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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
FEATURES:
Avalon Down Under - Australia's bi-annual air show at Avalon drew the crowds and a number of aircraft manufacturers hoping to secure orders from the southern hemispere. Rod Simpson runs through what there was to see.
Rotary Revelations at HAI - Continuing his travels, Rod Simpson reports on the latest helicopter news i from the HAI show in California.
RAF Flying Training- A Crisis in Prospect? - Roy Braybrook examines the potential problems the RAF will have later this decade in meeting its pilot training quotas, due to a shortfall of available aircraft.
THK: Defenders of the Bosphorus - Frank Smith and Phil Henden review the Turkish Air Force, one of Nato's largest air arms, and its plans for modernisation. Unique photographic coverage accompanies the text.
Paris-Dakar, Air Support For The 'Off-Roaders' - The Paris-Dakar car rally is a large event which has teams participating with massive financial support. This results in a fleet of aircraft following the rally in support and Neil Pidduck was on-board for AIR Pictorial.
Aircraft in Outline: Focke-Wulf Ta154 - Scale drawings of the Focke-Wulf Ta 154 night fighter, by Hubert Cance.
Qantas, The Spirit Flies On...The Assistant Editor recounts the history of this famous airline on the occasion of its 80th birthday.
Filming the Service - Some of the winning entries in the RAF's annual photographic competition.
Denpasar Ngurah Rai- Ball's Tropical Hub - The paradise island of Ball was visited by Paul Howard and he reports on how Indonesia's second busiest international airport is coping with the increase in visitors.
Boeing pushes new 767 variants - Dino Carrara reviews the latest developments of the successful twinjet from Seattle.

REGULARS:
Air News - 'New in View' - Indian LCA
Commercial Scene - Nato & European News by Peter Foster
US Military News by Bob Archer
Air Intelligence
Air Letters
Preservation
Aviation Archaeology by David Smith
From the Tower by David Smith
A/c Stand Chart No 10 - Birmingham International Airport
Production Line
UK & Irish Airlines since 1945 - Part 15 - Maurice Wickstead recounts British Airtours and provides the first part of British Airways.
Air Books
Air Videos by Ray Sanger
Register Review by Roger Jackson
Airport Movements by Roger Jackson

FRONT COVER: Such was the presence of Rn-72s and Rn-74s on the Paris-Dahar Rally that 'Antonov Street' became the accepted reference to the nightly line-ups of aircraft. A feature on the race begins on page 271.
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