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FEATURES

AU REVOIR PICARDIE
Details from France on the disbandment of EC 02.012 'Picardie'.

LUXAIR FIGHT'S BACK
Andreas Spaeth provides an insight into Luxembourg's national carrier that has had to fight against low-cost carriers setting up nearby and a crumbling business clientele at home.

SIX ONE SEVEN
No.617 'Dambusters' Squadron is still at the tip of the spear in the RAF's strike force. In the first of a two-part article, AIR International Editor Mark Ayton reports from a squadron detachment at Barksdale AFB in Louisiana.

MEETING DU CENTENAIRE
Mark Ayton was at Reims for the centennial airshow that marked the first ever international event of this nature 100 years ago.
SERVING THE FLEET
Andy Sheppard details the diverse range of work undertaken by the Royal Navy's Hawks.

EAGLE EYE 737
After a three-year delay, Boeing is finally set to deliver the first Airborne Early Warning & Control 737 to the Royal Australian Air Force. Dino Carrara reports on the latest developments from Seattle.

SAR DREAM MACHINE
On May 6, 2009, the French Navy's Flottille 24F passed the 20,000 flying hours mark on the Falcon 50M SURMAR. Henri-Pierre Grolleau visited Lann-Bihou? to hear how this business jet is performing in its new role.

STRAIGHT TALKING
Boeing has a lot riding on the success of the Dreamliner. AIR International's Assistant Editor Dino Carrara hears first hand from Jim Haas, Director of 787 Product Marketing, in a May interview why airlines should buy the new airliner.

THE RAF AT 91 - PART 3 Jon Lake looks at the RAF training system and explains how civilianisation continues to change its make-up.

GROWLER TO GRIZZLY
Ted Carlson flew with VX-9 Vampires and describes the operational evaluation of the EA-18G Growler, while AIR International's Editor Mark Ayton provides details on the flight test programme from NAS Patuxent River in Maryland.

NASA'S FLYING TELESCOPE
Mark Ayton reveals the work of the Boeing 747 Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, NASA's flying telescope, which is based at Palmdale, California.

HOME FROM HELMAND AIR International reports on the return of RAF Harriers from Afghanistan.
HAWK T2 - A NEW DAWN FOR RAF TRAINING
Paul Ridgway went to RAF Valley where the Service's new Hawk T2 jet trainer is now operational.

ITALIAN PERSISTENCE
Dr Riccardo Niccoli explains how Italy's Air Force has found operational success with 'drone' technology.

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HEADLINES
Leading stories from around the world.

MILITARY NEWS
Worldwide military aviation news.

CIVIL NEWS
The latest developments in commercial aviation.
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