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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Gardermoen's Ju88 Treasure Trove - Mark Sheppard on the recovery and ongoing restoration of two junkers Ju 88s in Norway
Taranto: The Last Aircrew Survivor - Tony Harmsworth was granted an exclusive interview with Capt Alan Sutton, last surviving aircrew member of the Fleet Air Arm's audacious Fairey Swordfish raid on the Italian Fleet at Taranto in 1940
Aeroplane Explains - Andy Sephton explains the principles of lateral stability, with graphics by Ian Bott
Queen's Colours - A delightful collection of previously unpublished pre-war colour slides ofde Havilland Queen Bee L7729
Canadian Wings - We look at the development of Canadian air transport in an extract from a lavish new book celebrating the centenary of flight in Canada
From Obscurity to OBE - Melissa Morris and Paul Bunch profile the career of John Francis, who retires this year as general manager of the RAF Museum Cosford
Caterpillar Cub - Mike Hooks describes an unorthodox all-terrain undercarriage designed by an Italian count in 1950 and fitted to a Swiss-registered Cub
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - Tim Skeet on the trials and tribulations of maintaining a vital tribute to the RAF in the current climate of reduced spending
The Bristol Fighter - World War One's Mosquito? - David Ogilvy's second and final feature on the Bristol F.2B
High Society - Also celebrating a significant anniversary, the Tiger Club is 50 years old this year
Looking Back - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 50 years ago ? November 1956
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

Regulars:
News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Observer's Notes - Aeroplane's new columnist, James Kightly, comments on the preservation scene
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on various topics
Flying Visit - A potted interview with the Messerschmitt Foundation's Bf 109G pilot, Walter Eichhorn
Picture of the Month - After August's very popular colour javelin, we offer another classic Cold War jet in glorious
Kodacolor ? Hawker Hunter F.6 XF389 from 1958
Next month in Aeroplane

Database - The de Havilland Tiger Moth:
To celebrate the 75th birthday of one of the UK's most iconic aircraft, Stuart McKay. secretary of the de Havilland Moth Club and author of the definitive book on the Tiger Moth, describes the genesis and development of one of the most well-known biplanes. Includes scale drawings by Tim Hall and cutaway drawing by Mike Badrocke

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