Air-Britain's quarterly house magazine (A4)

With members’ niche requirements adequately covered by Air-Britain’s monthly news journal, annually issued registers, stand-alone books and research websites, Aviation World’s role is to cater for the broader-based aviation interests of the enquiring enthusiast.

Topics covered are civil and military; ancient and modern. Each article authored by one of the many Air-Britain specialists. Recent subjects have included Lympne visitors 1919, airship R 80, Hendon Pageant 1920, early Atlantic flights, Cessna 140 history, eliminating the helicopter’s tail rotor, the Trent-Meteor, post-war British civil aircraft industry failings, propeller classics at Chicago 1950, Beechcraft Duke, Dan-Air Comets, the MD-11 story, American hostage/prisoner rescue attempts, Bombardier Challenger 600, background to UK military serials, British nuclear weapons and trials, B&F Ultralights, Dassault Falcon 10, Sukhoi Su-35 and Chengdu J-20 fighter. Plus regular features including readers’ news photographs, letters & recollections, and book reviews.

Sample Magazine

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Aviation World Index 2003-2017

This is the subject index for the first 15 years Aviation World   Aviation World Comprehensive Index 2003 to 2017

Back issues

Subject to availability, Air-Britain members can buy back-copies from the sales department. Single copies available at £6.50 (UK) from Sales or save by subscribing

Aviation World