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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
COVER STORY - There are few sights as impressive as the mighty Martin Mars in action. Proving that size IS everything, Frank B. Mormillo and Richard Cooper detail the two surviving 'lake monsters' and their operations with Canadian firm Forest Industries Flying Tankers. Frank B. Mormillo

'DesertFox'unleashed - A special news report by John Pricker on the launch of Operation 'Desert Fox' against Iraq

Airpower - National and international military aviation news, by John Fricker

Typhoon Alert - In the first part of our Eurofighter special, Jon Lake describes the aircraft's development into a potent fighter for the 21st Century

Lightning Flash - Exclusive! lan Black reveals how your dreams could come true as YOU take control of a Lightning.. . .but not before you have flown in a Hunter and a Buccaneer!

Meat Wagons - Bolivia has one of the busiest meat industries of the world and the trade is plied by a 'priceless' fleet of propliners. Steve Kinder takes us on a trip to La Paz ? the highest airport in the world and one of the most fascinating

Mars Attacks! - Frank B. Mormillo and Richard Cooper show what 'life of Mars' is really like, providing a report on the operations of the mighty Martin Mars flying boats ? shedding their load like nothing else to combat the threat of forest fires

Touch of Glass - The incorporation of a glass cockpit into US Navy's T-45C Goshawk has allowed a smoother pilot transition from the training schools to the front line. Ted Carlson reports

Guarding the Borders - Despite growing at a rapid pace since its humble beginnings, the Pakistan Air Force has not forgotten its heritage. Clare and Paul Harrison describe the pride of the air arm today

In the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch - Hurricane Mitch ripped through the heart of central America and when the call for help came, the world responded. A report on the relief operations by Larry Milberry

Chek-in! - World exclusive! AI is proud to be the first aviation publication to go behind the scenes at Hong Kong's new Chek Lap Kok Airport. Mark Ashley can't believe his eyes

REGULARS:

Airnet - Howard Curtis surfs the net taking an in-depth look at selected aviation-related sites. This month, the Landings site ? a useful tool for the aviation enthusiast
Airband - Graham Duke 'tunes in' to the airwaves for the latest radio/ATC news
Military Markings - The latest changes to the UK military serial listings, as detailed by Peter R. March
Air Safety - The Af team sifts through the news reports to bring you the latest word in safety-related incidents
Airview - Preservation news from around the globe, supplied by Peter R. March
Show-biz - The 1999 season is just around the corner and Mark Ashley reveals all the latest plans
World Airshow Dates - Fill up your diaries ? Peter R. March provides a bumper 1999 listing for UK and overseas events, including the newly announced Blue Angels and Thunderbirds tour dates
Airmart - AI's reviewers cast a critical eye over the latest aviation products on the market
Civil Scene - Airline and airliner news, compiled by Alan J. Wrighl and the AI news team
Display Slots - Another new section ofA7, profiling some of the smaller display teams around the world. This month, Hugo Mambour gives an update on the Russian Team Rusj and Remigiusz Gadacz provides the latest on the Polish Team Iskry
Airnews - This month's top news stories from around the world
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