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Air International Magazine, September 1992 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
FARNBOROUGH '92 PREVIEW - A brief look at the forthcoming aerospace show with a detailed listing of the aircraft planned for display.
EUROPE'S AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY - On the eve of one of the world's most established aerospace industry shows, Roy Braybrook presents an overview of the major aircraft programmes underway or planned in Europe.
FENCER UNVEILED - For nearly 20 years cloaked in secrecy and promoted as the most feared of Russia's nuclear bombers, the Sukhoi Su-24 has been closely inspected at air shows over the last year and can now be assessed more rationally. John Fricker presents the most accurate technical appraisal so far published on the aircraft.
FRANKFURT AIRPORT: BORN AGAIN, BUT FOR HOW LONG? - This major central European airport is expanding to cope with a predicted increase in air travel after the year 2000. Tom Todd reviews the plans in the light of future expansion by some other German airports.
INTER CITY THE CITY FLYER WAY - From the ashes of the collapsed Air Europe has risen this small commuter airline linking London Gatwick with the Channel Islands and other destinations. If its management keeps its head, it should survive the current recession. Geoffrey Jones reports.
VICKERS VALIANT: PRESCIENT PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT PAR EXCELLENCE - Dr Norman Barfield records the history of this highly successful V-Bomber which operated conventionally at Suez in 1956 and dropped Britain's first atomic bomb the. same year.
AERMACCHI MB-339C - Operational in New Zealand, this latest variant of the trainer line is considered by those who have flown it to be one of the finest pilot's aeroplanes currently available. Roy Braybrook records the history of this current contender for JPATS and details the C version.
AIRSCENE - Military, commercial and industry news from around the world with the major stories highlighted on the opening page.
TALKBACK - Reader's letters on subjects carried in past issues of the magazine.
FLYING COLOURS - This month's subject is the Brazilian Tucano trainer which carries the markings of more than 12 air forces and is built under licence by Shorts in the UK.
FIGHTER A TO Z - Continuing the AIR international encyclopaedia of the world's fighter aircraft, from the Schutte-Lanz D VII to the Romanian S.E.T.XV.
IN PRINT - Reviews of some of the books recently released.

FRONT COVER - Frankfurt Airport's main Terminal 1 building fronted by a Canadian Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30. This central European hub is set to undergo more development and its story is told on page 145.
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