Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
AIRSCENE - Military, commercial, and aerospace industry news from around the world, with the major stories highlighted.
ASIA AIRSCENE - First report and photographs on news and events from our team at Asian Aerospace '94. SEA HARRIERS - THE NEXT GENERATION - Patrick Alien reports from RNAS Yeovilton on the integration of the Sea Harrier FRS.2 into the Royal Navy. ALL THE SEVENS FROM BOEING - Gordon Swanborough analyses the Boeing 777, which is due to enter service in May 1995 and fill the gap between the 747 and 767. BIG IS BEAUTIFUL - In this survey of wide-body airliners, Alan J Wright begins with an overview of the operators and aircraft. WIDE-BODIED AIRCRAFT - Alan J Wright continues his survey with details of 18 principal types currently in service and under development. ROMANIAN RECONNAISSANCE - Teodor Liviu Morosanu describes the IAR-37, -38 and -39 family and its role within the Romanian air arms. GET MY LAWYER - THERE'S A SNAIL IN THE GINGER BEER! - Roy Braybrook's Persona] View looks at law in aerospace. ISRAEL AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES - IAI's continued success is the result of its ability to adapt to changes in the aerospace market through diversification, Salvador Mafe Huertas outlines the history of IAI and describes its current structure and projects. PHALCON - ISRAEL'S AWACS - Barry Chamish describes lAI's latest and most highly-classified aircraft. FIGHTER A TO Z - Continuing the AIR International encyclopaedia of the world's fighter aircraft, with more aircraft from the Sukhoi stable; the P-1, Su-7B, Su-11 (II), and Su-15 (II). UNITED STATES AIR FORCE TODAY - Part 3 - In the third of a four-part feature reviewing the structure and raison d'etre of the USAF, Bob Archer looks at the'Air Mobility Command, Pacific Air Force, and USAF Europe. CHINESE CRACKERS - The Editor reports from the Chung Cheng Aviation Museum, Taiwan. TALK BACK - Readers letters on subjects carried in past issues of the magazine and of general interest. GO FOR YOUR GUN! - In spite of the plethora of guided missiles, guns are still a potent weapon. Roy Braybrook describes current developments. FRONT COVER - Airbus A330. Full details of the A330 and other wide-body airliners are given in a special feature, beginning on page 195.