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Air International Magazine, January 2005 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Airscene Headlines
Dave Allport reports on the Airbus go-ahead for A350, South Africa joining A400M, Embraer 195 first flight, Brazil delaying the F-X Fighter and the first C-27J for Greece.


Military, commercial and aerospace industry news from around the world, compiled by Dave Allport.

Airscene Technology Special Report

Dave Allport reports on the record-breaking flight of the X-43A.

Airscene Commercial Accidents

Chronological list compiled by Dave Allport

Boeing 757 - The End Of The Line

Last October, Boeing rolled out it final 757 at Renton, 22 years after the start of full production. Mark Nicholls summarises the development of Boeing's 'modest' airliner.

'Jolly Rogers' Last Tomcat Cruise

One of the US Navy's most famous squadrons, the 'Jolly Rogers', has just returned from its last cruise with the Grumman F-14 Tomcat. Jon Lake charts the history of the type with the unit.


Alan Warnes, Editor of sister publication Air Forces Monthly, visits South America's biggest multi-national military air exercise, held in north-east Brazil in November.

CASA C-212 Aviocar - A Plane For All Seasons

Considering the success achieved by the 30-year old Aviocar, it is surprising that there is no American-built competitor. Rod Simpson traces the rise of this ubiquitous little transport aircraft.

TLP Deploys

NATO's Tactical Leadership Programme holds six flying courses annually to improve the skills of aircrew. The last course of 2004 was held at Nimes-Garons air base in the south of France. Iain Logan provides a snapshot of the participants.

Attack Helicopter Survey

Attack helicopters have revolutionized the way the world's major army air arms conduct warfare. Anil R Pustam surveys the latest generation.

Sent By Night Mail

Royal Mail uses a number of air carriers to provide an extensive night network to transport mail around the United Kingdom. Bruce Hales-Dutton investigates the complex operation which involves over 30 aircraft carrying up to five million letters and cards a night.

Air International Aviation Photographer Of The Year Competition

Win a Canon EOS 300D digital camera and 90-300mm lens, plus a signed and framed Eurofighter photograph.

Looking West - Hungarian Air Force

As Hungary faces its sixth year as a member of NATO, Robin Polderman charts the history and ongoing reforms of its air force.

The US Airlift Gap

Bob Archer looks at how the demands placed on the USAF's Air Mobility Command in support of operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, together with its peacetime commitments, have resulted in an 'airlift gap'.


Readers' letters and photographs of general interest.

Air Data File

Technical data, photograph and three-view drawing of the Antonov An-148, collated by Piotr Butowski.

In Print

Reviews of some recent books received.

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