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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NEWS - All the latest preservation news from Michael Oakey and Tony Harmsworth
A FLIGHT INTO HISTORY - First air-to-air pictures of The Fighter Collection's P-40C Tomahawk, taken in California ? in formation with two Mitsubishi Zeros ? by Michael O'Leary
BEAUFIGHTER SIDESHOW - Roy Nesbit turns the spotlight on a little-known corner of World War TWo in the Mediterranean, with the help of some remarkable action photographs
AIRSHOWS: BOOM OR BUST? - Tony Harmsworlh talks to display organisers and aircraft operators about the state of the airshow industry
SPY SPITFIRES OVER CHINA - Flt Lt Edward Powles AFC condudes his two-part recollections of flying unofficial reconnaissance flights over communist China in the early Fifties
5-STAR SPITFIRE - It wasn't only reconnaisance Spitfires that were painted blue: exclusive air-to-air pictures of Chris Woods's newly-restored Mk XVI
RHINEBECK REVISITED - Mike Vines goes back to Old Rhinebeck to see whether the late Cole Palen's blend of show-business and veteran aircraft retained its magic
CUTAWAY KINGS: J.H. CLARK - Dr Norman Bartield recalls one of the greatest exponents of the aircraft cutaway drawing. The Aeroplane's Jimmy Clark ? and we present a visual feast of Clark's work
FRENCH LEAVE - Filming aircraft in France for a new Channel 4 TV series was not all clapperboards and cognac, as Melvyn Hiscock reveals
THE ACES - German World War One ace Rudolf Berthold is profiled by Ken Aitken and David Baker
THE UNSUNG GALLANTS - Derek Collier Webb completes his two-pan salute to the heroes of secret wartime flight-testing
PERFECTING THE POWER - Barry Jones describes airborne testbeds for de Havilland's jet engines
A BRACE OF GAMECOCK? - The Gloucester Aviation Collection's static Gamecock replica is taking shape ? and a flyer is on the cards too, as Maurice Brett reports
WEEKEND JOLLY - Mike Hooks looks back ai some exotic foreigners at an international fly-in at Heston in 1936
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - Reviews of a selection of the latest books, plus 1999 calendars for those who want an extra one
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
CROSSWIND - Comment columnisi John Maynard's sideways look at the aviation world
AEROPLANE SERVICES - How to get Aeroplane subscriptions, binders and goodies

FRONT COVER - Super-marine Spitfire Mk XVI SL721/NX721WK has just been repainted in the unique and stunning light-blue colour scheme It wore as the personal aircraft of Air Chief Marshal Sir James Robb in 1948-51. PHILIP WALLICK photographed it exclusively for Aeroplane over northern California on October 11, being flown by owner Chris Woods.
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