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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, February 2005 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Hurricane Returns from the Depths - Mark Sheppard presents an exclusive news feature
Spirit of the Blue - Hugh Thomas describes how RAF fighter pilot Peter Ayerst sparked off the first major dog-fight of the Battle of France
An Eye for Detail - Our series of fine close-up photographs continues with the Curtiss HS-2L and Seagull flying-boats of the 1920s
Swing Wing - Mike Hooks describes an Italian oddity of 1935
The Office - A detailed look inside the cockpit of the Hawker Hunter
Foxing the Hunter - Still on the subject of Hunters, Tim Skeet looks at the logistical and financial challenges of keeping the type in the air (and also has a ride in one)
A City Airport for Belfast - Guy Warner describes how, in 1924, Malone Air Park became the UK's first municipal airport
Mustang with a Difference - Michael O'Leary describes the world's only two-seat, dual-control, high-back P-51
Personal Album - 1930s British light aircraft
Merlin Magrisns - Richard Winslade reports on the aero-engine restoration work of Retro Track & Air
Happy 80th! - A major milestone for the de Havilland D.H.60 Moth
Three Generations of Aviation Photography - Eric Dumigan describes a family passion

Regulars:
News - All the latest preservation news, presented by Tony Harmsworth
Contact! - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene ? including more details of the Texas "Oscar" taxying mishap
Skywriters - Readers' letters on a wide variety of topics
Flying Visit - A potted interview with display pilot and ETPS tutor Dave Southwood, by Melvyn Hiscock
Picture of the Month - This month's Aeroplane archive photograph special offer features a Vickers Viscount 802 of BEA
Looking Back - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 70 years ago ? February 1935
High Society - The Air Atlantique Classic Flight Club is under the spotlight this month
Crosswind - Sideways comment on the aviation world, from John Fricker. This month: Japanese fire-balloons and Diesel aero-engines

Database:
The Junkers Ju 87 Stuka:
Dr Alfred Price examines one of the most distinctive aircraft of World War Two in detail. Although built in relatively small numbers and soon outclassed in combat, in its day the Luftwaffe's Stuka dive-bomber made Europe tremble

Navigator:
Our Navigator section at the back of the magazine tells you all you need to know about what to buy and where to go:
- Book reviews, including a Book of the Month by Alex Henshaw
- Internet review - this month: aviation book publishers and book-buying on the internet
- Flight-simulator software review
- Airshows & events for January & February
- Information Exchange
- Reader offers - booklight - and Aeroplane Spotter CD-ROM
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