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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NEWS
Paris Air Show
NEWS SPECIAL
Boeing ? Airbus ? Trainers ? Fighters ? Bizjets ? Orders
Civil A380 delays ? UK Airports ? Virgin expands ? Air Canada cuts ? Orders, airports and routes
Military SUAVE to replace Tornado GR4 ? No 10 Squadron to disband ? casualties ? international military aviation headlines
Training the Elite MILITARY SPECIAL REPORT on the big electronic warfare training exercise in Germany, ELITE 2005
Preservation Vimy ready to go ? ARC Spitfire updates ? Corsairs over Connecticut ? and other major aircraft preservation stories from around the world - PLUS a Special Report on the latest news from the Musee Royal de I'Armee and the SABENA Old Timers in Brussels

REGULARS
Contributors
Big Shot Starting the magazine in style with the world's best aviation photographs
On Assignment ANTOINE ROELS/IAPA The Belgian AF's long-time offical photographer tells us about going air-to-air with the service's fast jets, and how he got into the business...
Captain Plummet The lighter side of aviation


FEATURES
Florida Fortunes GEOFFJONES & PETER KAHL/AVPHOTOS.CO.UK
A focus on the big changes that have been sweeping the airport gateways to the USA's Sunshine State - PLUS Rare wrecks at Opa Locka
Q&A: 'Lone Cat 05' RICHARD COOPER
10 things you wanted to know about the Polish 'Fitter' deployment to RAF Coltishall
Eagles of Duxford 1ST LT FRANK OILER, USAAF (RET'D), WITH JAMES P. BUSHA
'From the cockpit' combat tales of life flying P-47s and P-51s with the USAAF's 78th Fighter Group at Duxford during WW2 - PLUS spectacular air-to-airs by John Dibbs/The Plane Picture Co of warbirds in the unit's colours
Megabus or Megabust? ROBERT F. DORR
Accolades have been heaped on the Airbus A380, in Europe at least. But does it appear to be such a huge leap forward for commercial air travel in the eyes of those in the USA? According to the conclusions of this feature, the answer is no...
Splash & go BRUCE HALES-DUTTON
Britain's last jet airliner could be about to find a new lease of life - as a fire-fighting air tanker! We take a look at an unlikely new role for the BAe 146
Cat Fights TONY HOLMES
Operation 'Iraqi Freedom' didn't mark the last front-line action for the US Navy's last F-14 Tomcats - far from it, in fact. AI examines the 'Big Cat's' role in operations over Iraq since the end of the air war proper, complete with aircrew accounts of life in the Tomcat hot seat as the type nears the end of its service life

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