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FlyPast  |  October 2013  


The October issue FlyPast is a packed, 124-page special featuring the best air-to-air photography, the latest warbird action, and exclusive insights into what it was like to fly on some of the most dangerous and important missions of World War Two and beyond. Our cover star is a rare 'high back' North American P-51B Mustang – this machine has been lovingly restored and is now flown by US collector John Sessions as a tribute to those who gave so much. It's a magnificent aeroplane – John describes its history to Rachel Morris, while ace photographer John Dibbs captures the fighter in its element.

Spotlight: Avro Lancaster
A special 25-page section on the RAF’s legendary World War Two heavy bomber, the Avro Lancaster. FlyPast scrutinizes its history, compares it to its predecessor and successor, and profiles some of the men that flew them. With exclusive colour artwork and numerous archive images.

Handley Page Halifax: special ‘ops’
The story of Max Gaskin’s wartime career aboard special duty Halifax bombers.

Scampton Salute
A visit to Scampton inspired artist John Hunter to pay tribute to the Dambusters

Hammer of the fleet
Capt Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown remembers his time flying the Blackburn Buccaneer

Flying the Liberator
Dave Unwin gets behind the controls of a Consolidated B-24 Liberator in the US

We also bring you breaking news of Duxford's Blenheim being rolled out, and the departure of the Fighter Collection's P-47G Thunderbolt. We also say farewell to Coventry’s last Dakota, but welcome an Australian Messerschmitt 109 project, a Flying Fortress restoration, and the return of an English Electric Lightning to fast taxying condition. Ken Ellis takes on a tour of Essex, uncovering some interesting World War Two heritage, and the amazing courage of VC recipient James Ward is profiled by Air Cdre Graham Pitchfork.

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FlyPast Magazine - At the heart of aviation heritage

Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher.

Take a look through the pages of FlyPast and you will discover why it is Britain’s top-selling aviation monthly and is internationally regarded for its comprehensive coverage of aviation history and heritage. FlyPast magazine is packed with first-person aircrew memories, expertly researched features from 1914 into the 1960s, airshow news, product reviews, museum visits, restoration projects, in-detail surveys of famous aircraft as well as comprehensive and authoritative news and stunning photography from around the globe. Subjects regularly profiled include British and American aircraft type histories, as well as those of squadrons and units from the Second World War to the Cold War.

Regular features include:

• Global comprehensive and authoritative news on aviation history and heritage
• In-depth features and specials profiling aircraft, manufacturers, air forces and countries
• Regular readers’ favourites – ‘Men behind the medals’, ‘We salute you - in memory’ and ‘From the workshop’
• First-person aircrew memories
• Airshow news and reviews
• All the latest events and happenings from around the world
• Product reviews
• Plus regular special feature sections and supplements

And much, much more!

For more information, visit www.flypast.com

Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2015. All rights reserved.

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Installed fine..magazine download is huge..takes a while..zoom feature in app could use a little tweaking..good value for money.
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Excellent publication. I have been purchasing it since Issue No 1 ! Now even easier to read electronically anywhere.
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FlyPast   |   October 2013   


The October issue FlyPast is a packed, 124-page special featuring the best air-to-air photography, the latest warbird action, and exclusive insights into what it was like to fly on some of the most dangerous and important missions of World War Two and beyond. Our cover star is a rare 'high back' North American P-51B Mustang – this machine has been lovingly restored and is now flown by US collector John Sessions as a tribute to those who gave so much. It's a magnificent aeroplane – John describes its history to Rachel Morris, while ace photographer John Dibbs captures the fighter in its element.

Spotlight: Avro Lancaster
A special 25-page section on the RAF’s legendary World War Two heavy bomber, the Avro Lancaster. FlyPast scrutinizes its history, compares it to its predecessor and successor, and profiles some of the men that flew them. With exclusive colour artwork and numerous archive images.

Handley Page Halifax: special ‘ops’
The story of Max Gaskin’s wartime career aboard special duty Halifax bombers.

Scampton Salute
A visit to Scampton inspired artist John Hunter to pay tribute to the Dambusters

Hammer of the fleet
Capt Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown remembers his time flying the Blackburn Buccaneer

Flying the Liberator
Dave Unwin gets behind the controls of a Consolidated B-24 Liberator in the US

We also bring you breaking news of Duxford's Blenheim being rolled out, and the departure of the Fighter Collection's P-47G Thunderbolt. We also say farewell to Coventry’s last Dakota, but welcome an Australian Messerschmitt 109 project, a Flying Fortress restoration, and the return of an English Electric Lightning to fast taxying condition. Ken Ellis takes on a tour of Essex, uncovering some interesting World War Two heritage, and the amazing courage of VC recipient James Ward is profiled by Air Cdre Graham Pitchfork.

Click here to view the contents page.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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  You'll never miss an issue
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  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year FlyPast magazine print subscription.
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