Aviation Magazines in Serbia

Introduction

This is a survey of Serbian/Yugoslav aviation, defence and aircraft scale modelling magazines. All magazines are in Serbian with cyrillic text only, unless otherwise stated.

Thanks to Drasko Kostic for some of the information on this page.
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For other nations, check our country by country listing. An alphabetical index of titles is also available, as is a list of useful magazine shops which deal with new or secondhand magazines.

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AB Novosti

[Belgrade Airport,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

News magazine for Belgrade Airport.

Ceased


Aero (8)

[unknown,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Monthly

General interest magazine from the 1930s.

Ceased


Aeromagazin (3)

[BB-Soft,  ISSN 1450-6068]
Frequency: Quarterly

Quarterly publication on popular aeronautics. it covers civil and military aviation, news, technology, history, and aeronautical medicine.

Current


Aeroplan (2) / АЕРОПЛАН

[Aeronautical Museum,  ISSN 0354-7175]
Frequency: Quarterly

Aviation history magazine from the Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum.

Ceased


Aerosvet

[NISRO "Dnevnik“,  ISSN 0352-5988]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Aerosvet’ was an aviation magazine published by the Aeronautical Union of Vojvodina, Yugoslavia.

Ceased


Aviatika

[unknown,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: ?

‘Aviatika’ was a general interest magazine published in the 1990s.

Ceased


Glas Vazduhoplovstva

[Yugoslav Air Force,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

Magazine published by the Yugoslav Air Force between 1945 and 1949.

Ceased


Glasnik RV i PVO

[Vojnoizdavački Zavod,  ISSN 0350-0217]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Glasnik RV i PVO’ (Air Force and Air Defence Force Courier) was a bi-monthly magazine published by the Yugoslav Air Force between 1970 and 1991.

Ceased


Godisnjak Jugoslovenskog Vazduhoplovstva / Годиснжак Жугословенског Ваздухопловства

[JKRV,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Annually

Title means ‘Yugoslav Aeronautical Annual’. Published by Military Air Force headquarters from 1931 to 1941. Each issue contained articles that covered a wide range of technical and general interest topics, for both a civil and military aviation.

Ceased


Krila Armije

[Yugoslav Air Force,  ISSN 0023-4672]
Frequency: Fortnightly

‘Krila Armije’ was the official magazine for members of the Yugoslav Air Force (RV i PVO) after WW2. This fortnightly magazine served as an information source for soldiers, cadets and officers.

Ceased


Let / Лет

[Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum,  ISSN 1450-684X]
Frequency: Quarterly

A quarterly journal of aeronautical history produced by the Aeronautical Museum in Belgrade.

Ceased


Model Art (2)

[IPMS Yugoslavia,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

Serbian text magazine devoted to scale aircraft modelling, with an emphasis on aircraft associated with Serbia, Montenegro and Yugoslavia.

Ceased


Narodna Krila

[Aeronautical Union of Yugoslavia,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Monthly

Sport flying magazine mainly focusing on gliding and aeromodelling.

Ceased


Nasa Krila (1)

[Kraljevski jugoslovenski aeroklub Naša krila,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

Official magazine of the Yugoslav Royal Aero Club, 1924 to 1941.

Ceased


Nasa Krila (2) / Наша Крила

[Vazduhoplovni savez Jugoslavije,  ISSN 0354-5121]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

Official magazine of the post-war Yugoslav Aero Club.

Ceased


Novi Glasnik / Ножи Гласник

[Vojnoizdavački zavod,  ISSN 0354-3323]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

Professional journal of the Yugoslav army, which includes the Air Force.

Current


Vazduhoplovni Glasnik / Ваздухопловни Гласник

[Yugoslav Air Force,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Monthly

Official magazine of the Yugoslav Air Force pre-WW2 and afterwards until 1969.

Ceased


Vojska / војска

[Military Publishing,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Fortnightly

Official magazine of the Yugoslav army – includes the air force.

Ceased


YASIG

[IPMS Yugoslavia,  ISSN None]
Frequency: Annually

Magazine dedicated to Yugoslav Aviation scale modelling and aviation history.

Ceased



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