|Aeroplane Monthly Magazine’s October 2002 issue reproduces three of our Photographs on the Messerschmitt Bf-109 from Gulbarga.
In addition, we have been prominently linked from their website for the web exclusive story of the aircraft.
|Air International Magazine Nov 2002 issue carried a news report and photograph of a Su-30MKI sent by Warbirds of India Co-Webbie Kapil Chandni. The photograph was submitted via Simon Watson of Wingman Aviation.
|Aeroplane Monthly Magazine Sept 2002 issue carried a mention of Warbirdsofindia.com. The monthly column ‘Contact!’ by Paul Coggan mentions the discovery of various warbirds in India. Paul was gracious enough to write about WoI as a ‘wonderful internet resource’.
“….India has yielded several interesting airframes over the years. Ormond Haydon-Baillie and the larger-than-life Doug Arnold, both Warbird pioneers, retrieved Spitfires ….. More recently,the subcontinent revealed a rare Hawker Hurricane MkI that Peter Vacher now has under restoration. The latest news comes from Jagan and Kapil’s wonderful internet resource www.warbirdsofindia.com. Jagan recently… Click on Image on right to read
|Flypast Magazine Feb 2002 issue has a suplement for Airworthy Spitfires of the word and has some rare photographs of Ex-IAF Spitfires in the derelict condition in which they were recovered for restoration.
|Daniel Ford , an Aviation Writer has compiled the history of the Flying Tigers earlier. “Remains” is a fictional account of a Flying Tiger during the Japanese invasion of Burma in 1942. When the hero of this fictional book wants to take a ride to the Rangoon airfield during the Invasion, he can find only one Lysander pilot who will take him to the place he wanted to. Sqn Ldr K K Jumbo Majumdar!
|Aeroplane Monthly Magazine March 2002 issue has published a two page spread on some Gate guardians in Pakistan. The Photo feature is by Paul Harrison.
|Flypast Magazine February 2002 issue has published a picture of MiG-21 U-660 sent by Warbirds of India webmaster Jagan. The Magazine also published a small writeup of the aircraft.