Interavia/Aerospace World

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The above title was used between October 1992 and December 1993, presumably after another change if ownership. Monthly general interest magazine published in English. Large size format, 130 pages each, covering world news, aerospace business news, space news, civil airline news and features, military news and features. Renamed ‘Interavia Business & Technology‘ in 1993 after the completion of Volume 48 December (see below).

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Interavia Business & Technology

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The above title was adopted in February 1994 (Volume 49) when the title was sold to the publisher of the French magazine ‘Air & Cosmos‘. Monthly general interest magazine published in English only. Large size format, 130 pages each, covering world news, aerospace business news, space news, civil airline news and features, military news and features. ‘Explains the key issues facing the civil and miltary aerospace industries and their customers, the reactions of governments, financial markets and regulators, with a special emphasis on Europe. The magazine puts world aerospace news in perspective using thorough analysis, including interviews with influential people within the industry and its customers’. Circulation circa 20,000.

Further information: Aerospace Media.

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Interavia Aerospace Review

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The above title was used between 1990 and September 1992, when the title became part of the Jane’s Information Group. It is not clear if the French and German editions were continued. Monthly general interest magazine. Large size format, with 60-100 pages in each issue. Typical contents included world news, aerospace business news, space news, civil airline news and features, military news and features. Renamed ‘Interavia/Aerospace World‘ in 1992 with Volume 47 October (see below).

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Interavia

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Monthly general interest magazine published in English, French, German and Spanish editions. Large page format, 130 pages each. First published in 1946. From October 1970 incorporated the UK title ‘Flying Review International‘. Typical content: 62 pages of world news, aerospace business news, space news, civil airline news and features, military news and features. The Spanish edition was closed down in 1988. Renamed ‘Interavia Aerospace Review‘ in 1990 with Volume 45 (see below).

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Helico Revue

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Subtitled ‘RC and Full-Size Helicopter Magazine’. Quarterly magazine specialising in real and model helicopters, first published in 1988. Published in French and German editions. Well illustrated with many colour photos.

Further information: Editions Jean Ducret SA, Case Postale 14, Av. de la Concorde 29, CH-1022 CHAVANNES – près – Renens, Switzerland. Tel: ++ 41 ( 0 ) 21 – 635 57 41, Fax: ++ 41 ( 0 ) 21 – 635 57 43.
Website: Helico Revue, E-mail: Rédaction.

Cockpit (4)

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Sub-titled ‘Das Aktuelle Schweizer Luftfahrt-Magazin’. Published monthly in German since 1959, originally by Sauerländer AG. The publication is in large format, with many b+w and colour photos. It deals with aviation in the past and at present. Contents includes: Swiss Air Force news and features, Swiss civil aviation news and features, HB- register news, Austrian aviation news, Oldtimer features, book reviews, PC flight simulation, airshows and airport visits, etc. 2003 is the 44th year of publication. Circulation approx 10,000.

Further information: Ziegler Druck- und Verlags-AG, Verlag COCKPIT, Postfach 778, 8401 Winterthur, Switzerland. Tel: 052 266 99 00, Fax: 052 266 99 13. Website: Cockpit Online

Aviation & Marine International

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Monthly aviation and naval magazine. “Atlantic Edition” in English only. International version of the Italian title ‘Interconair Aviazione Marina‘. 102 large format pages each issue, with b+w and colour photos, line drawings etc. Military biased subjects for feature articles. Published 1973 to 1979, at least.

Armada International

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English-language bi-monthly magazine covering international news of weapons systems and armed forces. ‘Armada’ focuses on the technical aspects of defence equipment and services, covering air, land and sea forces worldwide. It features authoritative in-depth feature articles and market surveys. First published in 1976.

Further information: Armada International

Air Sports International

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‘Air Sports International’ was a monthly magazine published by the Federation Aeronautique International. It covered all aspects of sport flying and recreational aviation. From January 1998 it was transformed into a on-line web magazine, but the website hasn’t been updated since November 2002.

Further information: website: Air Sports International