New Issues of WW1 Aero and Skyways Now Available!


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 #221 – November 2014

100 pages – Pyramids! From The Height Of This Monoplane, 80 Horsepowers Look Down Upon You!: Three French Attempts To Fly To Egypt, 1913-14 (Part 1); Have a Fly With Me!: Bold Aeronauts Meet and Gleefully Predict! (Aero Club of America’s First Exhibition of Aeronautical Apparatus, January 1906); A Fokker For The Cradle; A Brand New, 100-Year-Old Rotary Engine; Drawings: 100hp Gnome Rotary; Aircraft: Aeroplane Collection Sopwith Snipe, Rebirth of a 1912 Taube (Update); Museums & Organizations: Military Aviation Museum’s 2014 Biplanes & Triplanes Air Show; Models; Aero Sim Flying (New Releases); Publications; Wants & Disposals

Skyways 108 – October 2014

80 pages – “The Depression Issue”: Curtiss Wright Junior, NC10996 – Brian Coughlin; The Financial Side – December 1929; Embarrassment of Riches; National Air Show Attendance – 1931; Editorial, Western Flying – May 1930; A Club Plan that Works; Operating Costs of Arrow Aircraft, May 1931; Price Isn’t Everything; Depression period aviation advertisements; The Lindbergh Bird – Then & Now; Eye Appeal; Men and Their Jobs; Merchant Jim’s Dollar Day; The Elastic Stop Nut; 2014 Airshow Photos – Paul Stevens; The Ordeal of the Naval Aircraft Factory PN9-1 – Jim Lund; Models – Claudio Luchina; Book Reviews – Claudio Luchina; W&D; Advertisements; How to get PDF and Print Issues of WWI AERO and SKYWAYS; New Merchandise from WWI AERO & SKYWAYS

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