Aviation Magazines in Norway

Introduction

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

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Aeroplanet

[Norsk Luftseiladsforening,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Aeroplanet’ (Aeroplane) was one of the earliest aviation magazines in Norway. Published for the first time on 1 November 1918 it appeared monthly until the early 1920s.

Ceased


Cockpit Forum

[Norsk Flygerforbund,  ISSN 0332-9798]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

Bi-monthly magazine of the Norwegian Airline Pilots Association – Norsk Flygerforbund (NF).

Ceased


Fly – Norsk tidsskrift for flyvning

[Norsk Aero Klubb,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Fly. Norsk tidsskrift for flyvning’ was a popular flying magazine from the 1930s.

Ceased


Flyhistorie

[Norsk Luftfartsmuseum ,  ISSN 1891-1048]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Flyhistorie’ is a high quality full colour aviation history magazine, focusing mainly on aviation in Norway.

Current


Flynytt

[Norges Luftsportforbund,  ISSN 0332-6934]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Flynytt’ is the General Aviation magazine for Norway. it covers all aspects of private flying in Norway.

Current


Limtuben

[IPMS Norway,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

Magazine of IPMS Norway. The member’s journal Limtuben (“Tube of Glue”) has been published quarterly since 1975.

Current


Luftens Helter

[Bladkompaniet,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Luftens Helter’ (Air Heroes) was a popular aviation magazine from the 1950s. Aimed at younger readers, it mainly focused on exciting true-life stories from World war Two.

Ceased


Luftseilads

[Norsk Luftseiladsforening,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Luftseilads’ was the official journal of the Norsk Luftseiladsforening (Norwegian Aeronautical Association) between 1910 and 1914.

Ceased


Luftwaffe SIG Journal

[IPMS Norway,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Irregular

Journal of the IPMS Special Interest Group dedicated to the history of the Luftwaffe in Norway 1940-45.

Ceased


MilitærTeknikk

[Norsk Militærteknisk Forlag,  ISSN 0806-6159]
Frequency: Bi-Monthly

‘MilitærTeknikk’ is the leading magazine on military technology in Scandinavia.

Current


NFF – Kontakt

[Norsk Flyhistorisk Forening (NFF) ,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘NFF – Kontakt’ was the official quarterly magazine of the Norsk Flyhistorisk Forening (NFF). It was a journal dedicated to Norwegian aviation history.

Ceased


Norsk Flyhistorisk Tidsskrift

[Norsk Flyhistorisk Forening (NFF),  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Norsk Flyhistorisk Tidsskrift’ (Norwegian Aviation Journal) replaced NFF-Kontakt in 1985 as the official journal of the Norsk Flyhistorisk Forening (NFF).

Ceased


Norsk Luftfarts Tidende

[Norsk Aero Klubb,  ISSN None]
Frequency: ?

‘Norsk Luftfarts Tidende’ (Norwegian Aviation Gazette) was a magazine produced by the Norsk Aero Klubb in the years immediately after World War Two.

Ceased


Norsk Luftmilitært Tidsskrift

[Luftforsvarets offisersforening,  ISSN 0029-201X]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Norsk Luftmilitært Tidsskrift’ was the official magazine of the Luftforsvarets offisersforening (Air Force Officers Association).

Ceased


Vi Flyr

[Bladkompaniet,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Vi Flyr’ (We Fly) magazine was a popular general interest aviation magazine from the 1960s.

Ceased


Warbirds of Norway Newsletter

[Warbirds of Norway,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Annually

‘Warbirds of Norway Newsletter’ is published annually by a group of warbird enthusiasts in Norway.

Current



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