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Air Pictorial Magazine, April 1996 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Aircraft in Outline - John Cook concludes his review of the Canadair water-bombers with a report on the CL-415.
Air News - The latest developments in aerospace from around the world.
New in View - Eurofighter 2000 quick reference guide.
The Lighter Side of Singapore - Some of the smaller projects at Asian Aerospace '96 reviewed by Rod Simpson.
Airline Profile: Northwest Airlines - One of the largest airlines in the world described by Geoffrey Jones.
Seeking a Replacement - In service since the mid-1960s, the Canadian-operats^Sea King fleet is now coming up for replacement. Patrick Martin looks at the type's history in CAF hands and assesses the possible replacements.
VLM ? Belgium's Profitable Independent - More aircraft and a new route for this London City supporter.
McDonnel's First Phantom - Patrick Boniface looks back at this early jet which notched up a series of'firsts'.

Aviation News:
Radio Watch by David Smith
Commercial Fleet Changes by John Roach.
The Civil Scene by Keith Crowden.
Preservation - Reviews of two museums, one in Singapore and the other in Kbely.
USAF News - by Bob Archer
Nato and European News - by Peter Foster
On the Wichita Line - Geoffrey Jones visits the Mid-West to see the home of some of the biggest names in aviation.
Night Lights Over the Bay - The story of the Leigh Light-equipped Wellington by Air Cdre John Greswell.
New Colours for Aer Lingus -Michael Kelly was at the launch of the new scheme for Ireland's flag carrier.
Air Letters - Items of interest sent in by readers. British Aircraft at War,
1939-45 - Part 28 of Gordon Swanborough's detailed review of all British aircraft types flown during the Second World War.
Air Videos - Recent releases reviewed by Ray Sanger.
Register Review - Roger Jackson's column on recent changes to the UK and Irish registers.
Air Books - Some new publications reviewed.
Airport Movements - Recent visitors to UK airports assembled by Roger Jackson.

FRONT COVER: Sqn Ldr Mike Longstaff piloting an all-black Shorts Tucano from No 1 FTS, RAF Linton-on-Ouse, caught by the camera of Sgt Rick Brewell, RAF. More pictures next month.
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