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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.
Coast is Britain’s No.1 lifestyle magazine for those who have a particular fondness for the many varying aspects of the British coastline, both natural and man-made. As a magazine it covers coastal property, holidays, activities, such as: fishing, sailing, cycling, diving and walks, plus travel, recipes, products and interior ideas, garden and fashion. Coast appeals to the British love of the sea and gives readers a renewed appreciation of what is means to be an island nation. Stunning photography and quality editorial ensures you the trip of a lifetime.
Covering all areas of cold water and tropical fish keeping, this magazine exists to help readers choose the best fish for them. You will find out how to look after your fish, and the options open to you to progress in your hobby. You may want to keep amphibians and tank based reptiles like terrapins, from time to time we will look at a wide range of animals that we can recommend and make easy to keep with the best advice available.
The Company Profile series endeavours to cover all major British and American aircraft manufacturers from its formation to its demise (where appropriate) drawing photographic material from the Aeroplane/Kelsey photographic archive and the editor and author Martyn Chorlton. To a lesser extent (depending on the availability of material) other nation’s manufacturers will also be covered such as Germany, Italy and France. Each ‘Bookazine’ will be a 132 pages and entry will include a 400 to 500 word history made up of Development, History, Operational Service and Production. There will be a technical data panel, dissected into dimensions, weights and performance for each aircraft and a mini timeline as well. At the back will be four to six page section called ‘The Drawing Board’ or a designation/type listing as well. The former will cover projects that were only made on paper or just reached the mock-up or part-built stage.
Each issue of Jets brings you a broad mix of content ranging from the early war-time and experimental jet aircraft, through the cold war fighters and civil developments, bringing you right up-to-date with modern news and the preservation scene

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