AIR International - April 2006

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FEATURES

ROYAL AIR FORCE OF OMAN
As the RAFO re-equips to maintain the country's enviable stability in a turbulent region, Malcolm English interviews the Chief of the RAFO and looks at its present status.

AIR CANADA - SURVIVAL, INNOVATION & ALL THAT JAZZ
Air Canada has embraced innovation in order to remain competitive. Today, as Jon Lake explains, it is respected as a modern and pioneering airline and has a reputation for customer care and excellence .

ROYAL NAVY SEA HARRIERS BOW OUT
March 31, 2006, marks the final day of operational service for the Royal Navy's Sea Harrier, the last true all-British fighter. Jamie Hunter/AVIACOM looks back over its eventful career.

WEDGETAIL - AUSTRALIA'S POCKET AWACS
As the Boeing 737 AEW&C Wedgetail prepares to enter service with the Royal Australian Air Force, Dr Carlo Kopp emphasizes its strategic importance.

AIRCRAFT PROFILE - CONVAIR TWINS
Urs Weidmann describes the Convair CV-240 to CV-580 family of twin-engined airliners and their military derivatives. AI

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HEADLINES
Includes details of the order for Boeing C-17As by Australia, the roll-out of the first F-35A JSF and a large Indian Airlines order for A319s, A320s and A321s.

MILITARY NEWS
Reports from around the world.

CIVIL NEWS
A round-up of the latest commercial aviation news.

CIVIL & MILITARY ACCIDENTS
Aviation accidents from around the world.

FLIGHT BAG
Reviews of some aviation-related products.

TALKBACK
A selection of readers' letters and photographs.

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