Neue Flieger Revue

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For a short time between 1995 and 1997, ‘Neue Flieger Revue’ was the official organ of the Österreichischer Aero-Club. Each issue featured 82 pages and included feature articles on sport flying, gliding, parachuting etc.

Further information:
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O.F.H. Nachrichten

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‘O.F.H. Nachrichten’ is a quarterly magazine produced by the Oesterreichische Flugzeug Historisker (Austrian Aircraft Historians). It exclusively concentrates on the history of civil and military aviation in Austria. It therefore includes news about vintage and museum aircraft, features on aircraft types used in Austria – complete with markings drawings and registration listings, and articles on events in Austrian aviation history.

Further information:
Oesterreichische Flugzeug Historisker

Skyrevue

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Subtitled Das Osterreichische Flugmagazin. Glossy bi-monthly magazine first published in early 2004. ‘Skyrevue’ is the only current Austrian flight magazine. It is the official organ of the Austrian Aero Club and dedicates itself to all aviation and flight topics: general aviation, private powered flight, scheduled and charter traffic, military flight, public service flight, airplane letting and repair, gliding, parachuting, ballooning, hang-gliding as well as aeromodelling.

Further information:
Skyrevue
back issues

IPMS Venezuela En Accion

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First published March 1998. Official magazine of the Venezuelan branch of the International Plastic Modelling Society. Bi-monthly publication with news from the world of plastic modelling, IPMS and branch activities and feature articles. One page of colour illustrations in each issue. The website showed only 10 issues, so publication probably ceased with the October 1999 issue.

South Pacific Aviation

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Published on behalf of the Fiji-based organisation Association of South Pacific Airlines (ASPA). Quarterly magazine intended as a voice for communicating and promoting air travel to and between the South Pacific islands. Volume 6 No.1 was published in 2003. The magazine ceased publishing in 2006.

Aviation and Safety

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Published 11 times a year, ‘Aviation and Safety’ claimed to be the “Cover to Cover magazine”. Aimed at student, private, charter and “wannabe” pilots, the publication was also pitched at flight instructors. The magazine covered international news and local events and contained pilot profiles and piloting features with an emphasis on safety and training. The magazine’s writing style was at times lively, although somewhat let down by poor layout and photography.

The magazine was run by a regional airline pilot, Gary Wiblin, and was based in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The combined December 2010 and January 2011 issue, number 67, was 48 pages. The magazine was sold via subscription and nationwide newsagents and supermarkets. The last issue was number 69.

Further information:
Aviation and Safety
Aviation & Safety Magazine turns off the motor

Global Aviator

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Published 11 times a year, ‘Global Aviator’ is Africa’s latest aviation publication. Run by the successful ex-owner of ‘SA Flyer’ magazine, ‘Global Aviator’ is pitched at the “industry”, airline and military reader and advertiser. Air Force subjects are written about extensively. Also covering some historical and private aviation topics, the magazine is nicely laid out using top quality images by well-known photographer, Frans Dely, who is also a business partner.

Launched in 2009, in glossy printed form, the magazine is sold via high street bookstores in South Africa and has become extremely successful worldwide as an electronic download.

Further information:
Global Aviator

Scale Dimensions

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Quarterly scale plastic modelling magazine. First published in late 1980 as the official magazine of IPMS New Zealand. In late 1995/early 1996 it became the magazine of IPMS Auckland. It included kit reviews, super detailing, ships, vehicles, model soldiers and aviation features. Each issue included an instalment of ‘Aircraft of the RNZAF’ looking at the colour schemes and markings of aircraft in New Zealand service. The magazine had ceased publication by 1999.

[*] Contents Listing, Vol.1 No.1 – Vol.6 No.3

Royal New Zealand Air Force News

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The official journal and forum of the Royal New Zealand Air force established for the information, education and enjoyment of its personnel and other people interested in RNZAF and associated matters. Published monthly. Issue 39 was dated July 2003. 40 pages in each issue..

Further information: Air Staff, NZDF, Private Bag, Wellington, NZ. Tel: (04) 496 0289, Fax:(04) 496 0290. Website: Air Force News