Articles from the latest issue in digital format
The 2009 Libyan Aviation Exhibition was intended to demonstrate a thawing of Tripoli’s once frosty relationship with The West. It wasn’t to be. Within 18 months, Libya had descended into the first of two bloody civil wars. Ralf Kurz looks back at LAVEX 2009
The Royal Canadian Air Force’s Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment is Canada’s answer to what was the UK’s Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment. Peter R Foster recounts two visits to the Cold Lake-based unit
The RAF’s Supermarine Spitfires wore a wide variety of camouflage schemes which illustrate how single-seat fighter camouflage evolved considerably between 1938 and the immediate post-war period. Paul E Eden examined the subject in the March 2013 issue of Aviation News.
Barry Ambrose heads to the New Mexico desert to explore the Roswell International Air Center
Leonard van den Broek spoke to test pilot Dan Griffith, who has overseen the 1930’s Dutch fighter’s test flying programme
For the first time in more than 70 years, there is a flying Fokker D.XXI in the Netherlands. Leonard van den Broek speaks to those behind the project