Aviation Magazines in United States – Subscription Quarterly



1919-1939 Air Wars

[Andrew C. Anson,  ISSN unknown]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘1919-1939 Air Wars’ magazine exclusively featured military, civil, sporting and racing aircraft from the inter-war years.

Ceased


Aero ‘N’ Photos

[Aero 'N' Photos Inc.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

The content of ‘Aero ‘N’ Photos’ magazine consisted entirely of photographs. A brief history or explanation of the photographs that followed was provided for each section. The focus was almost entirely on US military aviation.

Ceased


Aero Album

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

Published between 1968 and 1971, ‘Aero Album’ was a quarterly magazine on aviation from the Pioneer Age to the Jet Age.

Ceased


Air & Space Power Journal

[United States Air Force,  ISSN 0897-0823]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Air & Space Power Journal’ is the professional journal of the United States Air Force. It was designed to serve as an open forum for presenting and stimulating innovative thinking on military doctrine, strategy, tactics, force structure, readiness, and other national defense matters.

Current


Air Affairs

[American Society of Air Affairs,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Air Affairs’ was an international quarterly journal published in the late 1940s.

Ceased


Airline & Modelling Review

[Airline & Modelling Review,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Airline & Modelling Review’ focused on airline and airliner history, modelling news, new product information and reviews etc.

Ceased


Airline Modeler

[Airline Hobby Supplies,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Airline Modeller’ magazine is dedicated to all aspects of scale modelling of airliners and other civilian aircraft.

Current


Airplane 3-View Journal

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

‘Airplane 3-View Journal’ was a magazine focused exclusively on 3-view line drawings of aircraft. It was published during the early 1980s.

Ceased


Asia-Pacific Defense Forum

[USCINCPAC,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Asia-Pacific Defense Forum’ is a professional military journal published quarterly by the Commander of the United States Pacific Command to provide an international forum for military personnel of the Asian and Pacific areas.

Current


Aviation Art Gallery

[Y-Visionary Publishing,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Aviation Art Gallery’ was an oversize quarterly for art collectors and airplane buffs which graphically portrayed the history of aviation through art and images.

Ceased


Aviation Collectors Market

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

‘Aviation Collectors Market’ was a periodical aimed at aviation enthusiasts who wanted to buy, sell or exchange items or find correspondents.

Ceased


Aviation Quarterly (2)

[Airtrails Inc.,  ISSN 0360-8670]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Aviation Quarterly’ was a high quality historical aviation magazine. It featured a varied selection of subjects, from profiles of interesting aviation personalities to specific aircraft types, often focusing on the inter-war ‘Golden Age’ of aviation in the USA.

Ceased


Fighter Pilots in Aerial Combat

[Blake Publishing,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Fighter Pilots in Aerial Combat’ was a high quality magazine devoted to the history of fighter combat.

Ceased


Flightline

[Flightline Magazine,  ISSN 1084-0958]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Flightline’ is the only magazine printed in the United States that concentrates on North American military aviation after 1945.

Ceased


Flightpath (3)

[AIRtime Publishing Inc.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Flighpath’ was a high quality journal dedicated to civil aviation. Each issue comprised some 150 pages of colour photos, artwork and text – with no adverts.

Ceased


Ghost Wings

[Ghost Wings Magazine,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Ghost Wings’ magazine focuses on US military aviation history. Each issue is packed with feature articles on subjects ranging from WWII to Vietnam and contemporary interviews with authors, aviation artists and reports on aviation commemorative events.

Current


International Air Power Review

[AIRtime Publishing Inc.,  ISSN 1473-9917]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘International Air Power Review’ was a highly illustrated journal dedicated to military aviation – both current and historical.

Ceased


Jet Classics

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Jet Classics’ was a magazine that concentrated on classic jet aircraft, such as the F-104 Starfighter.

Ceased


Latin American Aviation News – LAAN

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Latin American Aviation News’ was an enthusiast publication focusing on civil and military aviation in Central and South America.

Ceased


Logbook (2)

[Logbook Magazine,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Logbook’ is a quarterly magazine covering the entire spectrum of aviation history, from the first flight to just yesterday. Civil, Military, Airline, General Aviation – it features the stories that have rarely or never been published before, told by the people who lived them.

Current


Lost Birds

[Vision Entertainment Inc.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Lost Birds’ was a magazine devoted to Aviation Archeology. It featured exclusive photographs, visits to remote crash sites, new discoveries, the latest military and civil mishaps etc.

Ceased


Luftwaffe Verband

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Luftwaffe Verband’ is a quarterly journal that covers the units, personnel, operations, aircraft and markings of the Luftwaffe in WW2.

Current


Military Panorama Journal

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

‘Military Panorama Journal’ was a military magazine focusing on World War Two. It provided detailed histories of significant WW2 weapons – including armoured vehicles and aircraft.

Ceased


Model-Aire International

[Thomas A. Young,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Model-Aire International’ was a scale aircraft modelling magazine. It contained feature articles on unusual subjects, kit reviews, decal reviews, book reviews etc. The subjects covered were almost entirely non-US military aircraft, with an emphasis on unusual markings.

Ceased


Replica In Scale

[Aerophile Inc.,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Replica In Scale’ was a high quality scale plastic modelling magazine. It mostly focused on aircraft, but a quarter of the pages were devoted to AFV modelling.

Ceased


Rotor

[Helicopter Association International,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

The only magazine dedicated exclusively to the civil helicopter industry. Published quarterly, ‘Rotor’ contains news and features about the civil helicopter industry.

Current


Skyways (3)

[World War 1 Aeroplanes Inc.,  ISSN 1051-6956]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Skyways’ provides archive material on US and overseas aviation in the 1920s and 1930s.

Current


Small Air Forces Observer

[Jim Sanders,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Small Air Forces Observer’ is a military aviation magazine devoted to the history and modelling of the smaller air forces worldwide. It features good original material and very rare photos.

Current


Smoke Trails

[The F-4 Phantom II Society,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Smoke Trails’ is exclusively devoted to the history and use of the F-4 Phantom II jet aircraft.

Current


Southeast Aviation News

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Southeast Aviation News’ was a Virginia-based magazine for private pilots.

Ceased


Sportsman Pilot

[Sportsman Pilot,  ISSN 0279-1749]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Sportsman Pilot’ is a magazine for those who love aircraft and those who love to fly. It covers homebuilts, antiques, classics, contemporaries, ultralights, gyroplanes, vintage warbirds and Reno racers.

Current


The First Warplanes

[The First Warplanes,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘The First Warplanes’ was a quarterly magazine devoted to WW1 aircraft.

Ceased


The General Aviation Pilot

[The General Aviation Pilot,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘The General Aviation Pilot’ was a Georgia-based magazine for private pilots.

Ceased


The Squadron

[Squadron Model Shops,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘The Squadron’ was a scale plastic modelling magazine published by the well-known chain of model shops. It covered a wide range of subjects including conversions, tips, reviews etc. for aircraft, AFV’s, figures, ships and dioramas.

Ceased


W.W.1 Aero

[World War 1 Aeroplanes Inc.,  ISSN 0736-198X]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘W.W.1 Aero’ specialises in flying machines of the period 1900-1919, with the emphasis on WW1.

Current


Wonderful World of Flying

[Aviation Media Inc.,  ISSN 1064-4997]
Frequency: Quarterly

‘Wonderful World of Flying’ was a magazine designed to illustrate ways in which pilots could improve their flying skills, becoming safer and more proficient.

Ceased



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