Aviacion Internacional

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

‘Aviacion Internacional’ was a general interest aviation magazine launched in the 1970s to replace the defunct ‘Aviacion’ magazine. The same editorial team had worked on the previous magazine. It was edited by Manuel Ruiz Romero-Bataller. The magazine lasted for some 20 years before eventually closing.

Further information:
Manuel Ruiz Romero-Bataller

Aviacion

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

‘Aviacion’ was a general interest aviation magazine published in the early 1970s. Initially published bi-monthly, it soon went to monthly. The magazine lasted for 7 years before the publishing company closed. It was edited by Manuel Ruiz Romero-Bataller. The same editorial team soon launched ‘Aviacion International’ to replace it.

Further information:
Manuel Ruiz Romero-Bataller

Helice

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

‘Helice’ is the official magazine of the Mexican Pilots union (ASPA), which was founded in 1958. The magazine first appeared in 1959. The title translates as Propeller.

The magazine doesn’t just focus on ASPA issues but also includes good general interest articles on civil aviation, past and present. Most recent issues are available as free pdfs.

Further information:
ASPA website
Latest and back issues

Flaps (2)

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

‘Flaps’ was a digital magazine released in pdf format. It carried the subtitle Revista Digital de Aviación Mexicana e Internacional.

It was a general interest magazine covering a wide range of civil and military aviation topics, both in Mexico and around the world. In August 2013 the official domain name expired and Tweeting stopped, so the magazine appears to have ceased publication.

Further information:
Facebook
Back issues on Issuu

Quauhtli

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

‘Quauhtli’ was a magazine 100% dedicated to Mexican aviation history. It had the subtitle Revista de Historia Aeronautica de Mexico. Published by the Aeronautical History Academy of Mexico (AHAM), each journal covered topics of civil and military aviation, and included pictures, articles and interviews of the aviation industry, as well as the people and companies that have shaped the national aviation history.

No issues after 2008 are known, and the AHAM appears to have disbanded.

Further information:
No source found.