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VFR Arrival Procedures for Oshkosh
24
Oshkosh Fly-In, Oshkosh (Wis.) (Airports)
New GPS Developments Dominate Avionics Convention
26
Aircraft Electronics Association, Global Positioning System (Aviation use)
Flight Tests Proving Saab 2000 Will be the Highest-performing Turboprop Commuter Yet
28
Saab-Scania AB, Turboprop airplanes (Testing)
PS Engineering Builds Versatile Intercoms
32
Intercom systems, Airplanes (Radio equipment)
European Correspondence
48
Celestin Adolphe Pegoud (French aviator.), Petr Nikolaevich Nesterov (Russian aviator.); d. 1914, Stunt flying (History)
How to Help Get that New Certificate Fast
78
United States Federal Aviation Administration, Air pilots (Licenses)
Pilots Still in Awe of Doolittle's Raiders
82
James Harold Doolittle; 1896-1993, World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations), Tokyo (Japan) (History, Bombardment, 1942)
S-76C and A109K2 in the Air
92
Helicopters (Rating)
Commander Comeback: the 114B is Here
98
Commander Aircraft (Firm), Turboprop airplanes (Rating), Airplanes, Business (Rating), Commander airplanes
Lycoming's New Customers
126
Textron Inc, Airplane industry (Customer relations), Airplane engines (Maintenance and repair)

Big-screen Viewing with Digital C7A SkyMap
58
Computer maps, Aviation charts, Aviation (Computer use)
Evolution Packs Flight-planning Power in a Hand-held
60
Handheld computers, Flight planning
Young Eagles
64
Experimental Aircraft Association, Children and aviation
By Jove
66
Aviation (Storm hazards, Accidents)
Wake Watching
72
Wakes (Aerodynamics), Vortex motion
Groundbound Blues
128
Private flying
Strange Flights
130
Air pilots (Humor, satire, etc), Aviation (History, Humor, satire, etc)
Waiting One Out
132
Aviation (Storm hazards), Radar meteorology, Airplanes, Jet (Take-off)
Obituary
134
John Thorp; 1912-1992
Mag Drop Decision
138
Airplane engines (Failure, Mags), Aviation (Fog hazards)

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