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Airliner Classics 1
Airliner Classics Volume 1 Special Magazine - Celebrating the History of Commercial Aviation Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. The first edition of Airliner Classics, written by the industry-renowned Airliner World magazine editorial team, turns the clock back to bring the classic years of commercial flying back to life. From the Airbus A300 and Bristol Brabazon to vintage airlines such as Ansett Australia, Airliner Classics Volume 1 is a 100-page tribute to the golden years of aviation. Features include: • British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) – Formed 60 years ago and one of the forerunners of British Airways • News from the period – notable aviation events from the 1940s-1970s • Airbus A300 – The first of the European planemaker’s dynasty • KLM – Dutch national carrier celebrated its 90th anniversary in October 2009 • Ansett Australia – The story of Australia’s second largest airline • Bristol Brabazon – The first ‘Jumbo’. Ahead of its time or white elephant? • Birmingham Airport – The UK Midlands hub passes 70 years of operations • Fokker Factory – The delivery apron at Schiphol in 1970 • Sir Freddie Laker – Airline entrepreneur and pioneer of low-cost transatlantic travel with Skytrain • Lockheed Constellation – A distinctive tri-tailed propliner with worldwide sales success And much, much more! Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
100 Years of British Flight
100 Years of British Flight Special Magazine - Celebrating pilots and designers, innovation and determination Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. This 100-page special issue examines how aviation developed in Britain, showing how the UK’s industry started, then expanded during the war years, merged and eventually evolved into its current form. It also looks at the famous people behind the history-making machines. Features Include: • Gallery of Fame – Ken Ellis looks at the early aeronautical treasures held in London’s Science Museum • Fighting Spirit – British built fighters developed over the last 100 years are reviewed by Nigel Price • Bomber Biography – Jarrod Cotter gives an overview of the history of British-built bomber aircraft • Building The Airliners – Britain’s key role in shaping commercial aviation • Paper Planes – Britain’s designers have produced a large number of projects over the last 100 years – we take a look at four ‘what ifs’ • Rotary Revolution – From a slow start, the UK’s rotorcraft makers turned to international talent, and became world beaters • United We Stand – Joint projects started back with the Short brothers and remains at the heart of aviation today, Dave Willis takes up the story Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
Steam Days – Steam nostalgia and Railway History at its best Brought to you buy Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher. Wherever you live in the British Isles, Steam Days offers nationwide coverage of ‘The Golden Days of Steam'. In each monthly issue, the five main regions of Britain’s rail network are covered, offering something for everyone, building to create a complete picture of what it was like working and travelling on Britain’s steam railways. Top quality archive pictures, unrivalled editorial text and rare archive documents combine to make Steam Days the leading UK steam heritage magazine. For more information, visit www.steamdaysmag.co.uk Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2013. All rights reserved.
Vulcan Airborne Special Magazine - The return to the skies of a much-loved icon Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. Vulcan Airborne documents the full story of the challenging and complex return to flight restoration of this iconic aircraft. Over 84 high-quality pages, the team behind FlyPast magazine tell the complete story of the ultimate show-stopper. Features Include: • 21st Century Vulcan – After demob from the RAF, XH558 faced a new future as a civilian. Ken Ellis charts her return to flight • Life With The Vulcan – Flt Lt Jack Talliss remembers his eleven years with Avro’s superb delta • From The Left Hand Seat – What was Avro’s delta like to fly? Colin Dodds flew them for six years and reveals the aircrafts characteristics • Life And Times – A Vulcan timeline detailing its place in aviation and world history • The Magnificent 19 – Ken Ellis takes a look at the surviving Vulcans and their histories • The Road to Rio – After the in-flight refuelling probe fractured on the way back from the Falklands, XM597 had nowhere to go but Brazil • Three-raid Veteran – XM607, which flew three sorties to Port Stanley. Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
Classic Land Rover Magazine
Classic Land Rover Magazine - Buying, driving, modifying and restoring authentic classic Land Rovers. Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher. Classic Land Rover is an exciting new monthly magazine dedicated to Series and the classic Land Rovers. Written by enthusiasts, it is the complete guide to buying, owning, running, driving, repairing, modifying and restoring pre-nineties Land Rovers and Range Rover classics. Visually stunning with a contemporary design, Classic Land Rover combines the very best: restored Land Rovers, news and events, ‘how to’ technical features, historical articles plus off-road, greenlaning and overseas journeys. Regular features include: • Tech and Toolbox - sections dedicated to comprehensive workshop and practical Land Rover tasks. • Restoration features - classic Land Rovers enthusiasts have restored. • Vintage Britain – ‘out and about’ in interesting corners of Great Britain in classic Series Land Rovers. • Journeys - tales of adventure and accounts; off-roading and greenlaning and trips further afield to and from other continents. • Club Reports - classic Land Rovers in action at both national and club events. • Land Rovers for sale – free classified reader adverts section. • Latest News - news from across the classic Land Rover scene including parts, politics and clubs. And much, much more! For more information, visit www.classiclandrover.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.
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.
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