Aviation Magazines in United Kingdom – News-stand Fortnightly



Aviation News (1)

[Alan W. Hall Publications Ltd,  ISSN 0956-1410]
Frequency: Fortnightly

‘Aviation News’ started off as an 8-12 page tabloid newspaper format publication, with a mixture of news, historical and modern feature articles and spotting information. In June 1983 it became an A4 size magazine, but closed in 1996.

Ceased


The Aeroplane Spotter

[Temple Press Ltd,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Fortnightly

Launched with official support just after the end of the London Blitz, this magazine quickly became the focus for all the aircraft enthusiasts in the UK. It’s official function was to help improve the standard of aircraft recognition among civilian air defence volunteers, but it effectively popularised the hobby of ‘spotting’.

Ceased


The Royal Air Force News

[Ministry of Defence,  ISSN 0035-8610]
Frequency: Fortnightly

First published in 1961, this is the official newspaper of the Royal Air Force. It carries the latest operational news, features on topical issues and life in the Service.

Ceased



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