North West Air News

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Magazine Data

Availability: Regional Society           Issues per Year: 12
ISSN: xxxx-xxxx           Barcode:
First Year: 1986           Last Year: current

Publisher: Air-Britain (Merseyside)
Country: United Kingdom         Language: English

Main Genre: spotters
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes

Status: Current

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Founded in 1986 after the demise of the Merseyside Aviation Society, ‘North West Air News’ is monthly magazine focusing on aviation in the Merseyside area, but with excellent coverage of the rest of the UK. The regular sections are as follows: UK REGISTER REVIEW – additions and cancellations to the UK & Ireland civil registers; BRITISH MADE – provides news and views affecting the British Aviation Industry; CORPORATE NEWS – Biz-Jets news; AIRLINE NEWS – latest news from the UK and International airline scene; PENSIONED & PRESERVED – all the latest gen from museums, restoration sites and fire-dumps throughout the country. There are also updates on foreign sites as and when information becomes available; MANCHESTER MOVEMENTS – all the latest from this expanding International Airport; AVIATION NORTHWEST – regular reports from various other airfields in our region; OUT & ABOUT CIVIL – compilation of interesting visitors to civil airfields throughout the UK; OUT & ABOUT MILITARY – comings and goings at UK military airfields; LIVERPOOL AIRPORT REVIEW and LOG – all the happenings at Liverpool over the previous month and provides an in-depth account of all the comings-and-goings at the airport.
At the beginning of 1997 the format was changed to an A5 magazine, and in 2003 an all-colour cover was introduced. The magazine is illustrated with a number of b+w photographs.

Further information: The Registrar (NWAN), 50 Rathmore Road, Oxton, Prenton, MERSEYSIDE, CH43 2HF. website: NWAN

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  1. Very interesting to read this article I personally as a young man went to the aviation society building socially on the Saturday evening I think it was a small hut on the far side of the old airfield has a lovely bar and very relaxing atmosphere great views across the airfield good memories

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