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Britain at War Magazine – A History of Conflict Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. As the UK’s best selling military history title, Britain at War is dedicated in exploring every aspect of Britain’s involvement in conflicts from the turn of the 20th century through to modern day. From World War I to the Falklands, World War II to Iraq, readers are able to relive decisive moments in Britain’s history through fascinating insight combined with rare and previously unseen photography. Regular features include: • All the latest news on events and discoveries from around the UK • Features and analysis on major historical events • Events captured through photography in ‘Camera at War’ • Personal accounts from those involved in conflicts and major military events • Reviews on the latest DVD and book releases • Plus regular special feature sections and supplements And much, much more! For more information, visit Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2013. All rights reserved. Please note: Posters or wall planners included with the printed magazine are currently unavailable with the digital version.
From the publishers of Aeroplane, comes a series of bookazines looking at notable airliners that pioneered a new era of air travel. Classic Airliner’s first issue covered The De Havilland Comet – the world’s first commercial jet airliner, and is now joined by the Bristol Britannia, with new titles appearing on a quarterly basis. Exploring the design and genesis of each airliner in its historical context, the reader is encouraged to follow the ‘life’ of the aircraft via its design, production, crucial testing phase and ensuing entry into service. Featuring beautifully restored pictures from the extensive Aeroplane archive, author and editor Francois Prins captures the history of the aircraft through detailed articles, illustrated drawings and special chapters focusing on the individual experiences of some of the pilots linked with the aircraft. Unique to this series of bookazines is an elongated double-sided pull-out centrefold, which, at a massive eight pages, celebrates the size and scope of each featured aircraft with a detailed scale cutaway diagram and accompanying images. Offering a remarkable insight into origins of scheduled passenger flights, Classic Airliner is a satisfying read for anyone nostalgic for a bygone era, or simply interested in the airliners of yesteryear.
Airliner Classics Special Magazine Volume 2 - Celebrating the History of Commercial Aviation Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. The new edition of Airliner Classics, written by the industry-renowned Airliner World magazine editorial team, turns the clock back once again to bring the classic years of commercial flying back to life. From the veteran Douglas DC-3 to vintage airlines such as Trans World Airways and Britannia, Airliner Classics Volume 2 is a 100-page tribute to the golden years of aviation. Features include: • Hawker Siddeley Trident - Success or Failure? The British challenge to Boeing’s 727 • Classic News – Historic first flights from the 1940s-1970s • Trans World Airlines - History and eventual demise of the American carrier • British Air Ferries – The UK’s cross-Channel passenger and car carrier • Douglas DC-3 - 75 years old and still going strong • Britannia Airways - UK inclusive tour operator that eventually became a part of Thomson • Executive Quotes – Some of the more outspoken comments from the colourful characters of yesteryear • Newcastle Airport – The UK’s North-Eastern hub celebrates 70 years of operations • Boeing 747 – The iconic Jumbo Jet that heralded a change in the way air travel was regarded And much, much more! Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
PC Pilot - The World's Favourite Flight Simulation magazine PC Pilot magazine is the biggest-selling flight simulation magazine in the world. From the most detailed instrument-only simulator to fast-paced combat sims and everything in between, it’s your one-stop shop for Flight Simulation! Each issue features reviews of the latest simulation software, new stand-alone programmes, add-on aircraft, plus scenery and utility software for Microsoft’s Flight Simulator series and other commercial simulations. Published bi-monthly, PC Pilot is produced by experienced flight simmers and real life pilots and features tutorials on air combat, GA flying, airliner flying and regular flight. In addition, PC Pilot also carries interviews with publishers and developers within the industry and assessments of flight control hardware and articles dealing with technical PC issues aimed at both the beginner and the more experienced simulation flyer. Regular features include: • The latest flight simulation news from around the world • Reviews of the latest simulation software • Interviews with publishers and developers within the industry • Features on ‘home-built’ GA and airliner cockpits • Advanced flight tutorials and training • Beginner’s guides and technical advice • Events guide Please note: This digital version now includes access to the CD ROM files received with the print edition from issue 82 onwards. Tap the CD image on the front cover to view the extra content. For more information, visit Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2013. All rights reserved.
Space Special Magazine - Celebrating 50 years of human space flight Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. In April 1961, Yuri Gagarin wrote his name into the record books when, aboard Vostok 1, he became the first human into outer space. Now, on the 50th anniversary of the flight that changed history, Key Publishing brings you the complete story of humankind’s incredible efforts to break the bonds of Earth. Set over 100 high-quality pages, Space is a story of triumph, disaster, heroism, invention, and sheer, unbridled determination. Features include: • The Learning Years – Rocket powered research aircraft developed at the end of the Second World War pave the way for hypersonic flight and manned space flight. • Red Star in Orbit – Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to orbit the earth when his Vostok 1 spacecraft is launched on April 12, 1961. • Apollo Gets Ready – Mobilising a vast industrial machine, NASA brings together giant booster rockets and complex spacecraft ready for moon missions. • Back to the Future – Dreams of going to Mars, flights to the asteroids and privatised space flight give us a glimpse of the next 50 years of humans in space. And much, much more! Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.


Aeroplane traces its lineage back to the weekly The Aeroplane launched in June 1911, and continues to provide the best and most varied aviation coverage around. Aeroplane magazine is dedicated to offering the most in-depth and entertaining read on all types of historic aircraft. With an emphasis on flying machines from the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, the magazine features such icons as the Spitfire, Hurricane, Lancaster and many more. However, Aeroplane is also highly regarded for its regular articles on historic civil light aircraft and rarities that are scarcely covered elsewhere – making it the most balanced historic aviation monthly on the market. It is illustrated with exclusive archive photography from our massive collection of original glass-plate negatives, plus stunning colour air-to-air pictures of the world’s best restored aircraft. Regular series include the renowned Database section, offering in-depth coverage of a specific type. Database has now been running for over 10 years, enabling regular readers to build up a comprehensive reference source of many aircraft. Also inside every issue there’s the latest news from all around the world, historical accounts, a look back at how The Aeroplane reported on significant aviation milestones, events coverage, book reviews, Q&As and much more. Aeroplane magazine is the essential read for any aviation enthusiast.├├Key Publishing

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