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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, February 1988 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
What did happen to Amy Johnson? - Part 2 - In the second half of his investigation into the last flight of national heroine Amy Johnson, Roy Nesbit reveals new links in the chain of tragic circumstances which led to her death
Testing the early American jets - Roland Beamont concludes his recollections of test-flying second-generation jet fighters in the Fifties by describing the F-106 Delta Dart
Champlin Fighter Museum - Howard Levy begins a two-part report from Arizona, USA, the home. of one of the world's most formidable collections of vintage fighters
Images of war ? Part 4 - George Parry recalls his time as a photographer with Coastal Command during World War Two
Personal album ? military - Featuring between-the-wars RAF types
Active Anuska - Emit Pozar reports from Yugoslavia on a trio of Antonov An-2s still cropspraying?and pleasure flying?more than 40yr after the type's first flight
Salute to the Sunderland ? Part 3 - Ken Robinson continues his 50th anniversary tribute to the great flying-boat
Southern Cross reborn - Susan Stephenson reports from Adelaide on a recently-completed flying replica of Kings ford Smith's trailblazing Fokker trimotor
Personal album ? civil - Airliner pictures supplied by the daughter of Capt Gordon Orley, a pioneer of British air transport
Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on between-the-wars airliners continues with the Junkers-Ju 60 and Ju 160
Richard Fairey ? Part 2 - Kevin Desmond concludes his two-part biography of the founder of the Fairey Aviation Company
Preservation Profile - The Swiss-registered Eria 5A HB-SEX is this month's subject
Avro apprentice ? Part 1 - David Thirlby begins a two-part account of his apprenticeship with A. V. Roe & Co Ltd in the late Forties and early Fifties
For business and pleasure - Mike Jenam continues his series on British post-war private and club aircraft with the Auster J/SB Autocar and its various permutations

Our front cover photograph, depicting the Confederate Air Force's CASA 2111 flying from Harlingen last summer, was taken by John Luke. The Spanish-built Heinkel He 111 bomber is powered by a pair of Rolls-Royce Merlins in place of the original Daimler-Benz or Junkers Jumo engines. This same aircraft is also the subject of this month's centrespread
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