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Mosquito Special Magazine - A celebration of de Havilland’s ‘Wooden Wonder’ Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. The de Havilland Mosquito is one of the most well-known and much-loved aircraft of World War Two. It fought with great success in all theatres during the conflict and served on with the RAF as a frontline fighter until 1952. Produced by Key Publishing’s award winning and industry respected team of aviation journalists, this perfect bound, 100-page Mosquito special tribute includes information on the variants, units and history of the aircraft, plus the brave crews that flew the type in combat. Features include: • Mossie in Colour - A portfolio of very rare colour photos from the Mosquito in service, from the RAF Museum archives • Mossie ‘Ace’ - The life of the RAF’s top-scoring night- fighter pilot, Wg Cdr Branse Burbridge • Mosquito Squadron Directory - Details of the units that have flown the ‘Wooden Wonder’ • ‘Mossie’ Museum - The history of the Mosquitos displayed at the de Havilland Aircraft Museum near London • In Detail - Double page cutaway drawing with data panel and technical specifications • Survivors - A guide to the surviving airframes around the world Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher Established for over 50 years, Modern Railways has earned its reputation in the industry as a highly respected, monthly railway magazine. Providing in-depth coverage of all aspects of the rail industry, from traction and rolling stock to signalling and infrastructure management, Modern Railways carries the latest news alongside detailed analysis. It is essential reading for industry professionals as well as individuals with a general interest in the state and developments of the British railway network. Modern Railways keeps its readers fully informed with detailed articles, informative features, and special issues throughout the year. Regular features include: • National and international news on the latest developments in the railway industry, including traction and rolling stock; infrastructure; signalling and control. • Roger Ford, the rail industry guru: his widely-acclaimed ‘Informed Sources' column strips away the PR hype to reveal what is really happening in the industry. • Trackwatch – An in-depth look at changes on the national rail network. • Moving Wheels – Keep informed on the changes to rolling stock with the latest fleet news. • Alan Williams -Inveterate traveller Alan Williams presents a railway user's viewpoint. For more information, visit www.modern-railways.com 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.
Royal Air Force 2011 Special Magazine - The Official RAF Annual Review Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. With articles written by RAF personnel and expert military aviation journalists, RAF 2011 is a 132-page special magazine that provides behind the scenes insight into the aircraft, equipment and people of one of the world's premier air forces. Features include: • Mastering the Typhoon - Find out what it takes to learn to fly and fight the RAF’s cutting-edge Typhoon • Operations in Afghanistan - The role the RAF is playing in Afghanistan is explained with articles featuring the Tornado GR4, C-130J, Merlin and Chinook • Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - RAF 2011 pays tribute to the servicemen who fought in the air during World War Two with a look at the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight • Tornado F3 - With the Tornado F3 fighter approaching retirement we cast an eye back over the aircraft’s career in the RAF and its role with the last unit to fly the type • First Among Nine – Squadron Leader Ben Murphy describes the role of ‘Red 1’ – leading the Red Arrows in a very challenging year And much, much more! Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
RAF Salute 2
RAF Salute Special Magazine Volume 2 - A Tribute to a World Class Air Force Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. Royal Air Force Salute Volume 2 is a 100-page tribute to the incredible heritage of the RAF. Produced by Key Publishing's industry-respected team with features from renowned aviation writers and researchers, it presents a unique blending of the history of the RAF and its present-day capabilities and assets. Features include: • Some of ‘The Few’ - Battle of Britain pilots came from all walks of life and across the globe. Air Cdre Graham Pitchfork selects seven to prove the point • Camm’s Warhorse – The first and last of the legendary Hawker Hurricanes • Cockpits compared – Two state-of-the-art fighters, Eurofighter Typhoon and Royal Aicraft Factory SE.5 – 92 years apart • Heading for a Century – Two Tornado GR4 units recently celebrated their 95th birthdays and both are playing a major role in ISAF operations in Afghanistan • Taking to The Silk – No.1 Parachute regiment might not be a household name, but it provides the only ‘real’ flying in the RAF • Systematic - The origin of unmanned aircraft with the RAF and today's complex remote systems And much, much more! How it works! Simply download the app and receive the special magazine completely free. Don’t forget to register for your Pocketmags account. This will protect your purchase in the event of a damaged or lost device. It will also allow you to view your purchase on multiple platforms. Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
Airliner Classics 2
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.
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.
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