Tinbox magazine

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Tinbox was a group united by a common interest in Danish military aviation. The group started in 1975 at the release of the magazine of the same name. The group composition varied over the years, but the focus was always on publishing information about Danish military aviation.

The magazine ‘Tinbox’ was born in 1975 as the first Danish magazine that focused exclusively on military aviation. The magazine was quickly recognized as a well-written and serious magazine, so it was for many a great regret that the editors had to shut down after only four and a half years, in 1979. The magazine had been produced purely as a hobby, and eventually proved too much of a task to continue. Each issue of the A4-size magazine had 4-6 feature articles within its 24 pages, and was illustrated with b+w photos.

With official RDanAF assistance, the magazine was revived in late 1981 under the title ‘Tinbox-tillaegget’ (Tinbox Supplement). This was a lower-cost publication, produced as a supplement within the offical RDanAF magaine ‘FlyNyt’. The quarterly production rate began to slow down in 1993 and ceased altogether in 1995. Each issue had 6-14 pages printed on newsprint quality paper, illustrated with b+w photos.

The group also produced 3 books in the “-1½” series, between 1982 and 1998, covering the F-100, F-104 and F-35 Draken and an updated F-100 title in 2000.

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Tinbox

FEID Magasinet

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Fly Entusiaster I Danmark (Aviation Enthusiasts in Denmark) – FEID – is an association for aircraft enthusiasts which operates on a voluntary basis. The main objective of the association is to share information on aviation between the members. The association is primarily aimed at military operations, but also reports on civil things to the extent that members send them to the association.

FEID publishes a quarterly online PDF magazine called ‘FEID Magasinet’ which contains articles on base visits, unit visits, open days, air show reports etc. Each issue has 56-66 pages with about 6-8 feature articles, all illustrated with superb colour photos – many taking up a two-page spread.

Further information:
FIED
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Flyvevåbnet

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‘Flyvevåbnet’ is the current official magazine of the Royal Danish Air Force. The magazine is aimed at serving air force personel and includes numerous articles covering RDanAF news and the activities of its personnel.

It is an A4 size publication with 40 pages in each issue, illustrated with colour photos on every page.

Further information:
Publikationer
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FlyNyt

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‘FlyNyt’ was the official magazine of the Royal Danish Air Force between 1981 and 2003. The magazine was aimed at serving air force personel and included numerous short articles covering RDanAF news and the activities of its personnel.

Each issue was A4 size with either 34 or 48 pages, illustrated with many b+w photos and some colour photos. In 2003 this magazine was replaced by ‘Flyvevåbnet’ magazine.

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Fly Nyt artikler

Veteranfly Klubben

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Description

‘Veteranfly Klubben’ was the official magazine of the KZ and Vintage Aircraft Club (KZ Veteranfly Klubben). The KZ series of Danish designed and built aircraft has many examples still flying.

The quarterly club magazine brought articles and photos of interest to vintage aircraft owners and amateur builders. An annually issued list of members also included a register of all vintage aircraft in Denmark along with a list of ongoing restoration and building projects, and the club members’ own vintage aircraft and home-builts.

With effect from the 4/2002 issue the official club magazine ‘Veteranfly Klubben’ was renamed ‘Oscar Yankee’.

Publishing History

First issue numbered 1/1969. Published quarterly until issue 3/2002, after which it was renamed.br>
The editor was Lisbeth Seemann.

Contents/Issues Produced

See the KZ Club website.

Digital Access

Digital versions of all back issues are available as freely downloadable PDFs from the KZ Club website.

Special Issues

No special issues were produced.

Further information

[No WorldCat entry]
KZ and Vintage Aircraft Club: back issues
Back issues on Yumpu

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Mundo Aeronautico

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‘Mundo Aeronautico’ (or World Aviation), was the first magazine dedicated to aviation in Latin America. It was launched by Mr. Francisco Cortegoso in June, 1932. The magazine covered aviation, gliding and aeromodelling. It carried the subtitle Una Revista Aeronautica Universal.

The magazine was initially very successful, and reached issue 140 in 1946, but seems to have closed down not long afterwards.

Further information:
TBA

Aeronave

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‘Aeronave’ was a general interest magazine that appeared in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The title means Aircraft.

Launched in 1946, the magazine suffered from irregular publication and ceased production circa late 1951. It appears to have started off bi-monthly, before switching to monthly and finally to quarterly.

Further information:
No source known.

Master en Modelismo

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‘Master en Modelismo’ (i.e. Master Modeller) was a general interest scale modelling magazine published in the mid 1980s. It covered a wide range of topics from army uniforms, to AFVs and aircraft.

Each issue was A4 size, with xx pages, illustrated with photographs, colour drawings and scale drawings. No source known.

Volando

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Description

‘Volando’ was a general interest magazine from the 1950s. The title translates as Flying. The subtitle ‘Aeromodelismo Aviación Volovelismo’ outlined the scope of the magazine – Aeromodelling, Aviation and Gliding. Each issue had 28 pages and was illustrated with b+w photographs and diagrams. Very little else is known about this title.

Publishing History

The magazine was published between about 1954 and 1955.
The editor is unknown.

Contents/Issues Produced

To be added.

Digital Access

No digital versions of back issues appear to be available.

Special Issues

No special issues were produced.

Further information

[No WorldCat entry]

Cover Gallery

To be added.
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