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Air Pictorial Magazine, January 2001 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
From our man in Japan ...Paul Thompson visits some Japanese air bases during the show season.
The Changing Face of the RNethAF - As Europe plans a new international peace-keeping army, the Royal Netherlands Air Force will be one of the contributing elements and this new review outlines the units and aircraft which make up the present arm.
Rufotra - a young challenge for a new Millennium - The Schools Aerospace Challenge produces a winning design to replace the BAE Hawk.
Almost like being at War - Roy Braybrook considers the strengths and weaknesses of current Western air forces in the aftermath of the wars of the 1990s.
London City expansion - Assistant Editor Dino Carrara is briefed on the planned changes at London's increasingly popular city airport.
Paradise Found! - Geoffrey Jones goes totally tropical in the Bahamas and reviews the operators in this holiday paradise.
Regional from Tirana - AIR Pictorial talks to an unexpected Albanian visitor to Southend.
Bomber Supreme - A pictorial salute to the Avro Lancaster on the 60th anniversary of the aircraft's first flight.
Woodford - 75 years of flying - Barry Abraham recalls the history of the Avro aerodrome at Manchester, a factory that is still at the forefront of UK aerospace manufacturing.

Airline Profile:
ScotAirways: an airline with a past - Iain Hutchison reports on the successor to the family-run Suckling Airways.

Regulars:
Air News - 'New in View' - Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey.
Commercial Scene - by Keith Crowden.
Nato & European Notes - by Peter Foster.
US Military News - by Bob Archer.
Air Intelligence
Air Letters
From the Tower - by David Smith.
A/c Stand Chart No 7: Leeds Bradford Int Airport
Webwatch
Aviation Archaeology - by David Smith.
Preservation - Ethiopian wrecks and a 'showroom' in Holland.
Production Line
UK & Irish Airlines - update - by Maurice Wickstead.
Air Videos - by Ray Sanger
Air Books
Register Review - by Roger Jackson
Airport Movements - by Roger Jackson

FRONT COVER: An impressive display by a Lockheed C-130H of the Royal Netherlands Rir Force as it fires its protective flores. R feature on the air arm begins on page 19.
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