Business & Commercial Aviation

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Availability: Subscription           Issues per Year: 12
ISSN: 0191-4642           Barcode:
First Year: 1975           Last Year: current

Publisher: Aviation Week
Country: United States         Language: English

Main Genre: civil
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes

Status: Current

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‘Business & Commercial Aviation’ is the world’s leading publication of hands-on and how-to information for pilot safety, proficiency, and flight department management. Targeted at the corporate or general aviation operator, B/CA’s mission is to provide readers with vital information that will help them operate aircraft with greater safety, efficiency and effectiveness. A strong editorial focus on “How To” operations and management information is coupled with extensive monthly coverage of current industry news.

The magazine started in 1965 under the title ‘Commercial Aviation’. In 1975 it was taken over by the Ziff-Davis Group and renamed ‘Business & Commercial Aviation’. The title was sold to the Aviation Week Group in the 1990s. Volume 74 began with January 1994. Also associated with the ISSN 0007-6570.

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  1. To The Editors,
    I have a September 1966 issue of Business & Commercial Aviation. The publishing history & information printed therein differs from that which you’ve described here. Please find excerpt below:

    “Aviation Operations Magazine & Aviation Service Magazine are combined with Business & Commercial Aviation Magazine. All rights to the names Aviation Operations Magazine & Aviation Service Magazine are reserved by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company. BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL AVIATION, September 1966. Vol. 19, No. 3, is published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company at One Park Avenue, New York, New York 10016.”

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