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Aircraft Illustrated Magazine, November 1998 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

Boeing 707: still going strong - Concluding last month's article, Clare Blacklock takes a look at the Boeing 707's future and describes each of the production variants of this classic jetliner
Maple Flag: more than just an exercise - In a dense combat environment, studies have shown that close to 90% of aircraft losses occur within a pilot's first 10 combat missions. Enter 'Maple Flag'. Mike Reyno/Skytech Images captures the action
Canary Wharf - George Pennick sends us a postcard from Lanzarote!
Farnborough International 98 - Was Farnborough 98 a classic or a disappointment? Find out in our extensive coverage of the event by Denis J. Calvert and Mark Ashley
Never trust appearances - When is an airliner not an airliner? Often when it's Russian! Hugo Mambour takes us through the numerous liveries adopted by civilian aircraft operating for the Russian military and vice-versa
Amazonian adventure - The Peruvian city of Iquitos is a veritable treasure trove for those seeking an abundance of rare airliner types. Peter R. Foster explores the region's airports to bring us this report


Airnews - This month's top news stories from around the world
Airpower - National and international military aviation news, by John Flicker
Civil Scene - Airline and airliner news, compiled by Alan J. Wright and the 'M' news team
Air Safety - A new section of .47, which covers a broad section of air safety matters, as reported by the .47 news team
Airview - Preservation news from around the globe, supplied bv Peter R. March
Military Markings - The latest changes to the UK military serial listings, as detailed by Peter R. March
Airmart - AI's reviewers cast a critical eye over the latest aviation products on the market
Airnet - Howard Curtis explains how to set up your own Web site and 'surfs' the Internet to bring a monthly round-up of the best aviation "hits'


Air Register - Alan J. Wright lists recent additions and deletions to the UK civil register
Airmail - Your chance to air your views on all things aviation
Show-biz - A slight departure from the usual in this month's column, as Mark Ashley 'targets' airshow commentary
Airshow round-up - Reports from around Europe as the 1998 display season draws to a close
World Airshow Dates - Last dates for 98 ... and the first for 1999 - Peter R. March rounds-up his 'record-breaking' list of airshow dates for this season
Introducing our free RAF supplement, this month's front cover by JOHN DIBBS features a No 1 Squadron Harrier GR7 as it eases towards the cameraship. The aircraft is being flown by Sqn Ldr Chris Huckstep, OC 'A' Flight, Look out for a "feature with a difference' by Sqn Ldr Huckstep in a future issue!
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