Peter Clark looks at the Airbus Industrie's plans to build the biggest civil airliner yet.
Fitted to such beautiful aircraft as the P-51D Mustang and the Spitfire Mk XVI, the Packard-Merlin is a classic example of the superiority of American aircraft engine production during WWII. By Maurice Hendry.
Neville Dawson profiles Australia's No 3 Squadron, RAAF, and the F/A-18 Hornets they fly - an aircraft that typically owns the sky below 300 knots.
Robyn Harris, a relatively new PPL, describes her record setting flight from Kerikeri to Paraparaumu in a Cessna 172.
The International Airshow '98 at UK's largest grass air field, Middle Wallop, was a wet and muddy affair, but that didn't stop a multitude of aircraft and spectators attending the show. Report by Peter Cooper.