Aviation Classics

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

Key Facts

Availability: News-stand
Issues / Year: 4
ISSN: xxxx-xxxx
Barcode:
First Year: 2009
Last Year: 2016
Publisher: Mortons Media Group Ltd
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English
Main Genre: history
Aviation Only? Yes
Current Status:

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Description

‘Aviation Classics’ was a series of 132 page high-quality glossy publications centred on the world’s greatest aircraft, the events in which they played crucial roles and those who flew, maintained and supported them. Each issue usually comprised an in-depth profile of a single aircraft type, although a few issues looked instead at specific aircraft companies: SAAB, Lockheed Martin and also Alenia Aermacchi, and two issues looked at aerial warfare: WW1 fighter aces, and the Battle of Britain.

Although not very original in terms of subjects, the series was well written and very well illustrated with photograohs and drawings, and generally received warm reviews.

Publishing History

First issue on sale October 2009. Published quarterly until 2016.
The editors were: Jarrod Cotter (issues 1-7) then Tim Calloway (issues 8 to 25, 27-28) and Dan Sharp (issues 26).

Contents/Issues Produced

Twenty-eight (28) issues were produced between 2009 and 2016.

Digital Access

All issues are still available in digital format from PocketMags and Zinio. 12-16 page preview versions are also available on Issuu.

Special Issues

No specials were produced under the ‘Aviation Classics’ banner, but Mortons Media continues to produce high quality bookazines on aviation subjects – see the links under Further Information. Also see the Aeroflight AvBooks database.

Further information

Magazine Exchange
AviationClassics.co.uk
PocketMags
Aviation Classics Magazine Review
Zinio
Pressreader
issuu: Mortons
issuu: Aviation Classics

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