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Aircraft Illustrated Magazine, September 1998 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
COVER STORY - Eye of the tiger - Belgium is not exactly renowned for its big cat population, but the exception is this fearsome F-16 from Kleine-Brogel-based 31 Smaldeel. Enough to strike terror into the hearts of the most hardened of big game 'spotters', the aircraft was uncaged for the NATO Tiger Meet and 1998 airshow season. Bob Archer

Next month: Brooklands Wellington, T-45 Goshawk, Farnborough glory days, Virgin flyers, Police 'helos', Tail gunner's story

Airnews - This month's top news stories from around the world

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

Airnet - Howard Curtis reviews 'Windows 98' and 'surfs' the Internet to bring a monthly round-up of the best aviation sites

World Airshow Dates - Peter R. March provides our 'record-breaking' list of airshow dates for the display season

Airband - Graham Duke 'tunes-in' to the airwaves for the latest airband radio/ATC news

Air Safety - A new section of AI which covers a broad section of air safety matters reported by the AI news team

Civil Scene - Airline and airliner news, compiled by Alan J. Wright and the AI news team

Show-biz - The latest news from the air display circuit, as compiled by Mark Ashley

Airview - Preservation news from around the globe, supplied by Peter R. March

Airmart - AI's reviewers cast a critical eye over the latest aviation products on the market

Air Register - Alan J. Wright lists recent additions and deletions to the UK civil register

Military Markings - The latest changes to the UK military serial listings, as detailed by Peter R. March

Have a nice day! - Our very own private eye 'Dick' Cooper takes on the might of US officialdom to discover if aviation enthusiasts are being victimised

French team-work - A big exercise that's getting bigger, 'Odax' is a valuable operation for the French military, as Gert Kromhout reports

Birds of Paradise - Richard Cooper interviews Air Seychelle's chief executive officer Capt David Savy about the operation of 'the flag carrier of Paradise'

Hard to be Humble - The spirit of NATO's famous Tiger Meet is still as strong as ever. Richard Collens and Bob Archer wont on the prowl at Lechfeld to capture the cats on camera

Kai Tak is dead - long live Chek Lap KokO - Graham Dinsdale of George Pick Aerotours bids Kai Tak farewell and provides an invaluable guide as to how to 'hit' Hong Kong in this new era

Tutus and Turbulence - Join us for the most exclusive ballet ticket in the world as the Moscow Flying Ballet conducts its breath-taking performances in mid-air! Herbie Pitts, technical director of the operation, gives us this exclusive review of their amazing routine

From the belly of the beast - Patrick McDonnell takes a fascinating look at the bizarre world of 'parasite fighters'

RIAT '98 - AI's team of reporters and photographers attend this year's Royal International Air Tattoo and come away just a little disappointed

Spirit of Farnborough - Mark Ashley looks ahead to the last 'traditional' Farnborough Airshow, to be held this September

The 'Bucc'stops here! - Nightbird has 'flown' home. A previous member of test flying from Farnborough, Buccaneer XV344 Nightbird, has been preserved in its rightful environment. Peter J. Cooper/Falcon Aviation Photographs tells its story
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