Aeroplane Monthly Magazine Issue 562 February 2020 Latest Issue

Aeroplane Monthly Magazine Issue 562 February 2020 Latest Issue

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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine Issue 562 February 2020

Please note this title will be removed from sale on 13 February 2020 and replaced with the latest issue

Includes:

NEWS AND COMMENT

FROM THE EDITOR

NEWS
• Grande Galerie opens at Le Bourget
• Brussels museum set for refurbishment
• Silver Spitfire completes world flight and the month’s other top aircraft preservation news

WORKSHOP
A first in-depth look at Aerospace Bristol’s Bolingbroke project

HANGAR TALK
Steve Slater’s comment on the historic aircraft world

FLIGHT LINE
Reflections on aviation history with Denis J. Calvert

REGULARS

SKYWRITERS

Q&A
Your questions asked and answered

HOOKS’ TOURS
More superb colour images from the collection of the late Mike Hooks. This month, a selection of Pilatus P2s

REVIEWS
The latest aviation books and products in the spotlight

NEXT MONTH

FEATURES

PARER AND McINTOSH
The first England to Australia flight by a single-engine aircraft left two aviator friends in the record books

FOCKE-WULF STIEGLITZ
Restoring, owning and flying the classic German biplane trainer

EARLY DAYS OF THE ATA
The late Lettice Curtis describes the challenges faced by the first Air Transport Auxiliary pilots

AEROPLANE MEETS… RICHARD GRACE
The childhood dream of flying warbirds came true for this very skilled pilot and engineer

AEROPLANE ARCHIVE: NEWS FROM 1940
Continuing our new series looking back at how The Aeroplane covered a momentous year

PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES: Saluting a selection of legends from the world of post-war flight testing

DATABASE: CONVAIR SEA DART
A supersonic floatplane fighter was never to be, despite Convair’s best efforts. Matthew Willis charts the chequered history of the Sea Dart

SNECMA COLÉOPTÈRE
The French engine manufacturer’s one-off annular-wing VTOL jet

BAC 221
The flight test diary of the British Aircraft Corporation’s Concorde wing testbed

VAAC HARRIER
How the oldest two-seat Harrier helped perfect the control method for today’s F-35 Lightning II.

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