FlyPast - June 2011

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LANCASTER MEMORIES
Edward Darlington tells of his extended Avro Lancaster tour with Canada's `Moose' squadron.

VENOM NIGHT-FIGHTERS
The controversial DH Venom night-fighter did have its supporters. Doug Gordon describes the short-lived interceptor.

BRITS ABROAD
Alvaro Romero illustrates some of the British aircraft on show at the ArgentineNationalAviationMuseum.

CLASSIC FLIGHT
As Coventry's AIRBASE announces exciting changes for 2011, Steve Beebee finds out how it plans to keep classic aviation `alive'.

BITE OF THE KINGCOBRA
Michael O'Leary profiles a superb example of the Bell P-63 Kingcobra.

WOMEN AT DUXFORD
Steve Beebee remembers the increasingly important role of women at Duxford during World War Two.

UNARMED AND UNAFRAID
Mick Prendergast describes Benson's vital role as the wartime home of the Photographic Reconnaissance Unit.

REGULARS

YORKSHIRE'S FINEST
In our series on Britain's post-war aircraft industry, Ken Ellis turns to the fortunes of Blackburn and General Aircraft.

GLORY DAYS
Jim Hughes presents a photographic memoir his days at Mauripur, the last RAF base in the Indian sub-continent.

AIRSHOW
Some highlights to look out for as the UK airshow season kicks off.

FLYPOST AND `OPS' BOARD
Bumper bag of readers' letters and comments, plus dates for your diary.

FINALS
Past meets present at the Florida Airshow.

NEWS
Vulcan arrives at new home

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