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Air Enthusiast

Air Enthusiast
Editor William Green and Gordon Swanborough (1974 - 1990)
Ken Ellis (1991 - 2007)
Categories Military aircraft
Aviation
Frequency Bi-monthly
First issue 1974
Company
  • Finescroll Ltd.
    (May 1974 - 1989)
  • Tri-Service Press
    (May 1989 - 1990)
  • Key Publishing Ltd.
    (May 1991 - 2007)
Country Britain
Language English
Website http://www.airenthusiast.com/
ISSN 0143-5450

Air Enthusiast was a British, bi-monthly, aviation magazine, published by the Key Publishing group. Initially begun in 1974 as Air Enthusiast Quarterly, the magazine was conceived as a historical adjunct to Air International magazine. Air International was (and still is) involved with current aviation topics and the Quarterly concerned itself with historical matters.

Each issue contained 80 pages; as a result certain articles were divided and each part appeared over a number of issues. Air Enthusiast was illustrated with colour and black-and-white photos, diagrams, profiles and three-view drawings. Earlier issues featured cutaway drawings, but these were dropped. The articles provided detail for varieties of aircraft and events.

The magazine was published by three separate publishing companies and changed editors once, with William Green and Gordon Swanborough as joint editors for 16 years and Ken Ellis as the current sole editor of 16 years also.[1]

The magazine ceased publishing with issue #131, September/October 2007.[2]

References

  1. ^ UK Aircraft Magazines via http://www.aeroflight.co.uk
  2. ^ Air Enthusiast index via http://www.theaviationindex.com

External links

  • List of Air Enthusiast issues with article index


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