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FlyPast Magazine September 2013 Back Issue

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207 Reviews   •  English   •   Aviation & Transport (Aviation)
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September’s massive 132-page FlyPast brings you the best in historic aviation from around the globe. In this edition we include a 22-page special focusing on one of the icons of British World War Two aviation, the de Havilland Mosquito. We look at the famous ‘wooden wonder’s combat debut, and its essential role as a ‘nuisance raider’ in attacks on the German capital. Also, Geoff Jones provides an exclusive interview with the pilots who fly the world’s only airworthy ‘Mossie’, KA114 – accompanied by some amazing air-to-air photography.

LYSANDER AND SEA VIXEN HEADLINES
Hendon’s Westland Lysander is about to be restored and repainted, and the world’s only flying Sea Vixen is back in the air following a minor accident last year. Plus news on a Harrier for the expanding Classic Air Force collection, and an unusual fate for a damaged Dakota.

FLYING LEGENDS
It’s that time of year again – FlyPast visits a sun-soaked Flying Legends airshow at Duxford, plus reports from Old Warden, Manston and more.

RED LEADER
Up in the air with a repainted Folland Gnat, recalling the early years of the Red Arrows.

LODESTAR ALIVE
A look at the Commemorative Air Force’s immaculate Lockheed Lodestar.

SKYRAIDER IN THE SPOTLIGHT
In another special 22-page section, we focus on the fearsome Douglas Skyraider. Warren E Thompson describes the type’s exploits in Korea and Vietnam, plus pilot memoirs, exclusive three-way artwork and a detailed cutaway.

HURRICANE WORKSHOP
David C Neyens reveals the Battle of Britain background of a newly restored Hawker Hurricane.

Plus accounts of flying biplanes into battle, a visit to the Gatwick Aviation Museum, the story of an A-26 Invader’s return to the airshow scene, and more!
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September 2013 September’s massive 132-page FlyPast brings you the best in historic aviation from around the globe. In this edition we include a 22-page special focusing on one of the icons of British World War Two aviation, the de Havilland Mosquito. We look at the famous ‘wooden wonder’s combat debut, and its essential role as a ‘nuisance raider’ in attacks on the German capital. Also, Geoff Jones provides an exclusive interview with the pilots who fly the world’s only airworthy ‘Mossie’, KA114 – accompanied by some amazing air-to-air photography. LYSANDER AND SEA VIXEN HEADLINES Hendon’s Westland Lysander is about to be restored and repainted, and the world’s only flying Sea Vixen is back in the air following a minor accident last year. Plus news on a Harrier for the expanding Classic Air Force collection, and an unusual fate for a damaged Dakota. FLYING LEGENDS It’s that time of year again – FlyPast visits a sun-soaked Flying Legends airshow at Duxford, plus reports from Old Warden, Manston and more. RED LEADER Up in the air with a repainted Folland Gnat, recalling the early years of the Red Arrows. LODESTAR ALIVE A look at the Commemorative Air Force’s immaculate Lockheed Lodestar. SKYRAIDER IN THE SPOTLIGHT In another special 22-page section, we focus on the fearsome Douglas Skyraider. Warren E Thompson describes the type’s exploits in Korea and Vietnam, plus pilot memoirs, exclusive three-way artwork and a detailed cutaway. HURRICANE WORKSHOP David C Neyens reveals the Battle of Britain background of a newly restored Hawker Hurricane. Plus accounts of flying biplanes into battle, a visit to the Gatwick Aviation Museum, the story of an A-26 Invader’s return to the airshow scene, and more!


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September’s massive 132-page FlyPast brings you the best in historic aviation from around the globe. In this edition we include a 22-page special focusing on one of the icons of British World War Two aviation, the de Havilland Mosquito. We look at the famous ‘wooden wonder’s combat debut, and its essential role as a ‘nuisance raider’ in attacks on the German capital. Also, Geoff Jones provides an exclusive interview with the pilots who fly the world’s only airworthy ‘Mossie’, KA114 – accompanied by some amazing air-to-air photography.

LYSANDER AND SEA VIXEN HEADLINES
Hendon’s Westland Lysander is about to be restored and repainted, and the world’s only flying Sea Vixen is back in the air following a minor accident last year. Plus news on a Harrier for the expanding Classic Air Force collection, and an unusual fate for a damaged Dakota.

FLYING LEGENDS
It’s that time of year again – FlyPast visits a sun-soaked Flying Legends airshow at Duxford, plus reports from Old Warden, Manston and more.

RED LEADER
Up in the air with a repainted Folland Gnat, recalling the early years of the Red Arrows.

LODESTAR ALIVE
A look at the Commemorative Air Force’s immaculate Lockheed Lodestar.

SKYRAIDER IN THE SPOTLIGHT
In another special 22-page section, we focus on the fearsome Douglas Skyraider. Warren E Thompson describes the type’s exploits in Korea and Vietnam, plus pilot memoirs, exclusive three-way artwork and a detailed cutaway.

HURRICANE WORKSHOP
David C Neyens reveals the Battle of Britain background of a newly restored Hawker Hurricane.

Plus accounts of flying biplanes into battle, a visit to the Gatwick Aviation Museum, the story of an A-26 Invader’s return to the airshow scene, and more!
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