FlyPast - July 2016
Richard Paver reports from an airshow in Germany that offers opportunities for photographers to capture air-to-air images.
Jem Shaw, brother of actor Martin Shaw, describes how they both fell in love with Boeing’s charismatic biplane.
When Hitler unleashed the V-1 flying bomb, USAAF fighters played their part in countering the threat, as Andrew Thomas recounts.
Darren Harbar celebrates the return to flight of the Shuttleworth Collection’s Westland Lysander.
We examine a pivotal period in world history – an era fraught with tension and A race for air supremacy
HUNTING HIGH AND LOW
Nigel Walpole reflects on his time flying photo-reconnaissance versions of the Hawker Hunter.
RED STAR SUPERFORTRESS
Vladimir Kotelnikov explains how the USSR took three force-landed B-29s and founded the nation’s strategic bomber force.
FLYING THE 'FISHBED'’’
Joe Gano from Warbirds of Delaware describes what the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 is like to fly.
COLD WAR INTERCEPTORS
Ian Black shows how the RAF rose to the challenge of keeping a watchful eye on Soviet aircraft that came too close.
FlyPast Spotlight Grumman Avenger
Museums – Hooton Park
Dave Arkle of The Aviation Collection describes the organisation’s legacy and outlines its future plans.
FlyPost and ‘Ops’ Board
Readers’ letters and dates for your diary.
Airfields – Lincolnshire
Ken Ellis takes us on a tour of Lincolnshire, outlining what remains of its extensive aviation heritage.
Visits to events at home and overseas.
Photographic memories of a 74 Squadron Press event at Coltishall in 1961.
North American Mustang.