‘Mundo Aeronautico’ (or World Aviation), was the first magazine dedicated to aviation in Latin America. It was launched by Mr. Francisco Cortegoso in June, 1932. The magazine covered aviation, gliding and aeromodelling. It carried the subtitle Una Revista Aeronautica Universal.
The magazine was initially very successful, and reached issue 140 in 1946, but seems to have closed down not long afterwards.
‘Aeronave’ was a general interest magazine that appeared in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The title means Aircraft.
Launched in 1946, the magazine suffered from irregular publication and ceased production circa late 1951. It appears to have started off bi-monthly, before switching to monthly and finally to quarterly.
No source known.
‘Master en Modelismo’ (i.e. Master Modeller) was a general interest scale modelling magazine published in the mid 1980s. It covered a wide range of topics from army uniforms, to AFVs and aircraft.
Each issue was A4 size, with xx pages, illustrated with photographs, colour drawings and scale drawings.
‘Volando’ was a general interest magazine from the 1950s. The title translates as Flying. The subtitle ‘Aeromodelismo Aviación Volovelismo’ outlined the scope of the magazine – Aeromodelling, Aviation and Gliding. Each issue had 28 pages and was illustrated with b+w photographs and diagrams. Very little else is known about this title.
The magazine was published between about 1954 and 1955.
The editor is unknown.
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No digital versions of back issues appear to be available.
No special issues were produced.
[No WorldCat entry]
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The official Army Aviation Command magazine ‘Buletin de Informaciones Aeronauticas’ was renamed ‘Revista de Informaciones Aeronauticas’ in February 1945.
A monthly general interest aircraft magazine, it provided coverage of civil, commercial, sport and military aviation in Argentina and around the world. In January 1948 it was renamed ‘Revista Nacional de Aeronautica’.
‘Boletin de Informaciones Aeronauticas’ was first launched on 27 October 1941 by the Army Aviation Command to raise the general aeronautical knowledge of aviation personnel. During its subsequent history it evolved considerably, through various title changes and redesigns, to become one of the major aeronautical magazines of Latin America.
A monthly general interest aircraft magazine, it provided coverage of civil, commercial, sport and military aviation in Argentina and around the world.
In February 1945 it was renamed ‘Revista de Informaciones Aeronauticas‘.
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|Vol.1 No.1||January-March 1986|
|North American NA-72s in Brazil (inc. individual aircraft histories); Peruvian Registration System; Defence Aviation News; Civil Aviation News; Accident Report; The Industrial Observer; Civil Register: LV-MSA to MSZ (listing) [24 pages]|
|Vol.1 No.2||April-June 1986|
|Lockheed Twins in Chile; Argentine AF Bases; Uruguay Register CX-AIA to AIZ|
|Vol.1 No.3||July-September 1986|
|Argentine AF F-86F (including drawings and serials); Pilatus PC-3 in Brazil AF use; Accident Reports|
|Vol.1 No.4||October-December 1986|
|Lineas Aereas Taxader; Panamanian U-17s; Air Operations During Argentine 1963 Revolution|
|Vol.2 No.1||January-March 1987|
|Bristol Freighter in Argentina; Preservation Corner; Airshow & Airfeld Reports; Defence News|
|Vol.2 No.2||April-June 1987|
|Argentina’s Escadrilla Aeronaval Antisubmarina and its Trackers; South Atlantic Campaign ’82|
|Vol.2 No.3||July-September 1987|
|FAA ‘PG’ aircraft serials and histories; Preservation News; 1987 Accident Review|
|Vol.2 No.4||October-December 1987|
|FAA ‘PG’ aircraft serials and histories Part 2; Industry Review; Accident Review|
|Vol.3 No.1||January-March 1988|
|Rise and Fall of LANSA – Colombia [Spanish Text]|
|Vol.3 No.2||April-June 1988|
|Santiago FIDA’88 Show; Fuerza Aerea Uruguaya|
|Vol.3 No.3||July-September 1988|
|PLUNA Airline History; Argentine AF Aero Commanders|
|Vol.3 No.4||October-December 1988|
|Argentine C-130 and L-188 Electra|
|Vol.4 No.1||January-March 1989|
|Vol.4 No.2||April-June 1989|
|Vol.4 No.3||July-September 1989|
|Vol.4 No.4||October-December 1989|
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|Vol.1 No.1||November-December 1982|
|Los Primeros Aviones de la Fuerza Aerea Argentine – Henri Farman 50 HP (1 page drwgs); Los Fairey IIIF y IV en la Aviacion Naval Argentina (3 pages drwgs, individual aircraft histories); Lineas Aereas Privadas Argentinas SA (LAPA) (fleet list); Accidentes/Wrecks (listing for July-Oct 1982); Novidades Militares Latinoamericanas (military aviation news); Registro de Aeronaves de las Republica Argentina (civil register LV-FZA to LV-FXZ) [16 pages]|
|Vol.1 No.2||January-February 1983|
|Vol.1 No.3||March-April 1983|
|Vol.1 No.4||May-June 1983|
|Vol.1 No.5||July-August 1983|
|Vol.1 No.6||September-October 1983|
|Aerolineas de Tercer Bive! Brasilenas (fleet lists); Aviacion Militar en Costa Rica (aircraft list); Mirage IIIEA/DA del Grupo 8, FAA (5 pages drwgs); Novedades Militares (military news); Registros Civiles (Civil register news); Novedades de Identidad (military & civil register news); Accidentes (military & civil accidents) [36 pages]|
|FIDA’84 The Latinamerican Le Bourget (Mirage 50C 3-view drwg); Novedades Militares (military news); Identity News; Casualties; Spotting P.O.Box (readers letters); English Digest [36 pages]|
|Vol.1 No.8||October? 1984|
|Argentine AF Gooney Birds (C-47, 1 drwg); Air Operations in Nicaragua (August-December 1983); Special Registrations in Argentina (table of reg’ns); Novedades Militares; Identity News (military serials); Uruguay (CX- regns listing); Letters [48 pages]|
|Vol.1 No.9||March 1985|
|[First English-language edition] IA-63 Roll-Out (3-view drwg); Brief Story of the Torpedo-Carrying Pucara (4-view drwg); Military News [32 pages]|
|Vol.1 No.10||June 1985|
|Lockheed Twins in Chile; A-4Q Skyhawk in the Malvinas War (tone profiles) [28-32 pages]|