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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jarrett's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world

Typhoon Trials?Part 2 - Following opportunities to fly the Tornado prototypes and early Typhoons for Hawkers at Langley, Wg Cdr Roland Beamont was posted back to operations on one of the first Typhoon squadrons. In the second half of his article the author recalls night flying trials of the Typhoon, and the type's operation by 609 Sqn under his command

Across the rocks - Ex RAF pilot Tony Swain will go to extraordinary lengths to attend airshows in his own Harvard Mk IV, and this month we go with him

The last Beaus - Norman Rivett recalls the fate of one of the last RAF Bristol Beaufighters

Fighters no more - A collection of photographs featuring Bristol F.2B Fighters that appeared on the British register in the Twenties and Thirties

Personal Album - Photographs of Avro Yorks that plied between Hamburg and Berlin in the early Fifties

First off the line - During the Second World War 305 Avro Lancaster Is were built by Vickers-Armstrongs, at Castle Bromwich. The first of these, HK535, was tested by Alex Henshaw, MBE in October 1943. He recalls here some of the problems that befell his team, in the air and on the ground, during those dark days

Bugatti's winged racer - Ronald Thornton describes a revolutionary racing aircraft built during 1939-40 which never left the ground

Preservation Profile - Spencer Flack's all-red Spitfire Mk XIVe, G-FIRE, is this month's subject; Peter Arnold has done the sleuthing

From little acorns - John King traces the history of Gatwick airport, now in its 53rd year with 11-3 million passengers annually passing through its portals

Capon's Corner - P. T. Capon's photographs of aircraft that visited Hamble and Hooton Park during his employment in the Cierva Autogiro Company's drawing office in 1929-30

Messdeck misfits - Part 5 - C. Horrocks tell what it was like to be aboard HMS Illustrious when it was ambushed by Stukas and SM.79s in the Narrows off the coast of Sicily on January 10, 1941
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