Jets Monthly

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Key Facts

Availability: News-stand
Issues / Year: 12
ISSN: 2045-6490
Barcode: 9-772045-649001
First Year: 2011
Last Year: 2012
Publisher: Kelsey Publishing Group
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English
Main Genre: General Interest
Aviation Only? Yes
Current Status: Ceased

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Description

‘Jets Monthly’ focused on our civil aviation heritage from the 1950s onwards, reflecting the birth of jet-engined aircraft and the subsequent dominance of our skies. Aside from iconic civil planes such as Concorde, the magazine also looked at memorable military jets such as the Harrier and Hunter.

Each issue contained the very latest jet-related news, as well as features examining in-depth some of the most astonishing and elegant aircraft to have ever streaked across the sky. ‘Jets Monthly’ covered both modern and historical jets, giving equal space to both, and featured significant coverage of military jet aircraft from the present and the past. This magazine also covered preservation and restoration, as well as comparisons between classics, reports ‘From the Cockpit’ and featured some excellent photography.

After the August 2012 issue the magazine became bi-monthly, dropping the ‘Monthly’ from the title and continuing just as ‘Jets‘.

Publishing History

First issue dated March 2011. Published monthly until issue No.18 (August 2012), after which it became the bi-monthly ‘Jets’.
The editor was Steve Bridgewater.

Contents/Issues Produced

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Digital Access

Some digital back issues are still available on Pocketmags.

Special Issues

No special issues were produced.

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