Fighter Tactics

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Fighter Tactics magazine is the only publication dedicated to covering the Tactical Fighter Community on a global scale. The stories in each issue are written by those in the industry as well as some of the most knowledgeable aviation writers out there. The accompanying photography is recognised as some of the worlds best. Published quarterly.

Further information: Oceania Group Ltd, P O Box 37 978, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand, 1001. Tel: +64 21 757 747, Fax: +64 9 300 6388.
e-mail: info@oceania-group.com, Fighter Tactics

Classic Wings

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First published April-June 1994 under the title ‘Classic Wings Downunder’. Quarterly until 1998 then became bi-monthly, (which in New Zealand means 5 issues per year). The ‘Downunder’ part of the title was deleted with effect from the Jul-Aug 2000 issue. Bi-monthly glossy magazine “dedicated to Vintage and Warbird Aircraft in Australia and New Zealand”. Well illustrated with lots of colour photos.

Further information: Graham M Orphen, PO Box 534, Blenheim, New Zealand. Phone 64 3 578 9609, Fax 64 3 577 6451, or PO Box 625, Mt Ommaney, Queensland 4074, Australia. Phone 61 7 5462 2112, Fax 61 7 3279 0877. E-mail: admin@classicwings.com, Classic Wings

AHSNZ Journal

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Historical magazine first published in 1958. Initially a quarterly, but now issued twice a year. Covers a wide range of topics and regular features with in-depth articles, “Chronology”, and research items. Feature articles on aircraft types, historical events, personalties, NZ civil aviation, aviation companies, RNZAF etc. A4 size glossy, normally 24 pages in each issue.

Further information: Website: AHSNZ.

Aerolog

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Launched circa 1979 as a bi-monthly but now issued four times per year. Magazine of contemporary news and reports. Has updates to the Civil Aviation Register, international movements, Accidents & Incidents, and Book Reviews. 16-20 pages each.

Further information: see entry for AHSNZ Journal below.