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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, July 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 & FOUND - Philip Jarrett puzzles over a giant model aeroplane
CONTACT - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with Shuttleworth Collection chief pilot Andy Sephton, by Melvyn Hiscock
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 5 5 years ago - July 1947
PICTURE OF THE MONTH - This month we have selected a dynamic Hunter formation loop picture
HIGH SOCIETY - The Silver City Association is this month's subject
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's regular comment column


SHIPBUSTERS OFF SPAIN - Roy Nesbit describes how rocket-armed Bristol Beaufighters of the RAF helped to cut Axis supply routes in the Mediterranean during World War Two
WANAKA GALLERY - Philip Makanna travelled to New Zealand for this year's Warbirds over Wanaka airshow at Easter ? and sent Aeroplane some breathtaking photographs
PILOT BIOGRAPHY: WING COMMANDER KEN WALLIS - Best known for his James Bond autogyros, Ken Wallis has been a World War Two Wellington bomber pilot, Cold War B-36 pilot, armament and explosives specialist, engineer, designer and inventor. His biographer lan Hancock traces an extraordinary life
FORGOTTEN HEROES - The new film Dark Blue World highlights the contribution of Czechoslovakian airmen who fought for the Allies in World War Two. Sarah Hanna reveals one of the stories behind the film
PHOENIX FROM THE ASHES - Put back in the air in 1998 after a devastating landing fire almost destroyed it, Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Hawker Hurricane LF363 has never had its full story told - until now. Richard Paver reports
PERSONAL ALBUM - Colour photographs of historic types taken by Mike Hooks at Transpo 72 in Washington 30 years ago
HANDLE WITH CARE - When aviation was in its infancy in the years before World War One, so was air safety. Philip Jarrett relates some hair-raising examples of what not to do


TYPE HISTORY - Tracing its genesis back to the pre-war Bombay RAF transport, the Bristol Freighter was a "bread and butter" project conceived to keep the company afloat during Brabazon and Sycamore development. Roger ell tells its story PLUS scale drawings by Tim Hall
BRISTOL FASHION - A pilot's perspective by former British United Air Ferries pilot Brian Turpin PLUS cutaway by J.H. Clark
"BIFFOS" IN BRITISH COLUMBIA - Dirk Septer examines the rugged Freighter's use in equally rugged Canada
THE GOLDEN YEARS - Tony Harmsworth describes how Silver City Airways transformed an ugly duckling into a romantic icon with its cross-Channel aerial car-ferry operation; he also makes a survey of Freighter survivors and attends a Silver City reunion at Cherbourg

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