Published between 1976 and 1988, at least. No other information.
By the late 1990s, the IPMS Brazil magazine was again renamed from Em Escala to its present title. Portuguese text with some notes in English. Included features on aircraft types operated by the Brazilian Air Force, and on aircraft markings.
Further information: IPMS Brazil, Rua Lucidio Lago, 457 ap206 Meier, Rio de Janeiro, CEP 20.780-020
Published quarterly by Sociedade Brasiliera de Plastimodelista – IPMS Brazil. Portuguese text with some notes in English. Included features on aircraft types operated by the Brazilian Air Force, and on aircraft markings. Published in the mid 1970’s. By 1979 renamed Em Escala (see above).
Subtitled ‘Hobby e Perfecao’. General interest scale modelling magazine, first published during 2002. Published bi-monthly and had reached issue 4 in mid-2003. Covers aircraft, ships, vehicles etc.
Further information: Website: O Modelismo
Subtitled ‘Revista Aeronautica/Air Magazine’. Bi-monthly South American aviation enthusiasts magazine. Portuguese text. A5 size, 16 pages each, with b+w photos and centrespread drawings. First issue April 1975. Each issue included news, registrations, articles on (mostly Brazilian) airlines and Air Force units. From Issue 28 renamed South American Aviation News, with English only text, and expanded to 24 pages average. Published by Denis Lima de Carmargo. Ceased publication a year later?
Subtitled ‘Revista de Aviação da América Latina’ (Aviation Magazine for Latin America). Launched in October 1962 under the title ‘Flap’, it was renamed ‘Flap Internacional’ in 1972 and is now over 39 years old. Regarded as the most authoritative and respected magazine on aviation affairs published in Latin America. Monthly magazine covering all aspects of aviation worldwide, with an emphasis on the Latin American region. Extensive news coverage for all segments of the aviation industry, plus feature articles on current topics and some historical features. Issue No.359 was published in August 2002. From 1984, special editions covering Commercial Aviation and Military Aviation have been published each year, the latest edition of the former comprising 230 pages. Previously owned by Grupo Editorial Spagat Ltda.
Further information: Flap International, Rua Professor Artur Ramos, 183- 10 Andar, Edificio ACAL, 01454-905- Sao Paulo- SP. Tel: 55/11/816 4455, Fax: 55/11/210 4186. Flap Internacional website
Subtitled ‘Revista de Defensa’. Founded in 1992. At least 22 issues published – which seems a very low number for more than 10 years of publishing. The website is not very helpful in describing the contents of the magazine.
Further information: Website: Espejo Aeronautico
Quarterly scale plastic modelling magazine published during the 1980s and originally titled Revista (see below). Includes photos, markings details and scale drawings for aircraft in Brazilian Air Force service. Some branch news and kit reviews. Later reverted to its original title (see below).