AIR International - July 2003

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FEATURES

RIDING THE OZONE LAYER

Dr David Baker looks at the revolutionary combat air vehicles being studied to counter tomorrow's threat.

SOUTH AFRICAN AIR FORCE ENTERS A NEW ERA
Malcolm English reports on the South African Air Force which, having recovered
from the effects of a devastating decline in the value of the Rand, has been restructured to form a sustainable, affordable and combat-ready organisation.

LASTING MULTINATIONAL LEARJETS - NOTHING TO LEER ABOUT
A summary of Learjets' corporate history and a tabulation of the models behind one of the great successes in the executive jet market, by Ren‚ J Francillon.

VISIONS OF AEROSPACE TO 2020
A report from the Society of British Aerospace Companies Annual Conference by Malcolm English on the future of commercial aviation.

FUNDAMENTALS OF AIRLINER DESIGN - PART 15 STRUCTURES AND MATERIALS III
Introduction of jet transports and the length of their working lives are two of the issues addressed by Ray Whitford in this final article on structural design.

UNCERTAIN FUTURE FOR ANTONOV'S PROPFAN
Piotr Butowski reviews the An-70's development.

REGULARS

AIRSCENE HEADLINES

Dave Allport reports on the major Embraer order from JetBlue and the final signature of a contract for the A4000M.

AIRSCENE
Military, commercial and aerospace industry news from around the world, compiled by Dave Allport.

TALKBACK

Readers' letters and photographs of general interest.

AIRDATA FILE
Technical data and illustrations, including general arrangement drawings, of the Antonov An-140 and Ilyushin Il-214-MTA, collated by Alan Dawes.

IN PRINT
Reviews of some recent books received.

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