Latest Issue: September 2015
The important role played by the B-52 in the Vietnam War’s Linebacker II campaign is outlined by Philip Chinnery.
Richard Paver goes air-to-air with Spitfire IX TD314 and speaks to Aero Legends’ boss Keith Perkins.
Tom Spencer details the use of English Electric Canberras by the Royal Australian Air Force in Vietnam.
As it enters its final months of flight, Avro Vulcan B.2 XH558 made a special ‘Salute to the V-Force’ tour around the UK.
BATTLE OF BRITAIN 75
A SPECIAL SECTION TO MARK THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RAF’S VITAL TRIUMPH OVER THE LUFTWAFFE.
An overview of the Battle of Britain.
The Historic Aircraft Collection has repainted its Hawker Hurricane as a tribute to the Polish pilots of 1940.
ONE OF THE FEW
Chris Goss describes how one brave pilot graduated from flying Gloster biplanes to Spitfires in a matter of days.
FLYING FOR THE FÜHRER
The story of Hans Ohly, a Luftwaffe Bf 109 pilot who flew in the Battle of Britain.
ARC boss John Romain discusses the Blenheim’s less celebrated role in 1940, with air-to-air photography from John Dibbs.
Spotlight: Lockheed Constellation
Origin and History
We recount the graceful airliner’s history.
Inside the Connie
Cutaway artwork of an L-1049C Super Constellation.
Men Behind the Connie
Warren E Thompson talks to Lt ‘Bud’ Horn, a ‘Weather Birds’ crewman, about the times they brought back life-saving data.
Constellation in Profile
Pete West artwork of a presidential aircraft.
Philip Chinnery describes how military versions of the Super Constellation were used in Vietnam.
We profile the trio of survivors on display at Pima Air & Space Museum
The latest books, watches, clothing and other aviation-related products receive the FlyPast verdict.
FlyPost and ‘Ops’ Board
Readers’ letters and dates for your diary.
Visits to major events at home and abroad, including Duxford’s Flying Legends.
Graham Pitchfork profiles Alan Jerrard, the only Sopwith Camel pilot to receive the VC.
A look back at the Harrier ‘jump jet’ and its involvement in a transatlantic air race.
The Way We Were
Andy Thomas reflects on the history of the RAF’s 32 Squadron.
De Havilland Sea Vixen.