Back Issue: WW1 Aero #131 Now Available in Print and PDF Formats

131 122 pages – Langley; Wright Stuff II; Montgomery, cont’d; AJD project; Eole model (dwgs) Sopwith Camel restoration, dwgs variants; Cockpits XXVI; Museums (Weeks, Champlin); Archiv (radiators); Engines (Macomber rotary); Dwgs- 1910 Farman, Bleriot tailplane, Brandenburg C.I, OEFFAG R flyingboat; INDEX WW1 AERO #127-130

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New Issues of WW1 Aero and Skyways Now Available!

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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

Back Issue: WW1 Aero #171 Now Available in Print and PDF Formats

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MASTERY OF THE AIR; Romania in Av History; American Air Power I; Grigorovich M-24; Lozenge Fabric Development; Pilot Reports (Spad 7, Nieuport 11, Bristol F2B); Aircraft (Garland-Lincolns, Ansaldo A-1, Albany Flyer); Museums/Organizations; Gallery; Historiography; Cockpits & Instruments LXIII; Film; Archiv (R-plane hangars); Drawings (Goupy I, Sopwith Baby, Caudron R, DH-5, French lighting); Time’s Tarmac (St Louis Expo, kiting, Cleland crashes); Models; Publications; Letters (Bowers on thin airfoils); W&D; INDEX WW1 AERO #167-170

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Back Issue: WW1 Aero #169 Now Available in Print and PDF Formats

169144 pages – Cody Pt 1; Beachey; Farman F.40; Fokker Dr.I wing failures; Garland-Lincoln Nieuports; Aircraft (extant Thomas-Morse Scouts), Boulton-Paul P6, contd); Museums/Organizations (RAF Museum’s LVG C.VI, Old Rhinebeck); Engines (Benz Bz.4, Oberursel UR.2); Time’s Tarmac (early Romanian, 1st issue CROSS & COCKADE); Cockpits & Instruments LXI (Breguet XIV.B2); Models (Koutny’s peanuts, Cooper’s Snipe); Drawings (Caddo Field (HELL’S ANGELS) models, ZFM Nieuport 11, Alb ODD factory dwgs. Jenny wing assembly, Pégoud’s Bleriot XI, Avro 523 factory dwgs, Curtiss F5L, article on availability of FAA dwgs); Publications; W&D (original SE5 wings for sale; German Special WWI Collection Sale)

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New Issues of WW1 Aero and Skyways Now Available!

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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!

Back Issue: WW1 Aero #143 Now Available in Print and PDF Formats

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144 pages – Cole Palen; Historiography (John Morrow) Maxim’s Device; Curtiss Pushers I; Burgess XIV; Hubner; Roland D.VIb; SE5a Sqdn News; Pilot Reports (D.VIIIs, Sopwith Triplane, Nieuport 12); Cockpits XXXVIII; Archiv (German aero engines); Engines; Substituting for WW1 Engines; Problems with the 200hp French Hispano-Suiza; Time’s Tarmac (Vedrines-Astoux; de Bruyere C.l; Breda-Tebaldi-Zari); Museums; Dwgs (Staaken R.VI, misc 3-views, Fokker D.VII prop, compass); Models (1:1 Pensuti); Film (HELL’S ANGELS, cont’d); Letters; Publications

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Back Issue: Skyways #46 Now Available in Print and PDF Formats

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80 pages – Aeromarine 40 & 50 (inel cockpits); Curtiss-Wright CW-3 Duck; Details Curtiss TS-I; Aeromarine WM Mail Plane; Aoacostia Tests Consolidated 3 I; Fleetwings F-IOI; Mexicao Corsairs; Reproductions & Restorations; Models; ID UNK

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Back Issue: Skyways #45 Now Available in Print and PDF Formats

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80 pages – General Aviation GA-43 (incl Cockpit) & GA-38; Soversky X-BT; Menasco Engines, Pt 2; Fokker in the US Pt 2; Anacostia Tests Bellanca XSE-I; ID UNK; Models; Details Navy-Wright NW-l Racer

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Back Issue: WW1 Aero #130 Now Available in Print and PDF Formats

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122 pages – Herring; Burgess Pt VI, flyingboats; Augustus Herring; Historiography; Wright front elevator; Rossiya B; 3-views fr photographs; Gallery; IDX; Cockpits; Engines (80 Le Rhône); Dwgs (wing D.VIII, Aermacchi-Nieuport (dwgs) Museums (USAF Museum); Archiv (Richthofen-Fokker, exhaust systems, concl); Models; Film (WW1 avfiIms)

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Back Issue: WW1 Aero #129 Now Available in Print and PDF Formats

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119 pages – Colored hex fabric cover, full-sized; hex color system; Burgess Pt V; Lawrence & Jannus flyingboats; Channel Crossing 89; Alb D.Va structure; Musee de l’Air fire; passenger reports; Etrich Taubes; IDX; Archiv (exhaust stacks); Cockpits; Engines (200hp Clerget); Rotherham air pump; Propellers (Paragon, Flottorp dwgs); Dwgs (incl Morane-Saulnier BB, D.VII fus); Models (incl exp Fokker fighters); Film; Letters (incl original Rickenbacker letter)

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