Aviation Magazines in Malta

Introduction

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

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Air Forces International

[Modelaid International Publications,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Air Forces International’ was a monthly military aviation magazine with a strong scale modelling emphasis.

Ceased


Airlines International

[Modelaid International Publications,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Airlines International’ was a civil airliner magazine with a strong emphasis on scale modelling.

Ceased


Malta FlyPast

[Malta Aviation Museum Foundation,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Annually

‘Malta FlyPast’ is an annual publication from the Malta Aviation Museum Foundation.

Current


Modelaid International

[Modelaid International Publications,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Modelaid International’ was a scale plastic modelling magazine, with the majority of it’s contents devoted to aircraft markings and close-up details.

Ceased


Sky Warriors

[Modelaid International Publications,  ISSN 0961-5377]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Sky Warriors’ was a re-vamped version of ‘Air Forces International’ with improved quality printing and more colour illustrations. It covered a wide range of vintage and modern military aviation topics.

Ceased


Take Off (5)

[Malta Aviation Society,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Take Off’ was the official magazine of the Malta Aviation Society, featuring the Malta aviation scene, Luqa movements, photo page, feature articles etc.

Current


Windsock

[Malta Aviation Museum Foundation,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Windsock’ is the official quarterly magazine of the Malta Aviation Museum Foundation. It informs members about the latest news from the Museum.

Current



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