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History in the Air Since 1911

With a focus on iconic military aircraft from the 1930s to the 1960s such as the Spitfire, Hurricane, and Lancaster, Aeroplane magazine also regularly includes fascinating features on historic civil light aircraft and other types that are scarcely covered elsewhere – making it the most balanced historic aviation monthly on the market, and a must-read for all aviation enthusiasts.

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PIONEERS: 1910 London-Manchester race

The cries of excited onlookers at Pytha Fold
Farm near Burnage said it all...

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DATABASE: Saab 37 Viggen In Service

The Viggen was very advanced when it entered service...

de Havilland 100: Making of the Moth

First flown five years into the life of Geoffrey de Havilland’s eponymous
company...

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Aeroplane September 2020

Welcome to Aeroplane September 2020

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WORKSHOP: The Race Is On...

…to complete a replica of the 1927 Schneider Trophy-winning Supermarine S5...

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Battle of Britain at 80: Destroying the Destroyers

The only Messerschmitt Bf 110 unit flying with Luftflotte 5 in Norway...

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Battle of Britain at 80: The Many Behind the Few

Britain’s aircraft factories, another ‘front line’ of the battle, braved the threat
of enemy attack...

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AEROPLANE MEETS... Mike Searle

He flew the last airworthy Sunderland, he raced a Spitfire...

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Battle of Britain at 80: Pick Your Battle

The Battle of Britain that ended up being fought bore little relation...

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Battle of Britain at 80: Why no Whirlwind?

"I cannot carry any passengers.".That was the damning assessment of ACM Sir Hugh Dowding...