Aeroplane Monthly Magazine Issue 563 March 2020 Latest Issue

Aeroplane Monthly Magazine Issue 563 March 2020 Latest Issue

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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine Issue 563 March 2020

Please note this title will be removed from sale on 12 March 2020 and replaced with the latest issue

Includes:

NEWS AND COMMENT

FROM THE EDITOR

NEWS
• Fort Paull Beverley in peril
• Greek Spitfire flies at Biggin
• ‘Heinkel’ Hawkinge move under way… and the month’s other top aircraft preservation news

WORKSHOP
The Cambridge Bomber and Fighter Society’s Hurricane project is a true labour of love

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

BRIEFING FILE
How the Lancaster made such a difference to Bomber Command

REVIEWS
The latest aviation books and products in the spotlight

NEXT MONTH

HAWKER SALUTE

HAWKER’S EARLY YEARS
How the company came about in 1920 and its rise to virtual dominance on the RAF front line

HURRICANE GESTATION
The new monoplane fighter design represented quite a risk for Hawker

NO 121 WING TYPHOONS
On the front line with the expeditionary rocket-armed ‘Tiffies’

P1154: THE ORIGINAL HARRIER
Many see the P1154 as one of the great lost British aircraft, but it helped pioneer international collaboration

HHA HUNTERS
The most famous Hawker jet is still in service, not least with a forward-looking British defence contractor

FEATURES

SPARTAN EXECUTIVE
Mainland Europe’s sole example of the beautiful ’30s executive aircraft

DUXFORD B-29 DELIVERY
The dilapidated-looking Superfortress that flew the Atlantic 40 years ago

ROME-TOKYO FLIGHT
Celebrating the centenary of a feat that saw two biplanes bringing Italy’s colours to far-off Japan

AEROPLANE MEETS… RAMON JOSA
The French naval aviator who flew the F4U Corsair at war and as a warbird

DATABASE: VULTEE VENGEANCE
James Kightly examines the American dive-bomber that commanders barely wanted to use in its intended role

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

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