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FlyPast  |  December 2014  


The brand new December issue of FlyPast is not to be missed! Our cover star is one of the best-loved warbirds in the UK, the Rolls-Royce owned Supermarine Spitfire XIX PS853. This mighty Griffon-powered machine has been performing on the UK airshow scene for decades, and we took the opportunity to speak to its chief pilot Phill O’Dell about what it’s like to fly, and how it has come to represent the Rolls-Royce brand. John Dibbs provides spectacular air-to-air photography of this impressive fighter.

Spotlight: Bristol Beaufighter
A key Allied war machine of World War Two, our special Spotlight section focuses on the pugnacious Bristol Beaufighter. Featuring rarely seen photos and exclusive artwork, we look back at the history of the twin-engined fighter-bomber, and profile some of the men that flew it into combat.

Tuskegee Tribute
Robert F Dorr describes the day when the Tuskegee Airmen got the edge over the potent Messerschmitt Me 262 jet.

Flying The Fortress
FlyPast’s Dave Unwin gets behind the controls of the Collings Foundation’s Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress.

Spitfires Down Under
Gavin Conroy captured Temora’s Spitfire pair on camera as they rehearsed for a flying day.

MiG reborn
A profile of Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 N406DM which is now flying in the US.

We also bring you the latest news about the RAF Museum’s conservation of the Goodwin Sands’ Dornier Do 17, and an update about a Spitfire that will soon be flying in New Zealand. We head off to Duxford for the last of its big shows this year, visit the Reno air races, and drop in at Tangmere to see the museum’s World War One tribute. There’s also a feature on an Avro Lancaster that was used to test jet engines, plus much more.
FlyPast Magazine - At the heart of aviation heritage

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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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FlyPast   |   December 2014   


The brand new December issue of FlyPast is not to be missed! Our cover star is one of the best-loved warbirds in the UK, the Rolls-Royce owned Supermarine Spitfire XIX PS853. This mighty Griffon-powered machine has been performing on the UK airshow scene for decades, and we took the opportunity to speak to its chief pilot Phill O’Dell about what it’s like to fly, and how it has come to represent the Rolls-Royce brand. John Dibbs provides spectacular air-to-air photography of this impressive fighter.

Spotlight: Bristol Beaufighter
A key Allied war machine of World War Two, our special Spotlight section focuses on the pugnacious Bristol Beaufighter. Featuring rarely seen photos and exclusive artwork, we look back at the history of the twin-engined fighter-bomber, and profile some of the men that flew it into combat.

Tuskegee Tribute
Robert F Dorr describes the day when the Tuskegee Airmen got the edge over the potent Messerschmitt Me 262 jet.

Flying The Fortress
FlyPast’s Dave Unwin gets behind the controls of the Collings Foundation’s Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress.

Spitfires Down Under
Gavin Conroy captured Temora’s Spitfire pair on camera as they rehearsed for a flying day.

MiG reborn
A profile of Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 N406DM which is now flying in the US.

We also bring you the latest news about the RAF Museum’s conservation of the Goodwin Sands’ Dornier Do 17, and an update about a Spitfire that will soon be flying in New Zealand. We head off to Duxford for the last of its big shows this year, visit the Reno air races, and drop in at Tangmere to see the museum’s World War One tribute. There’s also a feature on an Avro Lancaster that was used to test jet engines, plus much more.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year FlyPast magazine print subscription.
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