FLYPAST. NO. 33. APRIL 1984. (FLY PAST.)


68 pp, 11 11/16" H, soft cover (magazine format, stapled in wraps). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, 4 pages color. Contents: FlyPast Tours; Type Report (Mosquito and Tiger Moth); Carvair Survivors (two Carvairs in Hawaii); Spitfire Reu nion (an RAF pilot reunited with the Mk VIII Spitfire he last flew in 1945); Aviation Museums of the World (Hungary); Presevation Project (Meteor F.8 WK914); Air Show '84; Airfield Archaeology (USAF base, Deenethorpe, Northants.); A Pilot' s D i a r y ( e xcerpts from WW2 Sergeant Pilot's diary); Junker recovery (crashed German bomber); Saving a Typhoon (from Pagham Harbour); Benoist Anniversary (70th anniversary flight of world's first scheduled airline service); Preservation News; T h e Ba tt le o f t he Heligoland Bight (1939); Aviation Archaeology (wrecks). Interior - minor browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear to covers, light wear on spine, very lig ht ru bb ing on re ar co ver , s mall ghost sticker mark on front cover with slight glue residue, small corner crease on front cover, light browning to edges of textblock. Very Good

Title: FLYPAST. NO. 33. APRIL 1984. (FLY PAST.)

Author Name: Twite, Mike, ed. (John Wegg, Bob Ogden, Ken Ellis, David Smith, Andy Saunders, Phillipa Hodgkiss, Bob Warters, John Foreman, Peter Moran.)

Categories: Military - Aviation,

Publisher: Key, Stamford, Lincs., 1984.:

Seller ID: 17238

Keywords: Mosquito, Tiger Moth, Carvair, Spitfire, Mk VIII, RAF, Pilots, Hungary, Meteor F.8 WK914, USAF base, Deenethorpe, WWII, Diaries, Junkers, Bombers, Typhoon, Pagham Harbour, Airline services, Heligoland Bight, Wrecks.,