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Aviation World Magazine, March - April 1989 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
FEATURES:
Tornado Symposium Mid October saw a large gathering at Cottesmore, home of the Tornado TTTE. Ray Bedford reports
Stop Gap Spitfire - Peter G. Cooksley takes a look at the Spitfire IX, the most famous of all the variants, with photographs from the Bruce Robertson collection
Air Racing Action - British Air Racing is seeing quite a revival. Sponsorship for the new season has been announced. We report on the action from last year's races
Exercise Golden Eagle - A record breaking 66 day world tour by four Tornado F. 3s of No 29 Squadron is reviewed by Ray Bedford
Aero Technology I. - The Merlin - In the first of an occasional series Chris Herman looks at the development of the R-R Merlin and its impact on aviation
FRADU T. - Malcolm English visited the Fleet Requirements and Air Direction Unit and flew on Mission 'Adex 451'.
Top Brass Mitchells - The exploits of this WWII bomber are well documentedJerry Scutts takes a look at a number of not so well known passenger conversions.
Fair Dinkum Aussie Tucker - Stuart Spicer went down under to visit the Australian Bicentennial Airshow at RAAF Richmond.
BAe 146QT Goes East-West - The recently announced sale of a BAe 146QT to the TNT-Malev joint venture represents a major breakthrough for British Aerospace into the Eastern Europe market.
The USAF in the UK - in the first of a regular series on U.S. military aviation Bob Archer looks at the U.S.A.F. activities in the U.K.

REGULARS:
Editorial
World Air News
Air Racing Diary
Media Review
Model Review
U.K. Military

FRONT COVER - Derek Simpson's immaculate Stolp SA.300 Starduster caught over the Bedfordshire countryside. Grateful thanks to Andrew Brinkley who provided his Cessna 180 as camera ship. More action from both these aircraft can be found in the Air Racing feature.

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