Scramble 493 - June 2020

We managed to fill Scramble issue 493 again with 88 pages of aviation news and movements. But this time we have no less than four articles!
From the Bolivian headache-files: FAB-201 to FAB-415
Part two of this colourful series, where Erwin van Dijkman is still emerged in the quest to tie-up every single Bolivian Air Force serial ever used.
Northrop Raider
The Raider is a unique and rare aircraft. Gert-Jan Mentink takes us on a nostalgic trip down memory lane detailing its history and fates of every example built.
Wim Sonneveld used his extensive network of Cuban contacts to provide an extremely rare overview of the current line-up of the Defensa Anti-Aérea y Fuerza Aérea Revolucionaria; the Cuban Air and Defence Force. Accurate until the last week of May 2020!
Celebrate Life flight
Piet Luyken made a report of the Celebrate Life flight he performed with a formation of other historic aircraft, saluting various Dutch cities to boost our Nation’s morale.

Our monthly returning topics:

* Movements and trips of the Netherlands, Belgium & the rest of the world, both civil and military

* The latest news, both civil and military

* Updates on the world's aircraft fleets, civil and military

* Aircraft mishaps in Dustpan & Brush

* Wrecks & Relics

* Warbirds

* Scramble Intelligence Service

* Showreports

* Triptease


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