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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, January 2002 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NEWS - All the latest preservation news from the UK and around the world, presented by Tony Harmsworth
LOST AND FOUND - Philip Jarrett chases the elusive Handley Page L/200
CONTACT! - The second of Paul Coggan's new regular preservation comment columns
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with ATA and glider pilot Ann Welch OBE, by Melvyn Hiscock
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 80 years ago ? January 1922
HIGH SOCIETY - The Handley Page Association
CROSSWIND - Sideways comment on aviation, from John Maynard

THE BIG PICTURE - Peter R. Arnold reveals how some rare wartime film was used to recreate a portrait of a famous Spitfire
ZURA: TURNING CARTWHEELS IN THE SKY - John Painter begins a major three-part biography of test pilot Jan Zurakowski, who invented the breathtaking "Zurabatic Cartwheel" aerobatic manoeuvre in the early 1950s
ALLIED HEADQUARTERS - Tony Harmsworth reports from Duxford on the opening of the new Aircraft Restoration Company/Historic Flying Ltd joint-venture hangar
MOSQUITO UPDATE No 4 - Jack Meadows reports from Vancouver on the latest progress in putting Mosquito VR796 back in the air
PROJECT OXCART - Revealing some newly-declassified information, Paul Crickmore examines the 1960s intelligence operations flown by the Lockheed A-12, the single-seat forerunner of the SR-71 Blackbird
PERSONAL ALBUM - Pictures of wartime RAF aircraft ? and a captured Ju 87 Stuka ? in Egypt in World War Two
A SPITFIRE WITH BITE - Tony Harmsworth recounts the story behind the eyecatching sharkmouth paint scheme on David Lowy's Spitfire VIII
THE GUINEA PIGS ARE 60 - Sarah Hanna of the Old Flying Machine Company celebrates the diamond jubilee of "Mclndoe's Army" and introduces the Mark Hanna Fellowship

TYPE HISTORY - Former Handley Page chief aerodynamidst Harry Fraser-Mitchell outlines the conception, development and service use of "the first real airliner"
SCALE DRAWING - Three-view by Giuseppe Picarella
SIMPLICITY AND COMFORT - The design and construction of the H.P.42 is described by Harry Fraser-Mitchell
CUTAWAY DRAWING - The H.P.42's anatomy in colour
BRIEF HISTORIES - Career summaries of each of the eight H.P.42s built
FLYING THE H.P.42 - Harry Fraser-Miichell presents some pilots' perspectives...
AIR TRAVEL IN THE GOLDEN AGE...and Dr Alfred Price collects a passenger's impressions
HANNIBAL'S LAST FLIGHT - The mysterioiib dibdpppea ranee of G-AAGX is recounted by Harry Fraser-Mitchell
THE FUTURE? - What are the prospects of seeing a replica H.P.42 in the air?

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