISTORY - Tony Butller describes the origins and development of one of the RAF's most versatile wartime aircraft
SCALE DRAWINGS - Three-view drawing and scrap views by Tim Hall
FROM DUSK TILL DAWN - As the first RAF radar nightfighler, the Beau was a deadly adversary of the Luftwaffe's night bombers, who often found themselves ill met by moonlight
BUILDING THE MIGHTY BEAU - The Beaufighter in technical detail
CUTAWAY DRAWING - A J.H. Clark illustration from the September 12, 1941 issue of The Aeroplane
THE WHISPERING DEATH - Jerry Scutts details the service history ol the various marks of the Beaufighter, including its devastating success as a shipbuster with Coastal Command
FROM THE COCKPIT - The king of swing ? Beaufighier pilots' perspectives collected by Chaz Bowyer
SURVIVORS - A comprehensive list of Beaufighters in museums worldwide, compiled by Tony Harmsworth

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