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Air International Magazine, August 1992 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
RAPIDLY GOING NOWHERE? - Roy Braybrook assesses the new CIS combat aircraft programmes following the revelations at Minsk earlier this year. The article includes the most up-to-date general arrangement drawings available, drawn by Dennis Punnett, and a series of schematic views by Mike Badrocke.
MEGALINERS FOR MEGA-CARRIERS - With the main commercial airframe companies proposing ever- larger airliners, Brian Walters looks at the implications of these future leviathans and those that have gone before.
MLD AT 75 - The Dutch Naval Aviation Service celebrates its 75th anniversary this month (August) and is concerned that the peace dividend could see the end of its existence. Bart van der Klaauw reviews the Service, its equipment and its future.
DEFENCE OF THE MAGYARS - Never a big-air arm, the Hungarian Air Force is having to face swingeing defence cuts which could seriously impair its ability to defend the country's borders. Lindsay Peacock has visited the Magyar Honvedseg Repulo Csapatai and outlines the present situation.
ZAPPATTA'S WOODEN KINGFISHER - Continuing the Warbirds series, William Green records the story of the Italian Cant Z.1007 tri-motor bomber. Less well known than ot.her World War Two types, the Alcione was a robust design which just failed to make a marked impact on Italian bombing operations.
CIS ENGINES - THE RANGE REVEALED; Part Two - The concluding part of Ken Fulton's coverage of Russian engines, many of which were seen for the first time at the recent Moscow engine show.
AIRSCENE - Military, commercial and industry news from around the world with the major stories highlighted on the Opening page.
ILA 92 - BERLIN'S NEW SHOW - Report and pictures from Europe's latest aerospace event.
AIRDATA FILE - Technical information, photographs and general arrangement drawings for the Antonov An-38, An-70T and Easier Turbo-67
FIGHTER A TO Z - Continuing the AIR international encyclopaedia of the world's fighter aircraft, from the Saunders-Roe SR.A/1 to the Schutte-Lanz D IV.
VETERAN AND VINTAGE - Pictorial coverage of the extensive aeronautical museum in Beijing.
TALKBACK - More reader's letters on subjects that have recently appeared in AIR international.
IN PRINT - Reviews of some of the books recently released.

FRONT COVER - Sukhoi Su-22UM-3K Fitter G trainer operated from Taszar by the 'Kapos' Regiment, Hungarian Air Defence Group. This is believed to be one of only three of these two-seaters in service with this former Warsaw Pact air arm. (Photo, Lindsay Peacock).
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