Our organization is proud to announce the release of our latest issues of WW1 Aero & Skyways, which are now available in both print and PDF formats! These new issues can be purchased by visiting our online store, where you can also find and a huge selection of back issues.
WW1 Aero #220 – August 2014
100 pages – A Summary of Daimler Aero Engines: Aircraft (Part 4); The Australian Vintage Aviation Society: Bringing Aviation Past Back to Life and Giving it a Future; Lt. Hans Böhning and Royal Bavarian Jagdstaffel 76; Restoring Old Rhinebeck’s Albatros D.Va; Pilot Report: Recollections of a First Flight in Old Rhinebeck’s Albatros D.Va; Aircraft: From the Cockpit – Craftlab Albatros D.III, Fred Murrin Projects, On the Camel Trail (Update); Museums & Organizations: TAVAS Acquires Johnson Monoplane; Shuttleworth S.E.5a Announcement; Shuttleworth B.E.2e Reproductions; Military Aviation Museum Fokker D.VII; Models; Publications; Wants & Disposals
Skyways 107 – July 2014
80 pages – Curtiss Tanager – Several articles relating to the “World’s Safest Plane” of 1930; Curtiss Tanager Scrapbook – Photos from the Cradle of Aviation Museum Archives; Curtiss Tanager in advertisements; Fate of the Tanager; Floyd Bennett Antarctic Flight Golden Treasures – The Floyd Bennett – Ford Trimotor NX4542 at the Henry Ford Museum; The Byrd Antarctic Fairchild FC-2W2; Early Seaplane Flying – Jane Rice; Long Island Seaplane Bases – Joshua Stoff; Ireland Privateer; Glenny & Henderson Gadfly; Meyers Midget; Douglas World Cruiser “Seattle II” – photos from Bob Dempster and Kurt Muller ; Milady Takes to the Air – Women in Avation in 1928; Models – Jim Lund, Models – Claudio Luchina; From the Board; W&D; Advertisements; How to get PDF and Print Issues of WWI AERO and SKYWAYS ; New Merchandise from WWI AERO & SKYWAYS!