Aviation Magazines in United States – Company Publicity



Aero (7)

[Boeing Commercial Airplane Group,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Aero’ was published quarterly by Boeing Commercial Airplanes and distributed at no cost to operators of Boeing commercial aircraft. It provided operators with supplemental technical information about Boeing and Douglas aircraft.

Ceased


Airborne Log

[Lockheed Martin,  ISSN 1087-2701]
Frequency: Biannually

Publication issued twice a year portraying the use of the P-3 Orion and S-3 Viking in their maritime roles.

Ceased


Boeing Airliner

[Boeing Company,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Boeing Airliner’ was published by the Boeing Company in Seattle to provide airline customers with technical related information on Boeing products.

Ceased


Boeing Forum

[Boeing Company,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Boeing Forum’ was published monthly by Boeing Commercial Airplanes to provide a regular summary of it’s ongoing business activities, as well as news and information about its products and services.

Ceased


Boeing Frontiers

[Boeing Company,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Boeing Frontiers’ is the current in-house magazine of the Boeing Company. It is issued monthly to publicise the company and to inform it’s employees of the wide range of activities it undertakes.

Current


Code One

[Lockheed Martin,  ISSN 1071-3816]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Code One’ is produced by Lockheed Martin to publicise the products and services of LMTAS, including the C-130, F-16, F/A-22 and F-35.

Current


Grumman Horizons

[Grumman Aerospace Corp.,  ISSN 0196-3120]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Grumman Horizons’ was the quarterly employee magazine of the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp (later Grumman Aerospace) before the merger with Northrop.

Ceased


Lockheed Horizons

[Lockheed Corporation,  ISSN 0459-6773]
Frequency: ?

‘Lockheed Horizons’ was an irregular magazine published by Lockheed before the merger with Martin Marietta. It included very well illustrated feature articles on Lockheed aircraft products, including the F-117 stealth fighter.

Ceased


Of Men And Stars

[Lockheed Aircraft Corporation,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: ?

‘Of Men And Stars’ was published by the Lockheed Aircraft Corp during the 1950s. It featured articles and photos of company history, events, and aircraft production.

Ceased



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