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*** (Important notice: December 2012) This title is no longer published, no further issues will be released. Back issues can still be purchased. From January 2013 Classic Aircraft will be incorporated into Aviation News*** Classic Aircraft places its focus on the jet and propeller-driven types of the post-war years, covering the developments in military aviation and fascinating operations during the Cold War period, and the huge changes that swept through the airline world as mass air travel became a reality. But there's much more to the history in Classic Aircraft than that. We cover the heroes of World War Two, the inter-war period, World War One and the pioneer aviators; we also look at more recent aviation happenings with a unique historical slant, and report on the vibrant aircraft preservation scene. Whatever the subject, stunning archive imagery accompanies informed, in-depth, intelligent articles from authors passionate about aviation, including ‘behind the scenes’ first-hand accounts and revealing 'from the cockpit' stories. Every issue is also packed with the latest aircraft preservation news, event reports, opinionated columns and product reviews, while special free supplements throughout the year are not to be missed. For more information, visit www.classic-aircraft.net Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2012. All rights reserved.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2
Microsoft Flight Simulator Special Magazine Volume 2 - The Essential Guide to Airliners Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. Produced by the makers of PC Pilot - The World's Number 1 Flight Sim Magazine - this 100-page volume is jam-packed full of informative and invaluable articles and features - for both newcomers and seasoned veterans alike, who want to find out more about one of the most popular and exciting areas of flight simulation! Features Include: • Modern Airliners - The finest selection of high-tech airliner products. Including PMDG’s 747-400 and Captain Sim’s Boeing 767. • Classic Airliners – Flight Simulation allows us the opportunity to fly the true legends of aviation such as Concorde and Lockheed’s Constellation. • Simplified Airliners – Even flight sim beginners can experience the thrills of commercial flying. • Concorde to New York – Could you successfully guide the legendary supersonic airliner on a transatlantic flight? This guide shows you how. • Hardware guide – the essential products and add-ons to make your airliner experience as realistic as possible. Everything from monitors and joysticks to high-end computer systems is rated by our team of experts. And much, much more! Please note: This digital version does not include access to the CD ROM files received with the print edition. Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
Brought to you buy Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher Hornby is a monthly independent model railway magazine written by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. It takes a unique approach to railway modelling with both the relatively inexperienced and the seasoned modeller in mind. Focusing mainly on 00 Gauge but regularly featuring N gauge, Hornby Magazine was the first to offer step-by-step guides, giving modellers hints and tips on how to get the most from the hobby. The very best photography, latest news, reviews and features inspire and inform modellers of all abilities. Hornby is a great introduction to newcomers whilst keeping those returning to the hobby up-to-date with the latest technology and changes, presented in an easy to understand format. Regular features include: •National and international news on the latest developments in the railway modelling world. •Parker’s Guide – Phil Parker’s step by step guide to creating your own model railway layout, all the hints, tips and techniques any railway modeller would need. •Reviews – The latest products, locomotives, train sets, software and accessories from the likes of Bachmann, Hornby, Dapol, Heljan and Vitrains. •Show Guide – Shows, events and swap meets organised by model railway clubs, societies and associations. •Reality Check - Archive pictures of railways stations, rolling stock and the surrounding areas to help make your layout as realistic as possible. •Featured layouts – an in-depth look, using some spectacular photography, showcasing the very best layouts and dioramas in Britain and Europe. For more information, visit www.hornbymagazine.com Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © Copyright 2013. All rights reserved. Please note: Posters or wall planners are currently unavailable with the digital version. “HORNBY” is a registered trade mark of Hornby Hobbies Limited and is used under licence.
Aeroplane Classic Airliner
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.
Spitfire 75th Anniversary Special Magazine - Celebrating Britain’s Greatest Fighter Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. In this 75th Anniversary year, the publishers of FlyPast magazine present a special 100-page tribute to Britain’s greatest fighter and possibly the best known combat aircraft in the world. Using extensive archive images and artwork, renowned aviation writers and researchers present a salute to the Spitfire’s incredible heritage - past and present. Features include: • Stoke’s Famous Son – A tribute to R J Mitchell, designer of the Spitfire • Don’t Touch Anything - Supermarine’s new fighter was right from the start • Stars and Stripes - USAAF and US Navy use of the Spitfire • Distinguished Flying – The exploits of six Spitfire pilots, all of whom were awarded the DFC • Magic of the Merlin - The Merlin engine was crucial to the success of the Spitfire • From 1 to 47 - Spitfire and Seafire variants - data, details, how to tell them apart and survivors • Next Generation - The advent of the Spiteful, the Seafang and the jet age. • Spitfire ‘Aces’ - the men who had five or more ‘kills’ flying the Spitfire And much, much more! Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
Aviation News Magazine – The Past, Present and Future of Flight ├ ├Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. ├ ├As Britain’s longest established monthly aviation journal, Aviation News is renowned for providing the best coverage of every branch of aviation. Now incorporating Classic Aircraft, each issue features the latest news and in-depth features, plus first-hand accounts from pilots putting you in the cockpit. ├ ├Covering both modern military and civil aircraft, as well as classic types from yesteryear, it features subjects from World War Two, through the Cold War years to present day. Aviation News brings you the past, present and future of flight. ├ ├Regular features include: ├• Latest News - Comprehensive up-to-the-minute news covering the entire spectrum of aviation ├• Room with a View – A new series featuring airport hotels that offer fantastic views of aircraft ├• Tales from the Logbook – Experienced enthusiasts look back over memorable spotting trips from yesteryear ├• Airshow previews and reviews ├• What’s New – The latest products and technology for aviation enthusiasts ├• UK Airbase Movements – In-depth military aircraft movements from all UK bases ├• Air Traffic Control news ├• Regular special feature sections and supplements ├ ├And much, much more! ├ ├For more information, visit www.aviation-news.co.uk ├ ├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.
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