FlyPast is Britain's biggest selling monthly aviation magazine, and is internationally renowned for its comprehensive coverage of historic aircraft and flying heritage.
Each month, FlyPast brings you the latest from the warbird preservation movement, as well as documenting wartime experiences, squadron histories and personal testimonies from those who flew in World War One (WW1), World War Two (WW2) and the Cold War. As well as a comprehensive news section, FlyPast takes an in-depth look at such types as the Supermarine Spitfire, Hawker Hurricane and Avro Lancaster, as well as similarly iconic US machines like the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and North American P-51 Mustang. Our coverage is backed up by stunning air-to-air photography by the best in the business, with recent exclusives including the last airworthy Avro Vulcan and a recently restored de Havilland Mosquito.
Including nostalgic reflections on various RAF units, visits to aviation-themed museums around the world, and reports from airshows (including those at Duxford and overseas), FlyPast is an essential read for any historic aviation enthusiast. With future issues set to commemorate important anniversaries (such as the centenary of the Great War and 70 years since D-Day), the magazine incorporates up-to-the-minute coverage of events both recent and long distant.
Two of the Cold War era ground-attack aircraft at Newark Air Museum, have migrated into new locations on the museum’s Southfield Site in eastern Nottinghamshire.
Stallion 51 Flight Operations in partnership with Mercy Flight Southeast is raffling off a chance to fly in one of the two dual cockpit-dual control P-51 Mustangs.
The last two Lancaster bombers still flying in the world will come together in a series of events this summer, in a meeting unlikely to happen ever again.
Here’s a few a few photos of Supermarine Spitfire SM845 taken at Duxford on February 21.
The Spitfire that flew in the films Pearl Harbour and Battle of Britain is currently undergoing a £300,000 restoration project at The Shuttleworth Collection in Bedfordshire.
Nineteen years after it first flew into the Air and Space Hall of the Museum of Science and Industry, the Spitfire Fighter Reconnaissance aircraft is being returned to the Royal Air Force Museum London for a special exhibition.
The Hawker-Siddeley Kestrel FGA.1 is going on public display at the Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford.
The winning images from the 2012 Royal Air Force Photographic Competition will be on view to members of the public at the Royal Air Force Museum London’s Colindale site from 14th January 2014.
Later this year the Newark Air Museum is hosting its fourth (4th) Tribute to the V-Force event, which is taking place on Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 May, 2014.
Seven Short Lives: Pro Libertate by S B Potter, Tucann Books, 280pp, sbk, illus, £12
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