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Battle of Britain
Battle of Britain 70th Anniversary Special Magazine - A Tribute to ‘The Few’ Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. To mark the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, the editorial team at FlyPast magazine have assembled groundbreaking material from renowned aviation historians and writers to pay tribute to 'The Few'. In this perfect-bound 132-page special publication the epic struggle over the fields of England during the summer of 1940 is covered in detail, using a barrage of illustrations, including specially commissioned artwork. Features include: • Churchill's Few - The pilots and aircrew who fought in the 'Battle' • Their Finest Hour - All of the RAF and allied units that took part - and the present day RAF 'Battle' Squadrons and their heritage • A Hard-Fought Day – On August 15 the Luftwaffe launched in force against the north of England - Graham Pitchfork details how they were sent packing • Lest We Forget – A profile of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s Spitfire II • Luftwaffe order of battle - the massed forces facing 'The Few' • Battle Colours - RAF fighter heraldry and markings during 1940 • Visit the Battle - Guide to museums and other venues devoted to telling the story And much, much more! Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. 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.
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.
Vintage Roadscene - Britain's leading road transport history magazine. Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher. Published monthly, Vintage Roadscene takes readers on a nostalgic trip back to the good old days of motoring as it used to be, when any road journey was a grand adventure. In the 20th century, automobile, buses and commercial vehicles changed the way we all lived and the road system progressed from horse-carts on country lanes, to the eight lane motorways of more recent times. Vintage Roadscene, reflects on that wide-ranging history, using a team of transport historians presenting a series of lively, well-informed articles supported by unique period photographs. Its lively reader’s contributions help to produce further great articles told from the perspective of those that worked in the haulage industry as well as reminiscing childhood memories of family businesses. It truly is a trip down memory lane. Regular features include: • Rally Scene – a roundup of all the rallies, road runs and vehicle gatherings. • PSVs – This section looks at the buses and coaches which ran alongside commercial vehicles • Scenes Past – whether an ambulance, ice cream van or road transporter, if it went on the road, we cover it! • Manufacturer’s Scene – a historic focus on a key manufacture of its day. And much, much more! For more information, visit www.roadscene.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.
Airports International -The world’s number one airport magazine in circulation and readership Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. Airports International has reported on the airport industry since 1968 and has gained a reputation for keeping the industry abreast of the most significant international developments and technological innovations. The magazine offers a lively mix of features covering the construction, finance and management of the world’s most important airport development projects, as well as providing information on the technology that makes them tick. Regular industry reports analyse the current airport issues and provide well-researched information to aid the decision making process. The magazine is available free of charge to qualifying airport industry personnel and also by subscription for non-qualifying readers. Airports International is published 9 times a year. PLEASE NOTE: you will need to register and update your details on a periodical basis to receive. Regular features include: Headline News - The industry’s biggest stories Technology - Innovation and development Products and Services - Recent market entries Appointments - Important industry moves And much more! For more information, visit www.airportsinternational.com Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2014. All rights reserved.
Combat Aircraft Monthly – The World’s Favourite Military Aviation Magazine ├ ├Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. ├ ├Combat Aircraft Monthly is North America’s Best-selling Military Aviation Magazine. Renowned for its in-depth coverage of the world of military aviation, Combat Aircraft includes reports, expert briefings and special features on current military aircraft and industry matters. Illustrated with the finest images provided by the world’s leading aviation photographers, Combat Aircraft also links coverage of modern subjects with outstanding historical stories from World War II and the Cold War years, including rare archive imagery. ├ ├As well as being visually stunning, Combat Aircraft offers readers a large amount of detailed information and thought-provoking opinion on topical military aviation issues. ├ ├Combat Aircraft offers you unprecedented access into squadron crew rooms, and straps you into the cockpits of the world’s greatest military aircraft! ├ ├Combat Aircraft is packed with: ├ ├• The latest global military aviation news ├• In-depth air force reports ├• In-theatre battle and exercise coverage ├• World renowned air-to-air photography ├• Insights in weapons systems ├• Aerospace technology ├• Regular special feature sections and supplements ├ ├And much, much more! ├ ├For more information, visit www.combataircraft.net ├ ├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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