Aviation Magazines in Denmark

Introduction

This is a survey of Danish aviation, defence and aircraft scale modelling magazines. All magazines are Danish text only, unless otherwise stated.

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Cockpit (1)

[Danmarks Flyvehistoriske Selskab,  ISSN 0906-5261]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

A bi-monthly historical aviation magazine published by the Aviation History Society of Denmark (DFS).

Current


Dan-Mil

[Kurlands Forlag,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Annually

‘Dan-Mil’ was a magazine of Danish military aviation history. It appeared approximately annually between 1971 and 1983.

Ceased


DC-3 Nyt

[DC-3 Vennerne,  ISSN 1395-6620]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘DC-3 Nyt’ is a magazine published by DC-3 Vennerne (Danish Dakota Friends), which operates to keep the last Danish DC-3 flying.

Current


FEID Magasinet

[FEID,  ISSN ?]
Frequency: Quarterly

Fly Entusiaster I Danmark (Aviation Enthusiasts in Denmark) – FEID – publishes a quarterly online PDF magazine.

Current


FlyNyt

[Flyvertaktisk Kommando,  ISSN 0907-1962]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘FlyNyt’ was the official magazine of the Royal Danish Air Force between 1981 and 2003.

Ceased


Flyv

[KDA - Kongelig Dansk Aeroklub,  ISSN 0015-492X]
Frequency: Monthly

Official magazine of the Royal Danish Aero Club. Covers all aspects of flying – civil and military, Danish and international, including sporting and private flying.

Current


Flyveshistorisk Tidsskrift

[Dansk Flyvehistorisk Forening,  ISSN 0109-8306]
Frequency: Quarterly

A Danish aviation history magazine. It includes articles on old and new aircraft types, flying, biographies, museum news etc.

Current


Flyvevåbnet

[Flyvertaktisk Kommando,  ISSN ?]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Flyvevåbnet’ is the current official magazine of the Royal Danish Air Force. It includes numerous articles covering RDanAF news and the activities of its personnel.

Current


IAPA Report

[International Aviation Photographers Association,  ISSN ?]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘IAPA Report’ was published as a loose leaf A4 size pictorial magazine, covering NATO squadron aircraft in detail. Each issue comprised b+w photos of aircraft from a squadron of three different European air forces, plus a photo report on an Exercise or historical feature.

Ceased


IPMS Nyt

[IPMS Denmark,  ISSN ?]
Frequency: Quarterly

Quarterly scale plastic modelling magazine. Includes branch news and reviews, features on AFVs, ships and aircraft modelling etc.

Current


Luft- og rumfartsårbogen

[Luft- og Rumfartsforlaget,  ISSN 0108-4550]
Frequency: Annually

The title means ‘Aviation and Space Yearbook’. An annual publication that covered a wide range of aviation topics – Danish and international, civil and military, modern and historical.

Ceased


Nyt Fra Flysamlingen & Flyvemuseets Venner

[Foreningen Flyvemuseets Venner,  ISSN ?]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Nyt Fra Flysamlingen & Flyvemuseets Venner’ is the official magazine of Foreningen Flyvemuseets Venner (Association of Flight Museum’s Friends), an organisation that supports several aviation museums in Denmark. Members receive NYT magazine three times a year..

Current


Oscar Yankee

[KZ Veteranfly Klubben,  ISSN 1603-0494]
Frequency: Quarterly

A magazine published by the KZ and Vintage Aircraft Club. It brings articles and photos of interest to vintage aircraft owners and amateur builders.

Current


Propel

[Flyvevåbnets Soldaterforening (FSF),  ISSN 0033-1279]
Frequency: Monthly

A popular general interest magazine during the 1980s and 1990s, but now mainly focuses on the activities of the FSF.

Current


Tinbox magazine

[Tinbox Gruppe,  ISSN ?]
Frequency: Quarterly

The magazine ‘Tinbox’ was born in 1975 as the first Danish magazine that focused exclusively on military aviation. It survived until 1979, before becoming a supplement to the official RDanAF magazine ‘FlyNyt’.

Ceased


Veteranfly Klubben

[KZ Veteranfly Klubben,  ISSN ?]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Veteranfly Klubben’ was the official magazine of the KZ and Vintage Aircraft Club (KZ Veteranfly Klubben). In 2002 it was renamed ‘Oscar Yankee’.

Ceased



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