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FlyPast Magazine July 2013 Back Issue

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The July 2013 issue of FlyPast is now available to download. This 122-page edition of the UK’s biggest selling aviation monthly features an incredibly rare, original Focke-Wulf Fw 190 on its cover. This remarkable ex-Luftwaffe fighter is owned and flown by Flying Heritage Collection in the US, and FlyPast writer Rachel Morris tells how it was located in a Russian forest and eventually returned to airworthy standard. John Dibbs air-to-air photography is, as ever, stunning.

HURRICANE AND ‘MOSSIE’ NEWS
The latest on attempts to restore three UK-based Hawker Hurricanes, and news on the world’s only flying De Havilland Mosquito getting airborne in the US.

DRAGON LADY
Lt Col Anthony Martinez reveals what it was like to fly a fabled and highly secretive ‘Cold War’ legend, the Lockheed U-2.

KITTYHAWK SPECIAL
Our 22-page Spotlight section looks at Curtiss’ famous shark-mouthed World War Two fighter, the P-40. Included is a detailed three-way artwork of an example that flew in China with the so-called Flying Tigers, plus pilot perspectives, and an account of the type’s use in combat.

‘RACING’ HARRIER
Bryan Baker talks to Hugh Trevor about his time flying Tangmere’s air racing example of the Hawker Harrier jump jet.

FROM THE WORKSHOP
This issue features two special behind-the-scenes looks at important projects. Ben Dunnell details changes afoot at IWM London, while Mike Shreeve looks at an attempt to recreate the machine that flew the first ever scheduled airline route.

RAF SHOW OF FORCE
A nostalgic look back at 1953’s spectacular Royal Review at RAF Odiham.

Plus reports from airshows, news of a Gloster Gladiator making its return to the air, a trip to a museum in Germany, and much more.

Click preview to view the actual contents pages.
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July 2013 The July 2013 issue of FlyPast is now available to download. This 122-page edition of the UK’s biggest selling aviation monthly features an incredibly rare, original Focke-Wulf Fw 190 on its cover. This remarkable ex-Luftwaffe fighter is owned and flown by Flying Heritage Collection in the US, and FlyPast writer Rachel Morris tells how it was located in a Russian forest and eventually returned to airworthy standard. John Dibbs air-to-air photography is, as ever, stunning. HURRICANE AND ‘MOSSIE’ NEWS The latest on attempts to restore three UK-based Hawker Hurricanes, and news on the world’s only flying De Havilland Mosquito getting airborne in the US. DRAGON LADY Lt Col Anthony Martinez reveals what it was like to fly a fabled and highly secretive ‘Cold War’ legend, the Lockheed U-2. KITTYHAWK SPECIAL Our 22-page Spotlight section looks at Curtiss’ famous shark-mouthed World War Two fighter, the P-40. Included is a detailed three-way artwork of an example that flew in China with the so-called Flying Tigers, plus pilot perspectives, and an account of the type’s use in combat. ‘RACING’ HARRIER Bryan Baker talks to Hugh Trevor about his time flying Tangmere’s air racing example of the Hawker Harrier jump jet. FROM THE WORKSHOP This issue features two special behind-the-scenes looks at important projects. Ben Dunnell details changes afoot at IWM London, while Mike Shreeve looks at an attempt to recreate the machine that flew the first ever scheduled airline route. RAF SHOW OF FORCE A nostalgic look back at 1953’s spectacular Royal Review at RAF Odiham. Plus reports from airshows, news of a Gloster Gladiator making its return to the air, a trip to a museum in Germany, and much more. Click preview to view the actual contents pages.


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The July 2013 issue of FlyPast is now available to download. This 122-page edition of the UK’s biggest selling aviation monthly features an incredibly rare, original Focke-Wulf Fw 190 on its cover. This remarkable ex-Luftwaffe fighter is owned and flown by Flying Heritage Collection in the US, and FlyPast writer Rachel Morris tells how it was located in a Russian forest and eventually returned to airworthy standard. John Dibbs air-to-air photography is, as ever, stunning.

HURRICANE AND ‘MOSSIE’ NEWS
The latest on attempts to restore three UK-based Hawker Hurricanes, and news on the world’s only flying De Havilland Mosquito getting airborne in the US.

DRAGON LADY
Lt Col Anthony Martinez reveals what it was like to fly a fabled and highly secretive ‘Cold War’ legend, the Lockheed U-2.

KITTYHAWK SPECIAL
Our 22-page Spotlight section looks at Curtiss’ famous shark-mouthed World War Two fighter, the P-40. Included is a detailed three-way artwork of an example that flew in China with the so-called Flying Tigers, plus pilot perspectives, and an account of the type’s use in combat.

‘RACING’ HARRIER
Bryan Baker talks to Hugh Trevor about his time flying Tangmere’s air racing example of the Hawker Harrier jump jet.

FROM THE WORKSHOP
This issue features two special behind-the-scenes looks at important projects. Ben Dunnell details changes afoot at IWM London, while Mike Shreeve looks at an attempt to recreate the machine that flew the first ever scheduled airline route.

RAF SHOW OF FORCE
A nostalgic look back at 1953’s spectacular Royal Review at RAF Odiham.

Plus reports from airshows, news of a Gloster Gladiator making its return to the air, a trip to a museum in Germany, and much more.

Click preview to view the actual contents pages.
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