Фото из журналов
Photos from magazines
Aeroplane Monthly 1980-07
De Havilland D.H.60G Moth CF-AAA /Preservation Profile/
B.Gunston - Short's Stop-Gap Bomber
D.Brown - Southern Martlet /British pre-war ultralights/
H.Levy, R.Riding - Burnelli's Lifting Fuselages (5)
H.Scanlan - Handling the Harvard
M.O'Leary - Iraqi Fury
R.Gillman - Pilot's progress (3)
R.Williams - Siskin Successor
Black Beaufighter TT 10 RD867 was given to Canada's National Aeronautical Collection by the RAF in exchange for a Bolingbroke in 1969.
Bristol Beaufighter -
BCAL pilot Bernie Sedgwick flying the Strathallan Collection's Lysander G-AZWT/V9441 near Auchterarder on May 25, 1980.
Westland Lysander -
On May 25, 1980 Shuttleworth's Hawker Hind came out of doors at Old Warden for the first time in ten years. Engine runs should begin late summer.
Hawker Hind -
The Ryan PT-22 owned by Hillary Mitchell, wife of Bob Mitchell, made its public debut at Old Warden on May 25, 1980.
Ryan ST / PT-22 Recruit -
Hunting Percival Provost T.Mk I G-AWVF is now based at White Waltham and wears military markings as XF877.
Hunting Percival Provost / P.56 -
Another fare-paying passenger prepares for a flight in Tony Haig-Thomas’ D.H.60 Moth as part of the Aeroplane Monthly Shuttleworth hangar appeal. There's still time for you to occupy that front seat.
De Havilland Gipsy Moth / Moth X -