Aviation Magazines in United Kingdom – News-stand Bi-monthly



Aerospace Review (2)

[,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Aerospace Review’ was a bi-monthly publication concentrating on airliners and commercial aviation during the early 1970s.

Ceased


Air Enthusiast (2)

[Key Publishing Ltd,  ISSN 0143-5450]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Air Enthusiast’ was a historical aviation title to complement the monthly ‘Air International’. Contained original and well-researched feature articles covering a broad range of time periods and topics from around the world.

Ceased


Air Enthusiast Quarterly

[Finescroll Limited,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Air Enthusiast Quarterly’ was the original name for the historical aviation magazine that shortly became known as ‘Air Enthusiast’.

Ceased


AIR Modeller

[AFV Modeller Ltd,  ISSN 1747-177X]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘AIR Modeller’ is a high quality magazine focusing on modelling military aircraft.

Current


Air Power International (2)

[Enterprise Aviation Publishing,  ISSN 1355-0705]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

Illustrated entirely in colour, ‘Air Power International’ was a largely pictorial magazine concentrating on modern military aviation worldwide.

Ceased


Aircraft Modeller International

[Guildhall Publications,  ISSN 5036-3190]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

‘Aircraft Modeller International’ was bi-monthly scale aircraft modelling magazine.

Ceased


Airliners (1)

[Key Publishing Ltd,  ISSN 0968-4180]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

This was the UK edition of the popular US title dedicated to commercial aviation.

Ceased


Jets (4)

[Kelsey Publishing Group,  ISSN 2045-6490]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

The former ‘Jets Monthly’ was renamed ‘Jets’ during 2012, when it switched to a bi-monthly publishing schedule. A full-colour glossy magazine focusing on civil and military jet-powered aircraft from the dawn of the jet age to the present day.

Ceased


Tamiya Model Magazine International (3)

[ADH Publishing Ltd,  ISSN 0912-9715]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

Scale modelling magazine, which uses Tamiya models as the starting point for demonstrating more advanced techniques. Covers cars, AFVs, aircraft, figures etc.

Current


Wingspan International

[AOB Publishing Ltd,  ISSN 1471-2760]
Frequency: Bi-monthly

A very glossy A4 size publication with 82 pages each, devoted to aircraft preservation, classic aircraft and aviation history.

Ceased



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