Trustpilot

All items ordered before 10:00 GMT will be dispatched the same working day (excludes weekends, bank holidays and our annual holiday periods). Any items purchased after 10:00 GMT on a Friday will not be dispatched until the following Monday.



Aeroplane Monthly Magazine July 2020 Issue 567 Latest Issue

Regular price £ 4.99 GBP

Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Aeroplane Monthly Magazine Issue 567 July 2020

Please note this title will be removed from sale on 09 July 2020 and replaced with the latest issue

Includes:

NEWS AND COMMENT

FROM THE EDITOR

NEWS
• Bearcat flies at Chino
• PR Spitfire salutes the NHS
• Meteor T7 sold to Planes of Fame… and the month’s other top aircraft preservation news

WORKSHOP
Latest insights into the return to flight of Hawker Typhoon RB396

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

FLIGHT LINE
Reflections on aviation history with Matthew Willis

REGULARS

Q&A
Your questions asked and answered

SKYWRITERS

BRIEFING FILE
Under the skin of aviation technology and tactics — this month, how did the Link Trainer work?

REVIEWS
The latest aviation books in the spotlight

NEXT MONTH

FEATURES

RAY HANNA
Fifty years ago, the great New Zealander flew Spitfire IX MH434 for the first time and created a very special bond between man and machine. Friends, family and colleagues discuss what made him perhaps the greatest warbird display pilot of all time

SWEDISH CANBERRAS
The English Electric twin-jet’s little-known Flygvapnet service

1935 RAF REVIEW
We look back 85 years to the first ever royal review of the RAF, aided by period accounts, images and documents

CASA 2.111
The challenges of flying the Confederate Air Force’s much-missed example of the Merlin-engined, Spanish-built Heinkel He 111

COLIN CHAPMAN’S AIRCRAFT
The Lotus Cars founder used aircraft as a means of personal and corporate transport, but also wanted to revolutionise the microlight world

AEROPLANE MEETS… PETER HOAR
He flew with many great figures, but this stalwart of the 1970s and ’80s historic aircraft scene made quite a name for himself, too

SHANGHAI Y-10
Why China’s much-vaunted new four-jet airliner was already out of date when it took to the air

DATABASE: CURTISS H-12
When the Royal Naval Air Service of the First World War wanted an effective new waterborne aircraft, it looked to an American manufacturer, as Pete London finds out

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

Images Copyright © Key Publishing

Our shipping prices are calculated based on the weight and size of the product and items are shipped by Royal Mail or Parcelforce wherever possible.

We recommend any orders placed over the value of £20 the signature required option is chosen at check out.

We aim to dispatch all in stock items within 24 hours and delivery is usually within 2-5 working days.

Please note we dispatch items Monday to Friday only.

All items ordered before 10:00 GMT will be dispatched the same working day (excludes weekends, bank holidays and our annual holiday periods). Any items purchased after 10:00 GMT on a Friday will not be dispatched until the following Monday.

In the unlikely event that your order has been lost in transit, we will do our best to replace it as soon as possible (subject to product availability). Please be aware that you must contact us within 60 days of the dispatch date of your order if it hasn’t arrived via the postal service. Unfortunately, claims for lost in transit orders after this time cannot be accepted.