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FlyPast  |   July 2018  


The latest 132-page issue of FlyPast pays tribute to Britain’s glorious jet age with a series of themed features. Towards the end of World War Two, and especially in the years that followed, Britain can justifiably claim to have led the world in jet technology. Following the Gloster Meteor, the only Allied jet to see service before VE Day, British manufacturers were responsible for a range of innovative successors, including our cover star, the twin-boomed Vampire, and the legendary Comet airliner.

Dambusters Revisited
Marking the 75th anniversary of Operation ‘Chastise’, Steve Beebee visited the Möhne and Eder dams in Germany.

Target Britain
For 12 days in 1942 the Luftwaffe hit British towns that appeared in the Baedeker travel guide. Chris Goss assesses these raids.

Flying the Stieglitz
Our resident warbird pilot Dave Unwin samples the Focke-Wulf Fw 44 Stieglitz.

Dragon Lady
Lockheed U-2 pilot Lt Col Rick Bishop recalls high altitude missions that took samples from Chinese nuclear weapon tests.

Marauders
Warren E Thompson talks to Martin B-26 crews about their exploits from North Africa to Germany.

We also visit this year’s Warbirds Over Wanaka airshow in New Zealand, while Scott Lester drops in at the Aviation Heritage Museum in Bull Creek, Western Australia. Closer to home, Nigel Price brings us the latest news from the RAF Museum Cosford’s Michael Beetham Conservation Centre, where a Wellington and Hampden – among others – are being worked on. We also bring news of a Greek Spitfire that’s being rebuilt at Biggin Hill, and a P-47D Thunderbolt that has returned to the UK.
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 2018. 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.
   Reviewed 07 May 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Excellent publication. I have been purchasing it since Issue No 1 ! Now even easier to read electronically anywhere.
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FlyPast   |   July 2018   


The latest 132-page issue of FlyPast pays tribute to Britain’s glorious jet age with a series of themed features. Towards the end of World War Two, and especially in the years that followed, Britain can justifiably claim to have led the world in jet technology. Following the Gloster Meteor, the only Allied jet to see service before VE Day, British manufacturers were responsible for a range of innovative successors, including our cover star, the twin-boomed Vampire, and the legendary Comet airliner.

Dambusters Revisited
Marking the 75th anniversary of Operation ‘Chastise’, Steve Beebee visited the Möhne and Eder dams in Germany.

Target Britain
For 12 days in 1942 the Luftwaffe hit British towns that appeared in the Baedeker travel guide. Chris Goss assesses these raids.

Flying the Stieglitz
Our resident warbird pilot Dave Unwin samples the Focke-Wulf Fw 44 Stieglitz.

Dragon Lady
Lockheed U-2 pilot Lt Col Rick Bishop recalls high altitude missions that took samples from Chinese nuclear weapon tests.

Marauders
Warren E Thompson talks to Martin B-26 crews about their exploits from North Africa to Germany.

We also visit this year’s Warbirds Over Wanaka airshow in New Zealand, while Scott Lester drops in at the Aviation Heritage Museum in Bull Creek, Western Australia. Closer to home, Nigel Price brings us the latest news from the RAF Museum Cosford’s Michael Beetham Conservation Centre, where a Wellington and Hampden – among others – are being worked on. We also bring news of a Greek Spitfire that’s being rebuilt at Biggin Hill, and a P-47D Thunderbolt that has returned to the UK.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year FlyPast magazine print subscription.
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