Aeroplane Monthly 1980-05
The Imperial War Museum’s Boeing B-29A, 461748, arrives at Duxford on March 2, 1980.
Bundesmarine Starfighter 2225 of MFG1, based at Schleswig, at Yeovilton on August 3, 1979, shortly before its fatal crash.
The fine study of four Corsairs in echelon features, front to rear, FG-1D "KD658” of the Canadian Warplane Heritage, F4U-4 NX68HP owned by Howard Pardue, F4U-4 N5215V Angel of Okinawa owned by Merle Gustafson, and FG-1D N62290 of the Confederate Air Force.
The Hispano HA-1112 belonging to Bill Harrison of the Confederate Air Force, the day before it was written off in a landing accident.
An unconventional formation shot by JIM LARSEN, depicting the inverted Sorrell Hiperbipe SNS-7 N774HB, flown by Mark Sorrell, in company with US Marine Corps AV-8A Harrier 158963 near Seattle, Washington, in July 1979.
Tony Haig-Thomas' D.H.60G Gipsy Moth is the aircraft to be used for Shuttleworth Hangar Appeal flights.