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FlyPast magazine is internationally regarded as THE magazine for aviation history and heritage. Having pioneered coverage of this fascinating world of 'living history' since 1980, FlyPast still leads the field today to bring you the latest news and best heritage aviation features every month.

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One man's love for the CAP 10B, a Mexican dream...

It might have needed a good clean, but Stu Goldspink knew it was love at first sight when he laid eyes on this former Mexican Air Force CAP 10B...

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DISTINGUISHED FLYING MEDAL FRED FRAY

Graham Pitchfork relates the flying exploits of ex-Halton apprentice Fred Fray...

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FlyPast's Top Picks!

FlyPast reviews our pick of the things to spend your money on...

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The nocturnal Kiwi ace

Andrew Thomas uncovers the night-fighting career of Flt Lt Ken ‘Chunky’ Stewart RNZAF

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The incredible exploits of Oscar Garden

Having detailed her father Oscar’s groundbreaking journey from England to Australia in the March 2020 issue of FlyPast, Mary Garden describes the aviator’s flying exploits across Africa and the Middle East

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One Spitfire's illustrious life story

The number of surviving Spitfire Mk.Vs is minute. Allan Vogel explores the history of one example, BL688, while Mark Parnall, CEO of the Parnall Group, reveals how his firm is striving to make this same aircraft airworthy

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The many faces of the Mustang

Mustangs with Allison powerplants were far more successful and widely used than their current reputation suggests, as Malcolm V Lowe reveals...

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The first flight off a ship deck

American pilot Eugene Ely made aviation history by becoming the first man to land on and take off from the deck of a ship. He later received the distinguished flying cross...

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FlyPost

Reader comment, events and more FlyPost, PO Box 100,...

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News from the World of Aviation Heritage

Steve Beebee and Jamie Ewan bring readers this month's aviation heritage news...