Country: Ireland Language: English
Main Genre: Local Aviation
‘Irish Aviation’ was a news magazine covering the aviation scene in Ireland. It was subtitled ‘The National Air Magazine of Ireland’. Printed in newspaper-quality paper, it featured news and articles on various aspects of Irish aviation – both civil and military. It was illustrated with b+w photographs and typically comprised 32 pages in each issue. The editor was Col. Charles F.Russell. Launched circa 1932, by late 1937 it had dropped the ‘Irish’ from the title, becoming simply ‘Aviation’.
See other aviation-related magazines from Ireland.