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Air Mail News N° 240 - February 2018

- Peter Wingent : "Raid Samat, November 1933"

- Richard Saundry : "The Puzzling World of Air Parcel Cards"

- Robert Clark : "The Horseshoe Route from the United Kingdom : October 1941 - January 1942"

- Editor's Postscript : "Some FAM-4 First Flight Covers"


Air Mail News N° 239 - November 2017

- Editorial : "Attendance at BAMS Meetings"

- Robert Clark : "Flown from the UK to New Zealand via the USA in July-August 1940"

- Richard Saundry : "Romanian Transatlantic Air Mails during World War II"

- Brian Asquith : "China National Aviation Corporation : Attempted Canton-Fort Bayard-Hanoi Route to connect with Air France Services to Europe"

- David Collyer : "Horseshoe Route Disruption - Iraq, May-June 1941"

- Richard Saundry : "Mail launched by Catapult from the S.S.'Ile de France' towards New York in August 1928

- Brian Asquith : "A BAMS Member's Eyewitness Account of Thai Airways Crash at Kai Tak, Hong Kong, 30 June 1928"

- Editor's Postscript : "Lindbergh-flown registered cover from Sto. Domingo. D.R. to Havana, Cuba


Air Mail News N° 237 - May 2017

- Obituary : Edward Wilfred Baxby "Ted" Proud

- Francis J. Field's Little Trademark / Peter Wingent

- Australian Air Mail across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, 1937-1945 / Laurence Kimpton
-- -- Part 3 : Mail by Sea and Air to Europe, 1942-1944
-- -- Mail via Trans-Pacific Military Services, 1942-1945

- Some FAM-18 First Flight Covers of Character / Richard Saundry

- An April 1945 Registered Air Mail Letter from ölish Forces in Italy / Richard Beith


Air Mail News N° 236 - February 2017

- Editorial : Concerning the Future, or Non-Future of our Hobby

- Wartime Air Mail Rates from Brazil - part 1 : 1933-1934 / John Wilson

- "Mercury" Re-Visited / Bill Trower

- A Second Rare Aquila Airways Crash Cover Discovered / Ken Sanford

- Cover : Switzerland to the Philippines in 1941 / Richard Saundry

- Ligne Mermoz Flights 3A and 3B : Mail from the First Round Trip of the "Croix-du-Sud" / Dan Gribbin