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Aircraft Illustrated Magazine, July 1998 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

Airnews - This month's top news stories from around the world
A day in the life of BAe Warton (part 1) - Derek Bower looks behind the scenes at BAe Warton, the first time a journalist has been allowed such privileged access
Finnished MiGs - Perttu Karivalo and Lassi Tolvanen of Fly High Ltd witness the 'Bison's' last stampede - the retirement of the MiG-21 in Finnish AF service
New kid on the block - Aircraft Illustrated takes a look at Boeing's latest baby, the new B717, nee MD-95


Military Markings - The latest changes to the UK military serial listings, as detailed by Peter R. March
Airband - Graham Duke tunes-in to the latest ATC/airband radio news
Air Register - Alan J. Wright lists recent additions and deletions to the UK civil register
Airnet - In AI's new regular column, Howard Curtis investigates 'Browsers' and 'surfs' the Internet to bring a monthly round-up of the best aviation sites
Airmail - 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. Wright and the 'AI' news team
Airpower - National and international military aviation news, by John Fricker
Airview - Preservation news from around the globe, supplied by Peter R. March


Top Marksman - Graham Robson sets his sights on the Marksman, one of the world's first Corporate aircraft
Berlin Cabaret - A photo-report from ILA 98 by Mark Ashley
Independence Day - Israel celebrated 50 years of independence on 30 April and with it offered a rare opportunity to see the country's air arm at close quarters. Peter Foster was there for AT
Where's Albert II? - As one of the first journalists to fly the RAF's C-130J-30, Peter R. March investigates why the 'new' Hercules is taking so long to be delivered to its launch customer
On Delta wings (part 1) - Over the last 75 years, Delta Air Lines has developed into one of today's superpowers of the airline industry. Eryl Crump reports
North Weald - now or never! - What does the future hold for North Weald? Mark Ashley talks to the airfield's residents to gauge the consensus of opinion
COVER STORY - Living on the knife-edge! Bob Thompson illustrates the superb manoeuvrability of his RNZAF-liveried Strikemaster, one half of the exciting new airshow act, the Strikemaster Duo (see centrespread and North Weald reports). Air-to-air photography by John Dibbs


Show-biz - The latest news from the air display circuit, as compiled by Mark Ashley
World Airshow Dates - Fed up with the World Cup finals? Why not go to an airshow instead? Peter R. March provides our 'record-breaking' list of airshow dates for the 1998 display season
Show-time! - Aircraft Illustrated's team of roving reporters bring you the news from the big events so far this season
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