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Air Pictorial Magazine, May 2000 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Flagging Fortunes? - 'Tailskid; casts a critical eye, and an opinion over some of the latest industry developments.
New Apache hits the trail! - The British Army takes delivery of its first WAH-64.
Keeping Red Flag Flying - JTIDS-equipped Tornado F-3s took part for the first time in a recent Red Flag exercise. Peter Foster reports on the operations, and we also have the inside line on the exercise from the aircrew and groundcrew perspectives.
Death of a Dornier - Unique photographs of the test firing of a wartime German anti-shipping missile which went badly wrong!
Spirit from the Past - Long before the B-2 was thought about, Northrop was developing Flying Wing bombers, of which the YB-49 came nearest to production in the 1950s.
Airline Profile: Air Atlantique - diverse charter specialists - The Editor reviews the activities of the Air Atlantique Group.
Canberra down! - Told for the frist time by Dr David Micelle, the full story behind the shooting down of an RAF Canberra by the Syrian AF during the Suez crisis.
Gulf Air is 50 - John Havers reports from Bahrain on a unique gathering.
Alliance fever! - Gunter Endres reports on the latest news on the airline alliances and possible future developments.
Heron - Fifties feederliner - To commemorate the first flight of the de Havilland Heron, 50 years ago, Keith Saunders looks back over its history.
JMC starts ops - A new name took to the skies on March 26, in the shape of JMC Airlines.
UK & Irish Airlines since 1945 - Pt 5 - This month, Maurice Wickstead looks at Air Furness toAirRep(UK).
Airport Movements by Roger Jackson.
Air Books
Air Videos by Ray Sanger.

FRONT COVER: Thomas Cook's JMC Airlines begins its first season of operations this summer using A320s, seen here, and Boeing 757s. (Photo, JMC).

From the Tower by David Smith.
Register Review by Roger Jackson.
Air News
'New in View' - K-8 Karakorum.
Air Events - May
Commercial Scene by Keith Crowden.
Nato & European Notes by Peter Foster.
US Military News by Bob Archer.
What's New
Air Letters
Production Line
Air Intelligence
Aviation Archaeology by David Smith.
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