Aviation Magazines in United States – News-stand Monthly



A/C Flyer

[McGraw-Hill Publishing Co,  ISSN 0194-8652]
Frequency: Monthly

‘A/C Flyer’ was a magazine focusing exclusively on buying and selling private aircraft.

Ceased


Aero (6)

[,  ISSN 0001-9097]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Aero’ was a Los Angles-based General Aviation magazine of the 1970s and early 1980s.

Ceased


Aero Connections

[ASC-Aero Sports Connection,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Aero Connections’ magazine is a Light Sport Aviation magazine providing technical, training, and general information about the sport to members of Aero Sports Connection and the general public.

Current


Aero Digest

[Aeronautical Digest Publishing Corp.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Aero Digest’ was a monthly magazine of the US aviation industry.

Ceased


Aero Trader & Chopper Shopper

[Trader Publishing Company,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Aero Trader’ is a national magazine dedicated to aviation-related photo advertisements.

Current


Air Classics

[Challenge Publications,  ISSN 0002-2241]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Air Classics’ describes itself as the top magazine of vintage aircraft and the history of aviation.

Current


Air Facts

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Air Facts’ was primarily focused on helping pilots to understand the risks of flight, and persuading them to fly more safely.

Ceased


Air News

[Duell, Sloan and Pearce,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Air News’ was billed as the picture magazine of aviation. It was published during the early 1940s.

Ceased


Air Progress

[Challenge Publications,  ISSN 0002-2500]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Air Progress’ was a long-running general interest magazine that became more focused on private flying from the 1970s onwards.

Ceased


Air Space Model

[OLR Publishing,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Air Space Model’ was a scale modelling magazine focusing on aviation and space topics.

Ceased


Air Trails (1)

[Street & Smith,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Air Trails’ first appeared as a pulp-fiction magazine but during WW2 it became a general interest magazine for young men.

Ceased


Air World (3)

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Air World’ was a magazine focusing on free-flight and control line model aircraft, but including features on full-size aircraft.

Ceased


Airways

[Airways International Inc.,  ISSN 1074-4320]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Airways’ is a magazine devoted to the world of airlines and commercial aircraft.

Current


Alaska Flying

[Interior Alaska Publications Inc.,  ISSN 0889-7778]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Alaska Flying’ was a magazine for pilots in Alaska. it was published quarterly and the typical content was articles and pictures of current and historical Alaskan aviation.

Ceased


Aviation Age

[,  ISSN 1041-0619]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Aviation Age’ was an aerospace trade publication similar to ‘Aviation Week’ which consistently took a rather sensationalistic approach to its coverage of the Russian air threat.

Ceased


FineScale Modeler

[Kalmbach Publishing Co.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘FineScale Modeler’ is a general interest scale plastic modelling magazine suitable for modellers of all skill levels.

Current


Flying (2)

[Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S., Inc.,  ISSN 0015-4806]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Flying’ is a magazine dedicated to professional pilots and flying, with not so much emphasis on sporting or recreational pilots.

Current


Flying Aces

[Magazine Publishers Inc.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Flying Aces’ was launched in 1928 with a mixture of pulp fiction, model making and factual articles. During WW2 the majority of each issue was dedicated to the war effort, with few advertisements and mostly military aviation news and articles.

Ceased


Flying Safety

[AF Safety Center,  ISSN 0279-9308]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Flying Safety’ is the official USAF flight safety magazine. It contains numerous articles and features on air safety with straight talking articles and numerous photos of incidents and accidents.

Current


Kitplanes

[Aviation Publishing Group,  ISSN 0891-1851]
Frequency: Monthly

Since 1984 ‘Kitplanes’ has been the premier periodical for people interested homebuilt airplanes, rotorcraft, ultralights and other special-interest, do-it-yourself flying machines.

Current


Model Airplane News

[Air Age Publishing,  ISSN 0026-7295]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Model Airplane News’ is a magazine covering flying and radio-controlled model aircraft.

Current


Plane & Pilot

[Werner Publishing Corp.,  ISSN 0032-0617]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Plane & Pilot’ magazine is aimed at recreational and sport pilots. It contains advice on piloting techniques, aircraft flight tests, product reviews, news and first hand experiences.

Current


Plane & Pilot News

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Plane & Pilot News’ was a magazine focusing on General Aviation, published in the late 1990s.

Ceased


Popular Aviation (1)

[Ziff-Davis Publishing,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Popular Aviation’ was a magazine aimed at general readers, with a combination of factual articles, modelling features and fictional stories.

Ceased


Private Pilot

[Y-Visionary Publishing,  ISSN 0032-8901]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Private Pilot’ describes itself as ‘The World’s Leading General Aviation Magazine’. It is produced for owners and pilots of single and multi-engine aircraft.

Current


Scale Modeler

[Challenge Publications,  ISSN 0036-5424]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Scale Modeler’ was a general interest scale plastic modelling magazine. It covered a wide range of subjects, including aircraft, armoured vehicles, ships, figures and dioramas.

Ceased


Skyways (2)

[Henry Publishing Company,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

Launched in 1943, ‘Skyways’ was a general interest magazine covering military, civil and commercial aviation.

Ceased


Space / Aeronautics

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Space / Aeronautics’ was a magazine focused on the technology of aviation and space – especially manned spaceflight.

Ceased


Sport Pilot Hot Kits & Homebuilts

[Challenge Publications,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Sport Pilot Hot Kits & Homebuilts’ was a magazine for recreational pilots and builders of home-built aircraft.

Ceased


The Aviation Consumer

[Belvoir Publications Inc.,  ISSN 0147-9911]
Frequency: Monthly

‘The Aviation Consumer’ specialises in testing and comparing all products associated with aviation – from maps to turboprop aircraft.

Current


The Slipstream Monthly

[Slipstream Publishing Company,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘The Slipstream Monthly’ was an aviation trade magazine published between 1923 and 1928.

Ceased


The Sportsman Pilot

[The Sportsman Pilot Inc.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘The Sportsman Pilot’ started life as portraying the activities of wealthy Long Island yachtsmen and pilots who could afford to fly purely for pleasure rather than business. It later developed into a general interest flying magazine.

Ceased


U.S. Air Services

[Army and Navy Air Service Association,  ISSN 1041-0473]
Frequency: Monthly

‘U.S. Air Services’ was an intelligent magazine that dealt with aviation matters in both the civil and military sectors.

Ceased


Western Flying

[Western Flying Inc.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Monthly

‘Western Flying’ was a Los Angeles based magazine published between 1926 and 1951.

Ceased



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