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Air Pictorial Magazine, November 1996 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Air News - The latest in military and commercial aviation developments from around the world. 'New in View' covers the 11-103.
Hungary's Air Force looks West - As the main western fighter companies compete to replace Hungary's ageing Russian equipment, the country's parlous economic state is likely to dictate the future moves. Erich Strobi reports on the situation.
Farnborough '96 Review - A check-list on the aircraft at this year's show, a look at the Su-37 and details of the new military Convair 5800.
Air Letters - Correspondence from readers.
Spitfires in the Sun - Don Conway reports on September's Biggin Hill Battle of Britain air display.
Airline Profile: Royal Air Cambodge - Paul Howard visits the national airline of Cambodia and looks back at its turbulent past.
US Military News - by Bob Archer.
Preservation - Halifax and Mosquito roll-outs.
Aircraft in Outline - The Jetstream 41 story, accompanied by a set of 1:72nd scale plans.
NATO and European Notes - by Peter Foster.
The Civil Scene - by Keith Crowden.
Commercial Fleet Changes - by John Roach.
The RAF's Rocket Fighters - Part Two of Michael JF Bowyer's account of the development and cancellation of some 1950s projects.
Your Questions Answered - Air-Britain answers a query on wartime crashes in Eire.
British Aircraft at War, 1939-45 - Part 35 of Gordon Swanborough's review of British Second World War types.
Register Review - Roger Jackson's column on recent changes to the UK and Irish registers.
Air Videos - Recent releases and a new CD-Rom reviewed by Ray Sanger.
Air Books - New publications noted.
Airport Movements - Recent visitors to UK airports assembled by Roger Jackson.

FRONT COVER: Still in widespread service with many air arms, including that of Hungary which is reviewed in the this issue, the Sukhoi series of fighter- bombers remain capable warplanes. This example, coded No 30, is an Su-17M-3 of a Russian Naval training squadron based at Ostrov, 400km SW of St Petersburg. Green tape covers access hatches to prevent water seepage, indicating it seldom has the luxury of covered storage or even that it flies regularly. (Photo, Yefim Gordon).

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