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Air Pictorial Magazine, August 2001 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Air News
Commercial Scene by Keith Crowden
Nato & European News by Peter Foster
US Military News by Bob Archer
Aviation Archaeology by David Smith
Production Line
Preservation - Point Cook display.
August Air Show Listing
Web Watch by Dino Carrara
From the Tower...by David Smith
A/c Stand Chart No 14 - Cardiff International Airport
Air Letters Air Intelligence
On the Market...
UK & Irish Airlines since 1945-Part 19 - Maurice Wickstead records the story of Eagle Airways.
Air Books Register Review by Roger Jackson
Airport Movements by Roger Jackson

New at CityLine - The latest member of the Bombardier Canadair CRJ family, the 70-seat 700, entered service with Lufthansa CityLine on July 1: the Editor reports from Cologne-Bonn.
Red Stars over Egypt - Michail Zhirokhov, with assistance from Dr David Nicolle, concludes his story of Russians in Egypt with a look at MiG-25 Foxbat sorties over Israel.
Macchi MC.72 - Mario Castoldi's Masterpiece - Eric Colin Loveday concludes his review of the remarkable Italian inter-war racing seaplane, the MC.72.
French Invasion! - Formidable! would not be too extreme to describe the arrival in England of no less than 84 French Army helicopters. Assistant Editor, Dino Carrara, was there to see them arrive.
Paris Report - Aircraft, airships, UAVs and weapons exhibited at the recent 44th Paris Salon are reviewed by the Editor. Orders announced at the Show and a full listing of all participating aircraft are included,
RAAF In Focus - Bob Millichap talks to the outgoing Chief of the Air Force, Air Marshal Errol McCormack, about Australia's present and future air defences and how they are likely to change in the coming years.
Flygvapnet's 75 years - A pictorial review marking the anniversary of the Royal Swedish Air Force.
Burning bright in 2001! - A Tiger Meet photo page of some of the new artwork seen on participating aircraft,
'Another day in Paradise - Denis J Calvert flies down to the Falklands to learn first-hand what the RAF's present role is in the defence of the islands. His report is accompanied by new photographs of the aircraft currently based there.
Farewell Emmantina? - Legendary among aviation enthusiasts in the UK is the Hotel Emmantina, situated as it is on the approach to Athens Hellenikon Airport. Nicholas Mills looks back at what the Emmantina experience was like, and hints that all may not be lost for the spotter.

FRONT COVER: Saab S.100B Argus oF F16M, Flygvopnet. fl Feature on the 75th anniversary of the Swedish Rir Force appears on page 590. (Photo, Ericsson).
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