Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
OASTGUARDER a€ SEA SEARCH SPECIALIST: Developed in response to the growing need of government civilian agencies for a maritime surveillance aircraft, the Coastguarder is the latest variant of the HS.748 twin-turboprop transport. Its capabilities are fully described in this article.
FALCON 50: Dassault-Breguet's third-generation biz-jet has recently demonstrated its outstanding performance with a record-breaking flight from New York to Paris. Latest details of the Falcon 50 programme are given here, together with new photographs. JETWING FROM COLORADO: The Ball-Bartoe Jetwing described in this article is a little-publicised research aircraft flying in California, in which the hot and cold exhaust gases from a turbofan are separately ducted to nozzles above the wing to give thrust and augment lift. KAWASAKI'S STEAM-COOLED - Ki.64: One of the most technically innovative of the products of Japan's aircraft industry that were found by Allied intelligence teams in the late summer of 1945 was the Kawasaki Ki.64 with an evaporative steam-cooling system for its tandem engines, as described in this article. AIRSCENE: The monthly round-up of news and background to the news presented under section headings for Military Affairs, Aircraft and Industry, Civil Affairs and new Civil and Military Aircraft Contracts. FIGHTER A TO Z: Continuing the Al R INTERNATIONAL encyclopaedia of the world's fighter aircraft, from the Dewoitine D37 to Dewoitine D 503. CONSULTANCY, MORALITY AND AIR SUPERIORITY: A ""Personal View"" in which Roy Braybrook considers further aspects of the selection of new military aircraft by various air forces. FIGHTING JUGGERNAUT: Part Two of our ""Warbirds"" feature describing the development and operation of the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt. MODEL ENTHUSIAST: Modelling comments, the latest kits reviewed and two pages of colour profiles of the Fouga CM-170 Magister. TALKBACK: Readers of AIR INTERNATIONAL offer comments of general interest. PLANE FACTS: Answers to readers' enquiries from the AIR INTERNATIONAL files: High-Speed Spitfire, de Havilland D.H.87 Hornet Moth and LFG V 3a Susanne. IN PRINT: New aviation literature noted. AIR DATA FILE: Technical data, photographs and general arrangement drawings for the FMA IA 62, Aerospatiale SA 365 Dauphin 2, Cessna Citation III and Rockwell Sabreliner 65. FRONT COVER: The Dassault-Breguet family of biz-jets fly in formation a€" from front to rear, the Falcon 50, Falcon 20 and Falcon 10.