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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Tail-less Handful - Vought's futuristic-looking F7U Cutlass proved to be a real handful to fly. Warren E Thompson describes the controversial US Navy fighter.

QANTAS Goes Back to the Future - The first jetliner for Australia's national airliner has been saved from the axe and flown to a new life as a museum piece. Phil Whalley reports.

Birthday Present - Dave Price describes how Cathay Pacific Airways went back to its pioneering roots.

Time to Save Mustang 01? - Shlomo Aloni describes the plight of a unique survivor.

For Our Tomorrow They Gave Their Today - One of two survivors from a crash of a Lancaster in 1945, Ron Needle describes the tragic incident and an emotive pilgrimage to remember his crew.

Trojan Buddies - John Roberts and Gregg Weitzman are united in their love of the T.28. Frank B Mormillo reports

Win! Win! Win! - Win a Diverse Images Blenheim diorama.
Win a USAAF B-17 wartime DVD.

Regulars:
News News News - Heinkel 162 to fly in the UK?; Pearl Harbor museum opens; Gannet on the move; Greek C-47 in Korean War tribute; 'Knights of the Sky' collection debuts in New Zealand; new storage site for Manchester museum; New 'warbirds' for Canada's Vintage Wings; Conrod Trophy for Shuttleworth's Andy Sephton; Viggen handed over at Newark; Venue set for 'Doolittle Raiders' reunion and much, much, more!

Glory Days - Another helping from Dave Smith of World War One-era aircraft that have given up the struggle with gravity.

What's New - products reviewed

And Another Thing - Editorial comment

FlyPost - readers' letters

Out of the 'Ark' - A second helping of From the Workshop, looking at the resurrection of a charismatic light aircraft.

'Ops' Board - where to go, things to do

In Focus - Bristol Blenheim:
Bearing the Brunt - Seventy years ago, 114 Squadron became the first to fly the Blenheim operationally. Graham Warner examines the unit's exploits.

Bomber turned Fighter - Graham Warner explains how the Blenheim was turned into a 'bolt-on' fighter that rose to the challenge.
From the Workshop - Changing Shape - A well-known and well-loved warbird will return to the skies in a completely new guise. Jarrod Cotter reports.
Transatlantic Blenheim - Andrew Appleton describes how Bristol Aero Collection managed to bring a genuine operational Bolingbroke from California for Filton.

Our Very Own - Our series on RAF Auxiliary units continues with Bruce Blanche's examination of the Air Observation Post squadrons.

Love at First Flight - More from our series of first-hand accounts from wartime aircrew.


Cover Stories:
Blenheim Tribute - In Focus turns to the Bristol Blenheim: The first RAF unit - page 32; 'Bolt-on Fighters' - page 40; From the Workshop - page 55; Transatlantic Blenheim - page 59. The cover shows John Romain flying Bolingbroke IVT G-BPIV in night-fighter colours. JOHN DIBBS-PLANE PICTURE COMPANY

Tail-less Handful - The potentially lethal Vought Cutlass - see page 20.

New Museums - Two have opened their doors - in Hawaii and New Zealand - see the News pages.
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