In this final installment of what has panned out to be a year long series, Dave McDonald concludes his exhaustive survey of all known remaining examples of aircraft from the Messerschmitt family.
Issue 42 ( 2003 #4 August - September )
The Bosbok Tale
Bf109 Survivors - Part 4
National Air & Space Museum Treasures
Now that Matthew Denning's stunning Boomerang has made a triumphant return to airworthiness, we thought it a prudent time to detail the history, as well as to outline what the future holds for this stubby little fighter.
Issue 41 ( 2003 #3 June - July )
Dragon History & Surviving Specimens
The Real Aeroplane Club! Breighton U.K.
Bf109 Survivors - Part 3
Temora National Fly-in & Airshow 2003
During the early 1930's regional bus service operator Edward Hillman had established the successful 'Hillman Airways' to offer economical internal flights within Great Britain using the highly efficient DH-83 Fox Moth biplane.
Issue 40 ( 2003 #2 March - May )
Classic Fighters 2003
The Boomerang Came Back
Bf109 Survivors - Part 2
The event which first made the transformation from growing fly-in to major airshow during Easter 2001, Classic Fighters appeared on the downunder air-show scene as something of a revelation, very different from any other vintage/warbird event held in the Southern hemisphere.