Aviation Magazines in United States – News-stand Quarterly



Air Classics Quarterly Review

[Challenge Publications,  ISSN 0192-6934]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Air Classics Quarterly Review’ was a highly illustrated historical aviation magazine. It featured mostly military orientated subjects: air forces, air museums, units and aircraft types.

Ceased


Air Progress – Military Airpower Review

[Challenge Publications,  ISSN 0886-3857]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Air Progress – Military Airpower Review’ replaced ‘Air Progress Aviation Review’ and focused exclusively on military aviation, past and present.

Ceased


Air Progress Aviation Review

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

‘Air Progress Aviation Review’ was a general interest aviation magazine. It covered the past, present and future of aviation – both civil and military.

Ceased


Air Trails (2)

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

Challenge Publications bought the rights to the old monthly ‘Air Trails’ magazine from the 30s and 40s (see separate entry) and hoped to recapture the glamour of this era. The magazine featured stories, profiles and scale drawings of aircraft from the 30s/40s as well as reprints of the Bill Barnes adventures and drawings from Doug Rolfe.

Ceased


Airline Quarterly

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

‘Airline Quarterly’ featured profile articles on airlines and airliners from the beginning of passenger service to the present day.

Ceased


Airliners International

[Kalmbach Publishing Co.,  ISSN 0090-8770]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Airliners International’ focused on commercial air transport. It appeared during the early 1970s.

Ceased


Airshow International

[Challenge Publications,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Airshow International’ was a magazine dedicated to the US airshow scene,

Ceased


Scale Aircraft Modeler

[Challenge Publications,  ISSN 0194-4738]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Scale Aircraft Modeler’ was a scale plastic aircraft modelling magazine.

Ceased


Warplanes of the World

[Dell Publishing,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Warplanes of the World’ was a quarterly magazine published during World War Two illustrating contemporary military aircraft, their equipment and operational use.

Ceased



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