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Air Pictorial Magazine, November 1993 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Air News - The latest developments in the world of aerospace from around the world including aircraft orders, both military and commercial.
Design Analysis: Advanced Trainers - Roy Braybrook, former British Aerospace designer, considers the present range of aircraft intended for the advanced training role.
The 1920 Air Ministry Trials for Commercial Aircraft - Ray Sanger's major reference work on the early trials for commercial aircraft in the UK. Part Two covers amphibians and the event itself
Airline Profile: Air Niugini is 20 - A review by John Cook of a comparatively young operator on the
Preserving EC's Aviation Heritage - A little-known Canadian museum tucked away in British Columbia is visited by Brian Walters.
Davis-Monthan: Home of the silent fleet - Philip Chinnery last wrote the story of this famous storage base for Air Pictorial in 1982. A recent return visit has enabled him to update
Evolution of an airliner - A progress report in pictures and data on the Boeing 777, an aircraft the American company believes will be revolutionary in its field.
Dakotas rejoin the UN - Douglas's remarkable transport is once again serving with the UN and Arthur Piercy briefly reviews the type's history with the organisation.
Air Letters - Comments, criticism and views from readers on aerospace topics.
Air Books - Among the recent releases reviewed this month is one on the last flying Sunderland, and two bookgsWft UK airports.
Register Review - Roger Jackson's column on recent additions, amendments and cancellations to the UK register.
Airport Movements - Recent visitors recorded at UK airports by correspondents around the country.
K-MAX - update on an aerial truck - A unique twin-rotor helicopter programme is underway by Kaman in the USA. Its progress is detailed in this short report.
Distant Frontier '93 - lan Rentoul and Tom Wakeford join an RAF Tornado detachment to Alaska where the Service undertakes low flying training.
Air Videos - Some more recent releases viewed and reviewed by Ray Sanger.
Helitech 93 - The Editor highlights some of the news stories found at the recent helicopter exhibition at Redhill.

FRONT COVER: Four Hawker Hunters from 12 and 208 Sqn based at RAF Lossiemouth pictured over Tarbutt Ness. Nearest is XF995, a T.SB in 208 Sqn markings, with XL616/D, XL568/C and WV318/A - T. 7s in all-black schemes. With the demise of the Buccaneer, so the RAF will also retire. (Photo, Keith Wilson/SFB Photographic).
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