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Air International Magazine, November 2003 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Airscene Headlines
Dave Allport reports on the proposed merger between Air France and KLM, together with delivery of easyJet's first Airbus aircraft.

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

Pushing Back The Limits
Philip Jarrett asks whether the quest for aircraft to travel further, faster and higher has reached a plateau.

Airliners - Shaping The Future
Airliner designers are looking at the implications of very large aircraft operating into hubs, small aircraft bypassing hubs and a high-speed successor to Concorde. Mike Hirst considers the issues surrounding the options.

Combat Air Power - Past Pesent And Future
Andrew Brookes, aerospace analyst at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, examines some of the abiding themes of combat air power.

Win A 'Flight' In The Bae Systems Eurofighter Tornado Simulator

Aero Engine Developments
In this review of aircraft propulsion, Bill Gunston OBE FRAeS reports on a trend towards all-electric aircraft and shows that piston engines are still alive and well.

A380 Big, Beautiful And Not Before Time
With the first major components for the A380 now in production, G?nter Endress looks at the latest developments of the aircraft.

A Century Of Powered Flight
Milestones of 100 years of powered flight, charted by Dave Allport.

To A Green Future
Although aviation is claimed to have relatively little effect on the environment, this is not always the perception of the general public. Brian Walters looks at the action being taken by manufacturers, operators and governments to make aviation more 'environmentally friendly'.

100 Years Of Air Transport
Travellers have been able to buy airline seats since the very early days of aviation. Ian Goold relates the development of air transport and presents industry predictions for the next 20 years.

Lightening The Load Past & Present
In the first of a two-part feature on avionics, Mike Hirst looks at their origins and development to date.

Largely as a result of the so-called 'CNN Factor', weapons are becoming more precise and autonomous. Roy Braybrook traces the development of air weapons; from the rifle and 'dumb' bomb, to the highly agile dog-fight missiles and stand-off cruise missiles of today.

In Print
Reviews of some recent books received.

Readers' letters and photographs of general interest.

Air Data File
Technical data and illustrations, including general arrangement drawings, of the Chengdu FC-1/JF-17 and ACAC ARJ-21, collated by Alan Dawes.

Airscene Helitech 2003
Photographs and news from the Helicopter exhibition, held at the Imperial War Museum's airfield at Duxford, compiled by Dave Allport.

Airscene Commercial Accidents
Chronological list compiled by Dave Allport.
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