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Classic Aircraft Magazine February 2012 Back Issue

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Blackbird at 50 — a special section on the Lockheed spyplane, from the CIA’s first A-12s to the USAF’s last SR-71s; the Israeli Air Force Museum’s famous black Spitfire is captured exclusively air-to-air; British Midland is the historic airline subject; Coventry’s preserved Shackleton roars again; we find out why the Bristol 188 was a ‘£16-million white elephant’; and ‘Warbird Focus’ examines the North American T-28.
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Classic Aircraft

February 2012 Blackbird at 50 — a special section on the Lockheed spyplane, from the CIA’s first A-12s to the USAF’s last SR-71s; the Israeli Air Force Museum’s famous black Spitfire is captured exclusively air-to-air; British Midland is the historic airline subject; Coventry’s preserved Shackleton roars again; we find out why the Bristol 188 was a ‘£16-million white elephant’; and ‘Warbird Focus’ examines the North American T-28.


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Blackbird at 50 — a special section on the Lockheed spyplane, from the CIA’s first A-12s to the USAF’s last SR-71s; the Israeli Air Force Museum’s famous black Spitfire is captured exclusively air-to-air; British Midland is the historic airline subject; Coventry’s preserved Shackleton roars again; we find out why the Bristol 188 was a ‘£16-million white elephant’; and ‘Warbird Focus’ examines the North American T-28.
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*** (Important notice: December 2012) This title is no longer published, no further issues will be released. Back issues can still be purchased. From January 2013 Classic Aircraft will be incorporated into Aviation News***

Classic Aircraft places its focus on the jet and propeller-driven types of the post-war years, covering the developments in military aviation and fascinating operations during the Cold War period, and the huge changes that swept through the airline world as mass air travel became a reality.

But there's much more to the history in Classic Aircraft than that. We cover the heroes of World War Two, the inter-war period, World War One and the pioneer aviators; we also look at more recent aviation happenings with a unique historical slant, and report on the vibrant aircraft preservation scene. Whatever the subject, stunning archive imagery accompanies informed, in-depth, intelligent articles from authors passionate about aviation, including ‘behind the scenes’ first-hand accounts and revealing 'from the cockpit' stories. Every issue is also packed with the latest aircraft preservation news, event reports, opinionated columns and product reviews, while special free supplements throughout the year are not to be missed.

For more information, visit www.classic-aircraft.net

Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2012. All rights reserved.

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