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JUL 20,  released 18/06/2020
(5 in stock)

Features: Qantas, Desert Cats, Sikorsky Skycrane

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Next Issue: AUG 20, Due:16/07/2020
A comprehensive guide to the past, present and future of aviation. Aviation News is exactly what anyone interested in flight has been looking for.

From passenger planes to fighters, 747s and Apache helicopters, these and far more all find their home in the pages of Aviation News. This magazine is filled with the latest news on all things flying, great in-depth features on specific models covering their current use and past history and interviews with the marvellous men who flew these fantastic machines, and all this is illustrated exceptionally well by the exquisitely shot and strikingly powerful photography. A must for any aviation buff.

Buy a single copy of AVIATION NEWS or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

Ah, to dream of flight. To fill our minds with majestic soaring, flickering to-and-fro up high above the clouds, with the merest hint of distance between us and the heavens, free from all worldly constraints, content to float where the breeze takes us, or perhaps to choose where any whim might take us and set off across the skies.

Sorry, I appear to have left my over-indulgent descriptive prose mode on. Easy mistake to make, I’ll just turn it off. Planes are quite impressive. Lumps of steel and aluminium achieving lift through carefully designed bodies and engines, ferrying both cargo and passengers from one location to another, as required.

Hmm, no, that won’t do either. I’ll leave it on about half-way. It really is something, to think that craft of such weight can defy gravity, and lift us up into the sky for such prosaic reasons as going on holiday, or bringing us fresh produce from some far-flung location. Maybe we don’t fully appreciate the majesty and sheer improbability of flight, and that is a shame. Perhaps next time I’ll leave the hyperbole on, it’s the least these marvels of engineering deserve. NB

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