Aviation Magazines in United Kingdom – News-stand Weekly



Flight International

[Reed Business Information,  ISSN 0015-3710]
Frequency: Weekly

Founded in 1909, ‘Flight’ is the world’s oldest aviation journal. It has always been primarily a news and analysis magazine for the aerospace industry, and still proudly serves that purpose today.

Current


Flying (1)

[George Newnes Ltd,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Weekly

This magazine was designed as a weekly version of the monthly ‘Popular Flying’, and was produced by the same team, including the editor Captain W E Johns.

Ceased


The Aero

[Temple Press,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Weekly

‘The Aero’ was the first British weekly aeronautical magazine. Launched in May 1909 it lasted until March 1911. It was edited by Charles Grey.

Ceased


The Aeroplane

[Temple Press Ltd,  ISSN xxxx-xxxx]
Frequency: Weekly

‘The Aeroplane’ was founded in June 1911 as a direct competitor to ‘Flight’ magazine. With the latest UK, industry and foreign news and high quality cutaway and detail drawings it proved tp be very successful. It was eventually taken over by its long-time rival in 1968.

Ceased



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