Luftfahrtzeitschriften

Aero - 1956 Heft 1: Monatszeitschrift für das gesamte Flugwesen
7. Jahrgang

Aus dem Inhalt:
Frischer Wind im deutschen Motorflugsport
Vickers-900 "Vanguard"
Die "Vickers-Familie"
Englands Verkehrsflugzeugpolitik für das kommende Jahrzehnt
Comet-3 fliegt um die Welt
Bristol "Britannia" in Dienst gestellt
Fiat-Bristol Abkommen
Der Bundesverband der Deutschen Luftfahrt-Industrie (B.D.L.I.) berichtet
Jungfernflug der Fokker F-27 "Friendship
"Comet-2" als RAF-Transporter
Neue Flugzeuge
Neuses vom Weltluftverkehr
Inhaltsverzeichnis 6. Jahrgang 1955
Frye F-1 ein neuer amerikanischer Mehrzwecke-Transporter
Republic Aviation berichtet
Motorsegler RW-3
Unfallverhütung durch Pflege und Überwachung der Steuerseile
Aus der deutschen Wirtschaft und Industrie
Hochleistungssegler HKS-3

Zeitschrift
20 Seiten / pages
einige Abbildungen
München - 1956 - Aero-Verlag Hubert Zuerl
Art.Nr. 12732
6,00 EUR
 
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Aero - Vought - Ics


Magazine
many photos
some tears
East Hartford, Conneticut, USA - 1934 - Chance Vought Corporation
Art.Nr. 8860
25,00 EUR
 
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Aero Digest - 1947 - 08 - Volume 55 No. 2: including Aviation Engineering
Many interesting articles on aviation engineering like: Planning of Airline Hangars
Electronic Avigation to Date
Helicopter in Air Transport
All-Weather Approach Lighting
Evolving a new speed record
and hundreds of aviation advertisments.

Magazine
136 Seiten / pages
many pictures and aviation advertisments
inside good condition, cover damaged
New York, U.S.A. - 1947 - Aeronautical Digest Publishing Corp.
Art.Nr. 1109
22,00 EUR
 
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Aero Digest - 1948 - 03 March: including Aviation Engineering
Volume 56, Number 3. Published monthly.
Contents:
Editorials: The "America Last" Policy and Much Talk and No Money
Washington Information; Richard E. Saunders
Commercial Transport Trends ; I. M. Laddon
1948 Directory of Transport Aircraft
Personal Plane Prospects; Dwane L. Wallace
1948 Directory of Personal Aircraft
1948 Directory of Gliders
Air Meetings and Events
Air Force Procurement problems; Brig. Gen. H. A. Shepard
United States Air Force Planes
The Naval Aviation Program; Rear Adm. Alfred M. Pride
United States Navy planes
How's the Helicopter doing? - Lawrence D. Bell
1948 Directory of Rotary Wing Aircraft
Why No Guided Missiles – Yet; Albert B. Scoles, Rear Adm., USN (ret.)
Trends in New-Type Powerplants
Trends in Turbojet Design; R. P. Kroon
Turbojet Development and production problems; R. M. Hazen
The Prospect for Large Turboprops; Raymond W. Young
Turbine Propellers will be Different; George W. Brady
Pulsejet, Ramjet and Rocket Engines for Aircraft, William P. Munger
Development Facilities for Today's Engines; Wright A. Parkins
Compounding the Reciprocating Piston Engine; L. J. Fischer and W. O. Meckley
1948 Directory of Reaction Powerplants
1948 Directory of Piston Engines
1948 Directory of Propellers
Directory of Airframe and Powerplant Manufacturers
1948 Classified Index of Accessories (Airborne)
Directory of Accessories Manufacturers
Index to Advertisers

Magazine
160 Seiten / pages
many pictures and many pages of aviation advertisments
good condition
New York, U.S.A. - 1948 - Aeronautical Digest Publishing Corp.
Art.Nr. 13685
22,00 EUR
 
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Aero Digest - 1951 - 03 March: including Aviation Engineering
Volume 62, Number 3. Published monthly.
Contents:
12th Annual Directory
Aircraft
Military
Transport
Personal
Helicopters
Engines
Propellers
Industry
Airframe & Powerplant Manufacturers
Accessories Manufacturers
Departments
Aero News Digest
Index to Advertisers

Magazine
164 Seiten / pages
many pictures and many pages of aviation advertisments
inside good condition, same teas in cover
New York, U.S.A. - 1951 - Aeronautical Digest Publishing Corp.
Art.Nr. 13687
20,00 EUR
 
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AERO-Sport - 1963 Heft 5: Welt des Fliegens - Weltraumfahrt
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
12. Jahrgang

In diesem Heft lesen Sie:
Husarenstücke der Luft
Rätsel um Stuka-Explosionen aufgeklärt
Bell X-5
Das gestohlene Patent
und viele andere Artikel mehr...

Zeitschrift
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Neuenhagen bei Berlin, DDR - 1963 - Verlag Sport und Technik
Art.Nr. 13026
8,00 EUR
 
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AERO-Sport - 1968 Heft 5: Welt der Flieger
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
17. Jahrgang
Ausgabe Nr. 183

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Berlin, DDR - 1968 - Deutscher Militärverlag
Art.Nr. 16392
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AERO-Sport - 1969 Heft 11: Welt der Flieger
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
18. Jahrgang
Ausgabe Nr. 201

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Berlin, DDR - 1969 - Deutscher Militärverlag
Art.Nr. 13106
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AERO-Sport - 1969 Heft 12: Welt der Flieger
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
18. Jahrgang
Ausgabe Nr. 202

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Berlin, DDR - 1969 - Deutscher Militärverlag
Art.Nr. 13107
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AERO-Sport - 1969 Heft 3: Welt der Flieger
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
18. Jahrgang
Ausgabe Nr. 193

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Berlin, DDR - 1969 - Deutscher Militärverlag
Art.Nr. 13098
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AERO-Sport - 1969 Heft 4: Welt der Flieger
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
18. Jahrgang
Ausgabe Nr. 194

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Berlin, DDR - 1969 - Deutscher Militärverlag
Art.Nr. 13099
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AERO-Sport - 1969 Heft 7: Welt der Flieger
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
18. Jahrgang
Ausgabe Nr. 197

Zeitschrift
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Berlin, DDR - 1969 - Deutscher Militärverlag
Art.Nr. 13102
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AERO-Sport - 1969 Heft 8: Welt der Flieger
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
18. Jahrgang
Ausgabe Nr. 198

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Berlin, DDR - 1969 - Deutscher Militärverlag
Art.Nr. 13103
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AERO-Sport - 1969 Heft 9: Welt der Flieger
Hardt, Karl Heinz (verantwortlicher Redakteur)
18. Jahrgang
Ausgabe Nr. 199

Zeitschrift
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Berlin, DDR - 1969 - Deutscher Militärverlag
Art.Nr. 13104
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Aeroplane - 2000 July: Battle of Britain 60th Anniversary Souvenir Issue


Magazine
many photos
very good condition
London - 2000 - Aeroplane Monthly
Art.Nr. 17739
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2010 November
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine November 2010.

Content:
Jump. Fly. Land.
BY CARL HOFFMAN
So far Jeb Corliss has mastered two out of three.

Flying Bathtubs Seil Like Hotcakes
BY GILES LAMBERTSON
How a little sport like the Aeronca C-2 grew important enough to hang in museums.

Brooklyn's Jewel: Floyd Bennett Field
BY DAVID SHAFTEL
It was once Aviation Central. Then it became a ghost town. Can the National Park Service bring it back to life?

Throttle Down
BY TOM HARPOLE - PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVSD BURNETT
For 30 years, residents of Florida's Space Coast welcomed the roar of space shuttles. Now they brace forthesilence.

Just Shoot Me
BY JAMES DUNAWAY
In World War II, P-63 pilots had to learn to take it-and not take it personally.

Sidewinder
BY PRESTON LERNER
Why today's military pilots can fire and forget

Forbidden Planet
BY SAM KEAN
The solar system's least likely tourist attraction may soon receive a visitor from Earth.

Thrills! Chills! Mystery in the Air!
BY REBECCA MAKSEL
In the 1930s, Hollywood turned pilots into movie stars.

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2010 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 11916
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2010 September
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine September 2010.

Content:
The Truth Is Out There
BY WILLIAM B. SCOTT
...but in the isolated corner of Nevada known as Area 51, only a few have seen i t fly. And they aren't talking.

Lost in Space
BY TOM JONES
All those socks your dryer has been stealing? They might be on the International Space Station.

Cold Case
BY MICHAEL BEHAR
Some airplane crash sites remain hidden for years. Now a volunteer team of investigators is hunting them down.

The Curse of the Cargomaster
BY JOHN SOTHAM PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARK DUEHMIG
The first U.S. Strategie airlifter feil victim to perplexing behaviors that are still not fully understood.

The Force Is With Them
BY SAM KEAN
When spacecraft swing past Earth, something besides gravity takes the controls.

Department of Flying Saucers
BY CRAIG MELLOW
Bureaucrats tasked with following up UFO reports find coincidences between sightings and Hollywood film releases.

Missing Persons File
We update the searches for Charles Nungesser, Francois Coli, and all the usual suspects.

What Made Yuri Fall?
BY ANDREW OSBORN
The cause of the crash that killed Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.

The 727 That Vanished
BYTIM WR1GHT
One more intrigue that seemed to have 9/11 written all over it.

The Curious Case of Edgar Mix
BY REBECCA MAKSEL
Just as lighter-than-air flight was giving way to the airplane, a champion balloonist died mysteriously. Was it suicide or murder?

Cause Unknown
8Y LESTER A, REiNGOLD
Five airplane crashes the experts still can't explain.

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2010 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 11816
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2011 November
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine November 2011.

Content:
FEATURES:
Rough Riders - Five bushplanes that get pilots in - and back out of-some of the wildest places on the planet.
BY TOM LECOMPTE
The Lodi Rocket Rebels - Hijinks on a high school rocketry club's trip to the nationals.
BY PHIL SCOTT
Byline: Ernie Pyle - Before he traveled with the infantry, World War II's most famous correspondent wrote about aviation.
BY REBECCA MAKSEL
SABRE STORIES:
Mind If l Borrow It? - When an Air Force mechanic took off in an F-86 Sabre, a more urgent question was: How will you get it back?
BY PAUL D. MATHER
Could You Fly a Sabre? - Trying on the famous fighter hasn't gotten any easier.
BY PAUL HOVERSTEN
Lost in America - If you or someone you love flies a small airplane, read this story.
BY MICHAEL BEHAR
CANCELLED: WINDECKER EAGLE
Just One Word: Plastics - The world's first all-composite airplane may fly again.
BY STEPHEN JOINER
D'oh! 10 Goofs in Space - Some situations even astronauts can't train for.
BY PAUL HOVERSTEN - ILLUSTRATION BY DAVID CLARK
Karachi to Bombay to Calcutta - As India traveled the road to independence, one man led the way for its people to travel by air.
BY DAVID SHAFTEL
Last Men Out - A new book reveals the chaos and close calls faced by the Marines tasked with the exit from Vietnam.
BY BOB DRURY AND TOM CLAVIN
and more...

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2011 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 16431
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2011 September
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine September 2011.

Content:
FEATURES:
Leaping Lunar Landers! - \ The next craft to land on the moon may veer from the standard land-and-roll to a drop-and-hop.
BY MICHAEL BELFIORE
The Changing of the Guard - Air National Guardsmen talk about mission creep - and their Service since 9/11.
INTERVIEWS AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ED DARACK
TRUE GRIT: AVIATION'S STORIES OF DETERMINATION:
The First Across the Continent - Cal Rodgers may have lost his way at times but never his nerve. His young assistant recalls the adventure.
BY CHARLES WIGGIN, AS TOLD TO HOWARD EISENBERG
The Raiders Remember - Their B-25s, the sinke on Japan, and their lost comrades.
BY PAUL HOVERSTEN - PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT SEALE
Stranded - How one downed airplane turned into three and left a dozen airmen praying for rescue.
BY EDWARD J. FARMER
Heroes in the Tower - When there's trouble in the cockpit, nothing sounds better than a steady voice on the ground.
BY MICHAEL KLESIUS
Distance Runners - UAVs have found the secret to long life: Stay skinny. Soak up the sun.
BY MICHAEL MiLSTEIN
Lieutenant Ivan Baranovsky's P-39 - After 65 years, it came home - with a story to tell.
BY TIM WRIGHT
and more...

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2011 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 16432
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2012 January
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine January 2012.

Content:
FEATURES:
1 Visionary + 3 Launchers +1,500 Employees = ? - Will the strategies of SpaceX founder Elon Musk add up to cheap access to space?
BY ANDREW CHAIKIN
A Pearl Harbor Mystery - How a 1940s Interstate Cadet trainer sent a famous airshow pilot on a journey to find a kindred spirit.
BY JOHN FLEISCHMAN
The Kids Are Trying to Crash - It's the only way to fly high-strung, remote-control models if you want to be Extreme Flight champion.
BY PRESTON LERNER - PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARK FADELY
HOW THINGS WORK:
Dropping in on Mars - Landing a one-ton laboratory on another planet takes ingenuity - and a good braking system.
BY TONY REICHHARDT - ILLUSTRATION BY HARRY WHITVER
Design by Rutan - A retrospective of Burt Rutan's high-performance art.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY JIM SUGAR
Pointer & Shooter BY OEBBIE GARY - A pilot-photographer pair proves once again: Two heads are better than one.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY JIM KOEPNICK - FLYING BY BRUCE MOORE
The Second-Moon Theory Were there once two moons in Earth's sky?
BY DAMOND BENNINGFIELD
The Other Air Forces - If you could judge a country by its flying force...
STORY ANO ILLUSTRATIONS BY BRUCE McCALL
The Candle Lighters - What it was like in the blockhouse the day a team of missileers launched Alan Shepard into space.
BY TONY REICHHARDT PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL R. BROWN
and more...
.mars.

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2012 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 16430
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2012 July
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine July 2012.

Content:
Bullet Man - Felix Baumgartner's summer travel plans: a 24-mile trip - straight down. BY MARK BETANCOURT
Typhoon Watch - All eyes are on the Eurofighter; too bad some are looking at it on radar screens. Is stealth essential? BY CARL POSEY
My Other Vehicle Was a Spacecraft - Shuttle veterans find happiness at slower speeds. BY PHIL SCOTT PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT SEALE
Time to Climb - Designed to intercept, a Yak-3U leaps at a world record. BY GEORGE C. LARSON PHOTOGRAPHS BY LYLE JANSMA
The Quiet Revolution - Shhhh! Dreamliner manufacturing zone. BY STEPHEN JOiNER
Cancelled: Meet the Beetle! When tail sitters were the rage, France built the weirdest. BY JEREMY DAVIS
Satellite in a Week - Can a small office in the Department of Defense change the ways of the aerospace establishment? BY TODO NEFF
Hitch Hikers - Two airplanes aren't always better than one. BY LYNN KEILLOR
and more...

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2012 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 13789
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2012 March
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine March 2012.

Content:
FEATURES:
World's Highest Laboratory - At NASA's outpost in space, the new priority is Earth.
BY GUY GUGLIOTTA
100 Years of Marine Aviation - From the Corsair to the Hornet, 10 airplanes teil the history of the Marine Corps in the air.
Air Candy PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAX HAYNES
A photo-essay to make your mouth water.
At the B-17 Co-op - Like bomber crews on 100-plane raids, today's B-17 owners find strength - and survival - in numbers.
BY BRENDAN McNALLY
Extraterrestrial Outfitter - Eric Anderson has created a vacation package that will send travelers over the moon.
BY MICHAEL BELFIORE
World War II: The Movie - How Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart, and a Hollywood band of brothers contributed to the war effort.
BY MARK BETANCOURT
CANCELLED:
SeaMonsters of the Navy - The Navy wanted a nuclear bomber of its own; the Glenn Martin Company thought, Why not aflying boat?
BY MARK WOLVERTON
Or Die Trying - In the early 1900s, airplane inventor was the world's most dangerous Job.
BY PAUL GLENSHAW
DEPARTMENTS
Viewport
Letters
What's Up
Soundings
In the Museum
Above & Beyond
Flights & Fancy
Sightings
Reviews & Previews
Forecast
Credits
Moments & Milestones

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2012 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 16429
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2012 November
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine November 2012.

Content:
Intensive Air - For those critically wounded in combat, U.S. military aircraft go the extra mile. BY MICHAEL KLESIUS
Printed in Space - How to save weight on a journey to Mars: Make only the tools you need - on the way. BY MARK BETANCOURT
Cuba Durinq the Missile Crisis - 50 years ago, few Cubans knew ' the whole world was watching. BY RAFAEL LIMA
RESTORATION - Carpenter's Special: de Havilland
D.H.98 Mosquito - Never has there been a more successful warplane made of wood. BYGRAHAMCHANDLER
Ode to the Bubble - The first helicopter to fly a U.S. president may be the last helicopter to retire. BY MARK HUBER
Pint-Size Sky Watchers - What can a small telescope possibly discover? Half a million near-Earth asteroids, for Starters. BY DAMOND BENNINGFiELD
And the Oscar Goes to...the Airplane! - Were you fooled by these Hollywood fakes? BY PRESTON LERNER
Who Was Fatty Pearson? - Some stories that Royal Air Force pilots circulated about him may not be wholly true. The one written by Ernest Hemingway was. BY TIM BELKNAP
and more...
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Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2012 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 13791
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2012 September
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine September 2012.

Content:
Secret Pete - At the Reno air races, pilots know that to go fast, you have to stay cool. That's where Pete Law comes in. BY PRESTON LERNER
Do we need Astronauts? - How long will humans remain better than robots at exploration? BY JAMES R. CHILES
Cancelled: Princess, Dethroned - A British aircraft Company could not give up the ship. BY STEPHAN WILKINSON
HOW THINGS WORK: Space Station Steering - Pilots on board. And they can fly that thing. BY ROGER MOLA AND TONY REICHHARDT
Burt Rutan's Favorite Ride - The Boomerang could be the safest twin ever built. BY STEVE SCHAPIRO
l WAS THERE - "The Tremendous Potential of Rocketry" - Jimmy Doolittle remembers the birth of the U.S. space program. BY WILLIAM D. PUTNAM AND EUGENE M. EMME
Airman Down - Rescue aircraft are different today, but "surrender" is still a dirty word. BY STEPHEN JOINER
Not Fade Away - Saving a hangar that housed Curtiss trainers and Vought Corsairs. BY RICHARD MALLORY ALLNUTT
Wonderful Ones - At the nation's air and space museum, 15 singular - and well loved - airplanes. BY PATRICIA TRENNER
and more...

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2012 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 13790
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2013 June/July
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine July 2014.

Content:
Where Have All the Shuttle Engineers Gone?
To new, sometimes surprising Jobs.
BYJEREMY DAVIS

Panthers At Sea
Grumman maintained its "Iron Works" ethic as it pushed its line of legendary cats into the Jet Age.
BY DAVID NOLAND

Meanwhile, on a Planet Nearby...
We now believe that billions of Earths are out there...and a lot closer than we thought.
BY BRUCE LIEBERMAN

SPECIAL CENTENNIAL SALUTE:
Alaska and the Airplane
With few roads and six times more pilots per capita than any other state, Alaska has had a long, adventurous aviation history.

The Pilots of Mount McKinley
Only with years of experience - and permission from the National Park Service - can you land on the glaciers of Denali.
BY LARRY LOWE

Water World
Business and pleasure at the world's largest seaplane base.
BY CARL POSEY

Alaska's Crash Epidemie
There was a fatal airplane crash every nine days - until this small group did something about it.
BYGREG FREIHERR

l WAS THERE
Janet Evans
From an Apollo astronaut's wife: Houston, we have a neighborhood.
INTERVIEWED BY JENNIFER ROSS-NAZZAL
and more...

Magazine
many photos
good condition
Washington D.C. - 2013 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 15227
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2014 January
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine January 2014.

Content:
SPECIAL REPORT:
The Laser Threat - The green flashes in cockpits have caught the attention of the FBI.
BY CHRISTINE NEGRONI
Adventures in PsyOps - A different kind of carpet-bombing in Vietnam.
BY WINSTON GROOM
Right This Way to the Space Station - NASA saw scientists who wanted to conduct studies in zero-G; this new Company saw customers.
BYHEATHERGOSS
EARLY JETSSERIES:
MiG! - How the first Soviet jet fighter stopped the mighty B-29 in Korea.
BY STERKEN JOINER
Interstellar - Though it could take 1,000 years and the spaceship that could do it hasn't been invented, scientists still study ways of getting to the Stars.
BY DAMOND BENNINGFIELD
He Flew the Motherships - In the golden age of X-planes, a self-effacing test pilot was unique.
BY CARL POSEY
The Great War Gallery - World War I: Photos from Britain's Imperial War Museums.
and more...

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2014 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 14467
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2014 March
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine March 2014.

Content:
The new Astronauts: What the Job Means Now
Best Landing Place for Alien Spacecraft?
The DEFCON Diaries: Four Tense Moments
How to Tame a Viper: The F-16 Story

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2014 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 14535
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2014 May
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine from May 2014 with the 8 page article: "The Spacewalk that almost killed him - How Luca Parmitano survived the scariest wardrobe malfunction in NASA history [by Tony Reichhardt]"

Also in this issue:
Cops and Robots - Will drones be the next patrol cars?
BY MARK BETANCOURT
A Slow Boat to Space - Launching one pound to orbit: $ 10,000. Taking a kid's science project to 100,000 feet: priceless.
BY MARK KARPEL
Comet Chaser - After 10 years of bouncing around the solar System, Rosetta is closing in on the comet it's been stalking.
BYGUYGUGLIOTTA
Solo Around the World - Fifty years later, Geraldine Mock remembers the highlights of the longest flight she ever made.
NTERVIEWED BY AMY SAUNDERS
Old, Bold Pilots - Hard scrapes and miracles from a cumulative 100,000 hours of flying.
BY STEPHEN JOINER
What fighter pilot used gum on his windscreen as a gunsight? - Find out in a new book of air and space trivia
CANCELLED: The Puzzle of Vertical Takeoff - Hope for a Jump jet springs eternal.
BY CHAD SLATTERY
The Most Talented Aviation Pioneer You've Never Heard Of
And how he outdid the Wrights.
BY PAUL GLENSHAW
Save this King Air!
Technically Speaking - Ramjets and scramjets
Above & Beyond He's up; he's down: flight through a storm
Flights & Fancy
Air Controller exams
One More Thing: One of the oldest surviving World War I bombers

Magazine
many photos
good condition
Washington D.C. - 2014 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 14551
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2014 September
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine September 2010.

Content:
French Racing Blue - Ettore Bugatti built fast cars. His one airplane was never tested — until now. BY PRESTON LERNER
Solved: The Mystery of the MiG-29 - MiGs had been the equal of U.S. fighters. Would the -29 be better? BYJOHNSOTHAM
CANCELLED - Chubby in a Vicious Way - The Gregor FDB-1 fighting biplane. BY GRAHAM CHANDLER
The Great Big, Beautiful Tomorrow - A view from the first World's Fair of the Space Age, predicting a Jet pack in every garage. BY ALLEN ABEL
Barefoot Pilots of the Maldives - Why floatplane pilots and de Havilland Twin Otters prefer this South Asian archipelago. BY DAVID SHAFTEL
The Incredible Shrinking Space Program - Planetary explorers smaller than your microwave oven. BY MARK BETANCOURT
Special Introductory Airplane - Since the 1950s, airplane builders have tried to make prospective pilots offers they can't refuse. BY GEORGE C. LARSON
Diary of a World War I Ace - A young pilot's mementos from a German prison. BY REBECCA MAKSEL

Magazine
many photos
very good condition
Washington D.C. - 2010 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 14641
4,00 EUR
 
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Air & Space - 2015 August
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine August 2015.

Content:
Broughtto You by Drones - Seven reasons the author thinks it can be done - and soon.
BY REBECCA MAKSEL
How to Start a Hurricane - The long, scientific search for the trigger.
BY MARK BETANCOURT
The Last American Aces - A Congressional gold medal and a few terrifying memories.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT SEALE
The Next World Speed Record - Has a young Brazilian professor created the fastest raceplane in its class?
BY ERIC STEWART
I Was There: Conf essions of a Station Astronaut - An ex-spaceman talks about sins against mission control.
INTERVIEWED BY MICHAEL CASSUTT
China Needs Pilots - Pilots need English. How an Arizona school serves both needs.
BYARIELLEEMMETT
Space Souvenirs - Some Apollo collectibles are very moving; others are just plain disgusting.
BY RACHEL MANTEUFFEL
The Jumbo Flies an Airshow - The Boeing 747, like you've never seen it fly.
BY CHRISTINE NEGRONI
The Birdman of Topeka - Meet the inventor who had a longer impact on the U.S. airplane industry than the Wrights.
BY GiLES LAMBERTSON
Viewport: The CH-46 Phrog
Letters
What's Up: Light in August
Soundings Gooney Bird saved
Bill Sweetman - Technically Speaking: Sonic Cruiser, loser
NEW: Solar System Chatter Reports from out there
Above &. Beyond - Out of Africa
Oldies & Oddities - Camo by the acre
In the Museum - Good Samaritan drone
Reviews & Previews - Books, apps, movies
Contributors
Forecast - Coming in future issues
One More Thing - Not just anynine-cylinder radial

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Air & Space - 2015 March
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine March 2015.

Content:
F-4 Phantom - The last Ace Maker
Any Mission at Mach 2 - A simple claim can be made for the F-4 Phantom II: No other fighter has done more.
BY STEPHEN JOINER
Hellfire Meets Predator - And a lowly reconnaissance drone was transformed.
BY RICHARD WHITTLE
Last Stop in the Solar System - This July, from three billion miles away, a spacecraft will send the first close-ups ever seen of Pluto.
BY ANDREW CHAIKIN
Airline Merger Wars - Before the ink is dry, the fighting begins.
BY JOHN SOTHAM
CANCELLED: Last of the Great Flying Boats - As capable and versatile as it was, the Convair Tradewind had a fatal flaw.
BY ROBERT BERNIER
UAV U - Getting a degree in drones.
BY PRESTON LERNER
Astrophysical Fitness - Where does it hurt? After a long visit to space, everywhere.
BY GUY GUGLIOTTA
The Final Flight of Extortion 17 - What a helicopter crash revealed about the war in Afghanist
BY ED DARACK
and more...

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Air & Space - 2015 May
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine May 2015.

Content:
70 Years Since Victory
A History of the War in 25 Airplanes
- Why some were great and some were not - and the battles that made them all famous.
How to Become a Ball Turret Gunner
- Machines that gave bomber crews a hint of what they were in for.
BY DAVID SEARS
The Army Back Home
- Facts, figures, and exploded myths about the biggest industrial boom in U.S. history.
BY ROGER A. MOLA
The Day After D-Day
Step 1: Take the beach.
Step 2: Call in the P-47s.
BY RICHARD P. HALLION
I was There - Voices of the Veterans
- During World War II, the real power was not in the machines, but in the people.
The War's Oddest Dogfight
- Two bombers went at it off the coast of Portugal.
BY RICH TUTTLE
Kursk
- Stukas and Sturmoviks were as important to the war in the East as the Tigers, Panthers, and T-34 tanks.
BY RALPH WETTERHAHN
What the Movies Taught Us About World War lI
- Our reviewer picks the best World War II movie ever made. (You'll never guess what it is.)
BY CHRIS KLIMEK
Can Reusable Launchers be so hard?
BY BILL SWEETMAN
and more...

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Air & Space - 2015 May
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine July 2015.

Content:
See the World From 100,000 Feet
- Ascend in a richly appointed capsule for a view fit for an astronaut. Champagne, anyone?
BY MARK BETANCOURT
War Within a War
- Against 1950 North Korea, U.S. leaders tested the limit of nuclear threat.
BYCARL A. POSEY
Delicious Airline Food. Really.
- Served on a 747 sitting in a warehouse in where eise? LA.
BY PHIL SCOTT
Winners
- Magic frorn our photo contest.
The Universe Is Ringing
- A new astronomy of Underground detectors and miles-long waves.
BY MATTHEW FRANCiS
An Aircraft Carrier's Cable Guys
- Take the worry out of landing on a ship.
BY ROGER A. MOLA
The Rechne of Civilization
- Complex, evolving, hated: an investigation of the humble airliner seat.
BY TOM VANDERBILT
Take Off in 50 Feet
- Pilots compete for a bushplane title: Best in STOL
BY PRESTON LERNER
and more...

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Air & Space - 2015 September
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine September 2015.

Content:
Bring the Fallen Airmen Home - Restorers of WWII aircraft search for the crews who died flying them.
BY DAVID SEARS
Disaster Prevention in a Gulfstream - Before the levees break: A bizjet with a radar looks for trouble.
BY ALEXANDRA WITZE
15 Years of Living in Space - Captain's log from the largest spacecraft ever built.
Russian Territory - What have the world's first spacefarers brought to the International Space Station? Patience.
BY ANATOLY ZAK
Space Station ER - NASA astronauts are paragons of fitness. Good thing
BY TIM WRIGHT
The Future of Construction in Space - Hint: Air pump required.
BY BRUCE LIEBERMAN
Huey Pilots: Where the Heroes Were Made - Basic training for a hazardous Job.
BY JAMES R. CHILES
Love Letter to the 747 - A flight in an empty jumbo jet can change your perspective.
BY MARK VANHOENACKER
Where Did Max Miller Die? - In 1920, the first civilian airmail pilot crashed in a New Jersey field, but visiting the site today, you'd never know it happened.
BY JOHN FLEISCHMAN
Departments :
Viewport: Lessons from the Station
Letters
Soundings - ePower across the Channel
Solar System Chatter - Reports from out there
Bill Sweetman: Technically Speaking - The one before the Dreamliner
Oldies & Oddities: Corsair vs. Corsair
In the Museum: Balloons everywhere
Sightings: Aviation, Poland-style
Reviews & Previews
Contributors
Forecast
One More Thing: Glenn Curtiss, easy rider

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Air & Space - 2016 August
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine August 2016.

Content:
How Many People Does It Take to Build a Bizjet? - Meet the army of workers who fuss over Gulfstream's G650.
BY JOE SUGARMAN
Inventingthe Invisible Airplane - It started with an artist - just 13 years after the Wrights first flew.
BY NICK D'ALTO
The Airshow Star's Diet and Exercise Plan - Think of it as the 7G workout
BY DAN PIMENTEL
Welcome to the Night Shift - For this World War II fighter, darkness switched allegiances.
BYSTEPHEN JOINER
Boeing, Unpacked - A rummage through the airplane maker's attic.
TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHAD SLATTERY
Kepler'sChildren - The Kepler telescope has helped create a new field of astronomy.
BY TONY REICHHARDT
The Impossible Flight - Why it once took 27 days (and why Qantas has no "u").
BY BRIAN VAN DE WATER

Viewport: The man who mastered the Black Widow
Letters
What's Up Monster airplane
Soundings: Bug spray; Earth gazer; and the Collier goesto...
Solar System Chatter: Star death video
Above & Beyond: T-6 ride
Oldies & Oddities: Replica Spirit
In the Museum: To the rescue
Sightings: Odd couple
Reviews & Previews: 5...4...3...2...Gone
Contributors
Forecast
One More Thing Biplane to beat

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Air & Space - 2016 January
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine January 2016.

Content:
"The Best-Built Airplane That Ever Was" - The North American T-6: Can the air forces of 60 nations be wrong?
BYPAUL GLENSHAW
Almost Like Being There - Going to Mars is expensive and scary, so let's bring Mars to us.
BY TONY REICHHARDT
I was There: A FighterPilot at Pearl Harbor - His first warnings: a buddy screaming and a dive bomber flying outside his bedroom window.
INTERVIEW BY R!CH TUTTLE
Mystery Star - Every five and a half years, one of the most baffling stars in the sky gets even wilder.
BY DAVID DEVORKIN
Fly to Save the Earth - When conservationists see damage from the window of a small airplane, they can also see how to stop it.
BY ZOE KRASNEY
Boeing: A Century of Flight - The Company that gave us the 787 and the International Space Station has a big birthday.
NASA Turns on the Juice - ...and discovers that electricity makes better airplanes.
BY GEORGE C. LARSON
The Lives They Saved - A new documentary reunites medevac pilots with the wounded men they rescued in Vietnam.
BY MORTON DEAN
Viewport - The long arm of education
Letters
What's Up - Monumental mural
Soundings One - Mustang, three awards
Bill Sweetman Technically Speaking: Elementary, Watson
Solar System Chatter
Above & Beyond - Superbowl on high
Oldies & Oddities - An FQF flies itself
In the Museum
Space time continuum
Sightings Antonov An-12, inside and out
Reviews & Previews - Air disasters and space travel
Contributors
Forecast
One More Thing - Stardust catcher
.mars.

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Air & Space - 2016 May
Complete issue of the "Air & Space" magazine May 2016.

Content:
Let's Go Antiquing - Ten early airplanes and the pilots who dare to fly them.
BY PHIL SCOTT
Scramble Seawolves! - Why these Hueys were unique.
BY ROBERT BERNIER
Meet the Drone That Staked Out Osama bin Laden's Neighborhood - A secret piece of the intel puzzle.
BY ED DARAGK
LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE SPECIAL:
On the brink of the biggest discovery in human history.
Would We Know Alien Life lf We Saw lt?
BY TRUDY E. BELL
Life Among the Gas Giants
BY CRAIG MELLOW\
Born to Race - How scratchbuilt raceplanes came within a hair of beating the Reno warbirds.
BY ERIC STEWART
Campaign by Helicopter - Advice to candidates: Get yourself a whirly bird like LBJ's.
BY JAMES R. CHILES
SIGHTINGS
3O Years of Air & Space
Record flights and X-planes, news from the International Space Station, the story of the first jet aircraft. For 30 years, we've traveled through the universe off aviation and spaceflight.
DEPARTMENTS
Viewport Feats of Imagination
Letters
What's Up - BUFF stalk
Soundings Indoor airshow
Bill Sweetman: Technically Speaking - Pointy end first
Solar System Chatter
Ringtheory
Above & Beyortd
Rogue U-2
In the Museum - Apollo astronaut James Lovell
Reviews & Previews - The space shuttle's first test
Contributors
Forecast
One More Thing - Flea control

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Washington D.C. - 2016 - Smithsonian Institution
Art.Nr. 16968
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Air BP - number 45: The Journal of the International Aviation Service of the BP Group
Taylor, John W.R. (Consultant Editor)
Contents:
The shape of things to come
The Cub in my life
Airline insignia 42 - Eastern Airlines
Editorial
Fighters RN
Music with wings
Insatnt icing for helicopters
Journey to Russia
Testing the Dornier Do 31

Magazine - large format glossy cardboard
32 Seiten / pages
many photos and illustrations
very good condition
London - 1968 - The British Petroleum Company Limited (BP)
Art.Nr. 11554
10,00 EUR
 
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Air BP - number 47: The Journal of the International Aviation Service of the BP Group
Taylor, John W.R. (Consultant Editor)
Contents:
Munich's Museum recalls the early days
TIFS
Moonshine
Hydrants updated
Cottleston Pie
Airline insignia 44 - British European Airways
Editorial
An aerial adventure - the Shuttleworth's Boxkite replica flown by Neil Williams
Channel Islanders

Magazine - large format glossy cardboard
32 Seiten / pages
many photos and illustrations
very good condition
London - 1969 - The British Petroleum Company Limited (BP)
Art.Nr. 11557
10,00 EUR
 
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Air BP - number 48: The Journal of the International Aviation Service of the BP Group
Taylor, John W.R. (Consultant Editor)
Contents:
The Wallis theme (Sir Barnes Wallis)
Airline insignia 45 - CP Air
Editorial
Progress in pressure control -part one
Tequila and the solid gold airmail
Clouds
Some like it hot - The A-11, YF-12A and the SR-71
Icarus mystery solved at last

Magazine - large format glossy cardboard
32 Seiten / pages
many photos and illustrations
very good condition
London - 1969 - The British Petroleum Company Limited (BP)
Art.Nr. 11560
10,00 EUR
 
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Air BP - number 49: The Journal of the International Aviation Service of the BP Group
Taylor, John W.R. (Consultant Editor)
Contents:
The Turbulence hunters
Seven Mechanical Birds and an Iron Fly
Airline insignia 46 - Martinair Holland
Editorial - 132 accidents in 1968 in the US due to fuel exhaustion
Cranfield's Highest Classroom
Space Age Airport - Geneva Cointrin
Film Pilot
Progress in pressure control - part two
The Thirteen-month Years of Father Bob

Magazine - large format glossy cardboard
32 Seiten / pages
many photos and illustrations
very good condition
London - 1969 - The British Petroleum Company Limited (BP)
Art.Nr. 11562
10,00 EUR
 
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Air BP - number 51: The Journal of the International Aviation Service of the BP Group
Taylor, John W.R. (Consultant Editor)
Contents:
Editorial
AWA - the story behind the "Jane's All the World's Aircraft"
Airline insignia 48 - Overseas National Airways
Nature's aeroplanes
Jet Fuels
Venice and its airshow
North of the Polarsirkelen
Chicken Gun - testing for bird strikes

Magazine - large format glossy cardboard
32 Seiten / pages
many photos and illustrations
very good condition
London - 1970 - The British Petroleum Company Limited (BP)
Art.Nr. 11565
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Air BP - number 53: The Journal of the International Aviation Service of the BP Group
Taylor, John W.R. (Consultant Editor)
Contents:
editorial
Coming soon - the Aquaport (planning for London's third airport: off-shore)
Just the day for STOL
Bartolomeu de Gusmano
Living Fuel
He 178 - the development of the first German jet aircraft
Hail: and the world of the shot-peen special
Airline insignia 50 - Bavaria Fluggesellschaft
Hungary's aviation history on stamps

Magazine - large format glossy cardboard
32 Seiten / pages
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very good condition
London - 1970 - The British Petroleum Company Limited (BP)
Art.Nr. 11568
10,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 13: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Dornier Do X - the great white Wal
Wellington at War
Miles M.52 - the supersonic dream
Portugal's fighters 1940-1952
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1980 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17415
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Air Enthusiast - 14: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
The Boeing P-26 chronicle
HP Hampden Operations
Rescue at Ban Phanop
Halberstadt Fighters
Constellation Story
... and more ...

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80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1980 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17416
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Air Enthusiast - 15: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Handley page Halifax: The second string
DC-4 story
Britain's first swept-wing jets
The Spad 7
F-51 operatiosn in Korea
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
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very good condition
London - 1981 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17417
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Air Enthusiast - 17: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
How Britain won the Schneider Trophy
Fokker D VIII
The Mig Killers of Korea
AWA Flying Wings
Supermarine's "Shagbat"
... and more ...

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80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1981 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17419
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Air Enthusiast - 18: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
The first generation of Mig fighters
Bristol Bombay Stratocruiser - the end of an era
Estonia's Air Force 1919-1940
... and more ...

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80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1982 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17420
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 21: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
In this issue:
The (Shooting) Star of Korea
Vickers Commercial One
The Gamecock Story
Dornier Do 24
Snowbird Through the Lens
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1983 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17422
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 27: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Finnland's Soviet bombers
The racing Sea Furies
Douglas P-70
Bristol Brabazon
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 in combat
a Vickers biplane family
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1985 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17427
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 28: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Polands Pulawski Fighters
Indian coastal defence flights
the Bristol Blenheim family
teh audacious Caravelle
Forest Fighting Fighters
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1985 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17428
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 30: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Brazil's beautiful aircraft collection
First generation Do 17S
The Flamingo Story
Tante Ju revival
Northrop F-15A
More Hueys in Vietnam
... and more ...

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80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1986 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17430
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 32: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
SB-2 bombers in Spain
Ben Howard's DGA family
The Northop XP-56
Bristol Scouts in WWI
Green Hornets and Black Ponies in Vietnam
Restored P-47S
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1987 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 11720
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 32: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
SB-2 bombers in Spain
Ben Howard's DGA family
The Northop XP-56
Bristol Scouts in WWI
Green Hornets and Black Ponies in Vietnam
Restored P-47S
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1987 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17431
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 33: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Fifty years of SAAB Aircraft
The origins of submarine aircraft
Vickers Wellington
Miles magisters in Turkey
Blenheim Triumph and Tragedy
Thirty Three Hours to Fame - The Lindbergh flight
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1987 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17432
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 35: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Chronicle of the remarkable ANT-6
Early days at EL AL
Bristol's Fighter par Excellence
Skywarrior story
The Brazilian Air War
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1987 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17434
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 37: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Fairey's first fleet fighter
The Dassault Ouragan in detail
What happened to Amelia Earhart?
Convair F-106
Focke-Wulf's versatile Owl
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1988 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17435
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 39: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Horten brothers and the all-wing saga
the unloved Albemarle
the Bulgarian Air Arm in WWII
Singapore - Short's last biplane 'boat
Catalina
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
Bromley, Kent, England - 1989 - Tri-Serivce Press
Art.Nr. 13636
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 39: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
Horten brothers and the all-wing saga
the unloved Albemarle
the Bulgarian Air Arm in WWII
Singapore - Short's last biplane 'boat
Catalina
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
Bromley, Kent, England - 1989 - Tri-Serivce Press
Art.Nr. 17436
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 8: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
In this issue:
The Fokker DR l - A Reappraisal
Ford Trimotor
Nightintruder - Korean Style
Vought's Dive-Bomber Monoplanes
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1979 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17411
12,00 EUR
 
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Air Enthusiast - 9: Historic Aviation Journal
Green, William - Swanborough, Gordon (editors)
Contents:
The oldest Boeing
Odd Saga of the first Grumman
Aw's willing Whitley
The Trend-setting 247
Tip-Towing trials
The last of Die grossen Dessauer
... and more ...

Softcover, large format
80 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
London - 1979 - Fine Scroll Publication
Art.Nr. 17412
12,00 EUR
 
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Air International - 1977 November
General Dynamics F-16
Training RAF Aircrew
The Skua in Retrospective

Magazine
52 Seiten / pages
many photos and illustrations
good condition
London - 1977 - The Air International
Art.Nr. 12387
3,00 EUR
 
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Air Transport World 1973 October: Special report - Commuter Industrie


Magazine
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England - 1973 - Art.Nr. 9449
3,00 EUR
 
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Air World, Volume 37, Number 2 1985
With articles about the X-29 (NASA´s forward swept experimental aircraft), the future of supersonic transport, and an 42 pages supplement "Turbine-Engined Fleets of the World´s Airlines 1985"

Magazine
31 Seiten / pages
many photos
very good condition
1985 - Esso
Art.Nr. 844
2,00 EUR
 
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Air-Britain Digest 1977 November-December: The Journal of the International Association of Aviation Historians
James, Thurstan (Editor)


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England - 1977 - Art.Nr. 9444
5,00 EUR
 
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Aircraft - Heft 1
Inhalt:
B-2 Stealth Bomber
Concorde
Der Eagle im Golfkrieg

Zeitschrift
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München - 1992 - Topic Verlag
Art.Nr. 12177
4,00 EUR
 
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Aircraft - Heft 112
Inhalt:
Cessna T-37 und A37
DeHavilland Moth
Puma Einsatzprofil: Teil 2

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München - 1995 - Topic Verlag
Art.Nr. 12181
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Aircraft - Heft 4
Inhalt:
P-51 Mustang
Lufthansa: Teil 3
Kriegstaufe der Tornado

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München - 1992 - Topic Verlag
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Aircraft - Heft 6
Inhalt:
Northwest Airlines
Gunship im Vietnamkrieg
Lockheed F117

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Aircraft Archive - Fighters of World War Two - Volume 2: A detailed collection of original scale aircraft drawings


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95 Seiten / pages
many photos and scale drawings
very good condition
England - 1988 - Argus Books
Art.Nr. 17740
18,00 EUR
 
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Airport Bremen - 1967 - 1/2
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Bremsklötze weg! - Zentrum der Luftfahrtindustrie
Die neue Bahn
Elektronen buchen für die Lufthansa
Heimathafen der KLM
Drei Jahre Flugverkehr Bremen - Berlin
Idealisten gestern und heute
Nachtporträt eines Riesen
Zehn Jahre Nordpolroute
Junge und alte Adler
Eine Waffe mit Zukunft
Sammlung und Forschung
Superflugzeuge von morgen und übermorgen
Direktflugplan Bremen Sommer 1967
Glück ab

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34 Seiten / pages
Fotos
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Bremen - 1967 - Flughafen Bremen GmbH
Art.Nr. 6180
5,00 EUR
 
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Airport Bremen - 1969 - 1
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Vom Zylinder zur Spindel
Aufwind
Was ist „QC"?
Ein ausgewachsener Täufling
Gute Nachbarn
Flugschrauber von morgen
Vater des Drehflüglers
Satelliten, Sonden und Raketen
Brauhaus, nicht Bräuhaus
Direktflugplan

Zeitschrift
26 Seiten / pages
Fotos
sehr gut erhalten
Bremen - 1969 - Flughafen Bremen GmbH
Art.Nr. 6182
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Airport Bremen - 1969 - 2
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Jumbos in Sicht
Transall aus Biafra zurück
Airgate holt auf
Fernweh
Sprung über die Nordsee
Personalia
14. Juni 1919
Superlative
Der Bremer Ratskeller
Grünes Bremen

Zeitschrift
26 Seiten / pages
Fotos
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Bremen - 1969 - Flughafen Bremen GmbH
Art.Nr. 6183
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Atlantis - 1947 Heft 4 - April 1947: Länder / Völker / Reisen
Hürlimann, Martin (Herausgeber)
XIX. Jahr.

Inhalt
Umschlag: Segelflug am Rochers de Naye. Aufnahme E. Zipkes
ÜBER LÄNDER UND MEERE. Statt einer Einleitung: Einige persönliche Bemerkungen des Herausgebers
FLUGVERKEHR über den Nordpol, 1 Karte
FLIEGEN. Von Prof. Dr. Ed. Amstutz
WELTKARTE mit den wichtigsten heutigen Fluglinien
DATEN DER LUFTFAHRT 1900 - 1939
Aus „Der Flug der Lindberghs" von Bertold Brecht
Aus „Le Cap de Bonne-Esperance" von Jean Cocteau
DIE WELT AUS DER VOGELSCHAU. 20 Flugbilder
ZWEI FLIEGER - ZWEI DICHTER. A. de Saint-Exupery, R. Hillary. Mit 2 Aufnahmen
ÜBER MUT UND ABENTEUER, SCHICKSAL UND TOD. Aus den Werken von Saint-Exupery und Hillary
AEROPOESIA
FRAU IN DER SONNE oder Der bürgerliche Spaziergang. Von Massimo Bontempelli
BLÄTTER AUS DER BORDCHRONIK.
Die göttliche Schraube - Aus dem Testament von Otto Lilienthal (1848 - 1896) - Taisez-vous, c'etait terrible . . .
- I am Lindbergh ... - Zürich erwartet die Ozeanflieger!
- Fair Play am Nordpol - Der Pol-Flug der „Italia" - Amundsens Fliegertod - Rußland am Nordpol - Der „Retter von Folkestone" - Tiere fliegen - Eine neue schweizerische Luftfahrtsgesellschaft
SEGELFLIEGEN IN DEN BERGEN. 3 Aufnahmen von E. Zipkes
Zwei Aufnahmen vom Segelfliegen von Th. Heimgartner und Ch. Zbinden
DAS LUFTBILD UND SEINE PRAKTISCHE VERWENDUNG. Von Dr. A. Brandenberger. Mit 2 Photos
Zwei interessante archäologische Luftaufnahmen aus England
PHILATELISTISCHE UNICA als Geschichtsdokumente des Luftverkehrs
In Memoriam Walter Mittelholzer (1894 - 1937). Von Dr. W. Dollfus
Über den Flugtraum
Die Aufgaben der Fliegermedizin. Von Dr. F. v. Tavel

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48 Seiten / pages
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Zürich - 1947 - Atlantis Verlag
Art.Nr. 13499
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Avia Vliegwereld - 1953 Juni 25
Dutch language aviation magazine

Magazine
many illustrations
good condition
1953 - Art.Nr. 16249
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Avia Vliegwereld - 1953 Mei 14
Dutch language aviation magazine

Magazine
many illustrations
good condition
1953 - Art.Nr. 16248
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Aviation Magazine - 1985 No 897 - 14 Juin
French langauge aviation magazine with a special section:
SNECMA 40 ans

Magazine
62 Seiten / pages
many photos
good condition
France - 1985 - Art.Nr. 16317
4,00 EUR
 
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Aviation Week & Space Technology - 1997
This CD contains all issues of Aviation Week & Space Technology from 1997 including the 1998 Source Book. Also included are some photos from our 1997 Photo Issues and some video clips from our video tape collection.

The Articles on this CD are in textformat only. They are not a graphic reproduction of the layout in the magazine.

(The CD has been published in 1998 as a promotion edition for the CD containing all issues from 1991 to 1997, sold for 295 US$)

CD-ROM
very good condition
New York - 1997 - McGraw-Hill Publication
Art.Nr. 7458
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Bollie & Billie vertellen Sabena World Airlines Safety Story: Hoe Sabena vleugels kreeg
Roba, Jean
Comic in Dutch language about the safety procedures on board Sabena aircraft.

Magazine
16 Seiten / pages
comics
very good condition
1990 - Sabena
Art.Nr. 16234
3,00 EUR
 
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Cockpit - 1964 No. 8 Augustus: Het blad voor luchtvaart-enthusiasten
Dutch language aviation magazine.

Magazine
45 Seiten / pages
many photos
good condition
Maarn, Holland - 1964 - Cockpit-Uitgeversmij
Art.Nr. 16197
9,00 EUR
 
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1935 Hefte 4 bis 12 gebunden: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
2. Jahrgang 1935. Hefte 4 bis 12 zusammen gebunden.
Ein spannendes Zeitdokument. Hunderte Artikel aus allen Bereichen der Luftfahrt geben einen Überblick über den Stand der Technik dieser Zeit.

Halbleder, alle Ausgaben in einem Band gebunden
ca. 288 Seiten / pages
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1935 - Art.Nr. 12909
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1936 Heft 3 März: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
3. Jahrgang

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Leipzig - 1936 - Verlag Edgar Herfurth & Co
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1937 Heft 10 Oktober: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
4. Jahrgang

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Leipzig - 1937 - Verlag Edgar Herfurth & Co
Art.Nr. 16889
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1937 Heft 11 November: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
4. Jahrgang

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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1937 Heft 12 Dezember: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
4. Jahrgang

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Leipzig - 1937 - Verlag Edgar Herfurth & Co
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1940 Heft 12 Dezember: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
7. Jahrgang

Inhalts-Verzeichnis
Bomben auf England. Von Dr. Dos. Dabrock
Aerodynamische Vorbedingungen der Me 109
Über die Entwicklung der Fertigungstechnik bei den Henschel-FIugzeugwerken A.-G.
Vier Jahrzehnte Luftfahrzeugbau. Von F. Wittekind (Fortsetzung)
Amtliche Liste der Flugrekorde
2. Reichswettbewerb für Saalflugmodelle
Modellbauecke: Schalenkreuz - Zeitauslöser für Benzinmotor-Flugmodelle. Ein ganz einfacher Zeitschalter / Die angewandten Vergasersysteme im Modell-Benzinmotorenbau / Ein zweckmäßiges Flugmodell-Traggerüst
Luftfahrt-Patentschau
Industrie und Technik: Eine erfolgreiche Weiterentwicklung des Flugbootes Dornier Do 18 / Das italienische Rekordflugboot P 7 / Ungarisches Schulflugzeug M 25 / Russisches Großlandflugzeug L 760 / Monocoupe „Zephyr" / Swallow Ubungsflugzeug / Amerikanisches Luftfilmgerät „C-3 Explorer" / Schwanzloses Flugzeug mit spreizbaren Querrudern / Luscombe, Modell 1941
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Bücher für den Weihnachtstisch

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Leipzig - 1940 - Verlag Edgar Herfurth & Co
Art.Nr. 16893
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Gebundener, kompletter Jahrgang.

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1941 - Art.Nr. 882
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1941 Heft 10 Oktober: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
8. Jahrgang

INHALT:
Deutschlands Luftwaffe unbesiegbar. Von Hauptmann Wulf Bley
Kriegsberichter im Einsatz: Eine dramatische Landung mit einer He 111 — Glückliche Heimkehr eines deutschen Jägers von Notlandung in der Felsenwüste von Finnmark
Die Träger der höchsten Auszeichnungen in der Luftwaffe
Einzelheiten der Konstruktion und Bewaffnnng französischer Flugzeuge
Welchen Flugbereich können die Flugzeuge der nächsten Jahre aufweisen?
Zwölf-Zylinder-Boxer-Motor Aircooled (Franklin) 12AC-596
Amerikanische Flugmotoren bis zu 100 PS
13. Reichswettbewerb für Motorflugmodelle
Modellbau-Ecke: Über den Kraftstoffverbrauch der Modellmotoren. — Die wichtigsten Daten amerikanischer Leistungs-Motorflugmodelle
Industrie und Technik: Junkers Hochleistungsflugmotor Jumo 211 — Muskelflugzeug Antonio Mazzei — Ende der Mayo-Konstruktion — Reid and Sigrist - Snargasher — Zwillingskonstruktion Vickers-Armstrong — Französisches Rennflugzeug Holste 20
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Neue Bücher

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Leipzig - 1941 - Verlag Edgar Herfurth & Co
Art.Nr. 16901
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1941 Heft 3 März: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
8. Jahrgang

Inhalts-Verzeichnis:
Zum Tag der Luftwaffe 1. März 1941. Von Oberstleutnant W. Aschoff
Kriegsberichter im Einsatz
Das Taktverfahren, die Fabrikationsmethode im modernen Flugzeugbau
Komfort im Kleinflugzeugbau von $ 1848 an
Hautpflege bei Metallflugzeugen. Von H. Otto
Zehn Jahre betriebsreifer Schweröl-Flugmotor
Das Zweisitzer-Segelflugzeug „S 21" - Motorsegler WF 23
Modellbauecke: Konstruktionshinweise für Benzinmotormodelle - Seitenleitwerksberechnung bei Flugmodellen
Luftfahrtpatentschau
Industrie und Technik: Ikarus „Aero II" - Neuartige Tragflächenverkleidung -Blackburn „Botha" - Kampfflugzeug -Die versenkbare Landebahnleuchte -General Aircraft „Owlet" - Neues englisches Jagdflugzeug - Fernaufklärungsflugboot Short Sunderland als Kampfflugzeug - Sportflugzeug Stinson 105 als „Gegner" - USA: Luftausblasen zur Widerstandsverringerung an Flugzeugen - Photo-Schablonen in USA -Fletcher-Ubungsflugzeug - Beechcraft IRB-1 - Verbesserte Instrumentenbrett-Beleuchtung - Verstell-Luftschraube für Leichtflugzeuge - Neuartige Dollies für Schwimmerflugzeuge
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Er war der Erste: Paris-London-Flieger Friedrich 50 Jahre alt
Neue Bücher

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Art.Nr. 16894
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1941 Heft 4 April: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
8. Jahrgang

Inhalt:
Das Produktionsproblem in USA
Generalluftzeugmeister Generaloberst Udet 45 Jahre alt
Kriegsberichter im Einsatz
Nahaufklärer Focke-Wulf Fw 189
Der Entwicklungsstand des Höhentriebwerkes
Fernleitungen an Flugzeugen. Von Herbert Müllenbach
Zahlenwunder des Jumo 211
Fragen um den Dieselmotor. Von Fritz Wittekind
Modellbau-Ecke: Fliegende „Wetterfahnen" — Abnehmbare Motorvorbauten für den Flugmodellbau — Abnehmbares Fahrwerk für Gummimotorflugmodelle — Welche Länge gebe ich meinem Gummimotor?
Industrie und Technik: Konstruktionen der Wiener-Neuslädter Flugzeugwerke (Amphibium-Flugzeug „Wn 11"; Dreibein-Flugzeug „Wn 16") — Versuchsflugzeug De Havilland T. K. 5 — Fairly Battle Trainer — Summit HM-5 Kunststoff-Flugzeug
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Leipzig - 1941 - Verlag Edgar Herfurth & Co
Art.Nr. 16895
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1941 Heft 6 Juni: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
8. Jahrgang

INHALT:
Englische Ansichten über Flugzeug-Bordbewaffnung
Kann ich Werkpilot werden? Von Dr.-Ing. Ludwig Petzold
Kriegsberichter im Einsatz
Ferngesteuerte Flugzeuge — Interessante Merkmale des französischen Jagdeinsitzer VG 88.
Die Verstell-Luftschraube vom fliegerischen Standpunkt betrachtet (Schluß)
USA: Leichtflugzeuge mit Triebwerken bis zu 100 PS
Modellbauecke: Eberl-Modellbenzinmotor — Dieselmotor für Flugmodelle — Ein schwedischer Benzinmotor — Modellbenzinmotor Peugeot — Luftschraube für Segelstellung in Gummimotormodellen — Leerlaufeinrichtung für Gummimotormodelle mit Luftschraubenhaube — Interessante italienische Benzinmotor-Flugmodelle
Luftfahrt-Patentschau
Industrie u. Technik: Motorenwechsel in 20 Minuten — Siebe-Gorman-Schlauchboot — 4 neue Lycoming-Motoren von 100-175 PS — Stearman Jensen „Ariel" — Neue Skis für Leichtflugzeuge — Spanisch. Uebungsflugzeug H.S. 42 — Englisches Jagdflugzeug Hawker „Typhoon"
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Neue Bücher

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Leipzig - 1941 - Verlag Edgar Herfurth & Co
Art.Nr. 16897
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1941 Heft 7 Juli: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
8. Jahrgang

INHALT:
Italiens Luftwaffe im Kampf
Kriegsberichter im Einsatz: Sechzig Maschinen am Boden zerstört — Über dem brennenden Litauen — Vernichtende Angriffe auf sowjetische Flugplätze — Die große Luftschlacht bei Dünaburg
Moskaus Stolz und Hoffnung
Die Träger der höchsten Auszeichnungen in der Luftwaffe
Entwicklungsrichtungen in der italienischen Luftfahrttechnik
Motorsegler C 10 mit einklappbarer Luftschraube
Alpines Segelfluglager Flims 1941
Modellbauecke: Tragende Leitwerke — rationell? — 12. Reichswettbewerb für Segelflugmodelle — Ausscheidungsfliegen in Leipzig
Flugpionier Gerhard Sedlmayr 50 Jahre alt — Luftfahrtpatentschau
Industrie und Technik: Sason Jagdente J47
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Art.Nr. 16898
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Der Deutsche Sportflieger 1941 Heft 8 August: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Luftfahrt
Seyboth, Karl (Ing., Hauptschriftleiter)
8. Jahrgang

INHALT:
Sowjetsterne fallen vom Himmel. Von Herbert Rudolf
Kriegsberichter im Einsatjz Wir hetzen die Sowjetkolonnen — Zwei gegen Sechzig — Deutsche Luftherrschaft am Eismeer — Vom Arado-Flugzeug gekapert
Torpedoflugzeuge
Versuchsflug mit brennendem Motor
Sprengnietung
Ergebnisse des alpinen Segelfliegerlagers Flims
Italienischer Flugmotorenbau. Von Fritz Wittekind
Sturmbannführer Otto Bräutigam t — Fräs- und Sägeeinrichtung für Plexiglas — Boeing 314 A
Modellbauecke: H. S. 107-Benzinmotor- Wasserflugmodell — Zeitschalter aus Photoauslöser — Kompaßsteuerung mit Glyzerindämpfung
Luftfahrtpatentschau
Industrie und Technik: Flugmotor Bramo Fafnir, Baumuster 323 P
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Neue Bücher

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Leipzig - 1941 - Verlag Edgar Herfurth & Co
Art.Nr. 16899
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244 Seiten / pages
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1942 - Art.Nr. 881
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Der Flieger 1950 - kompletter Jahrgang: Älteste deutsche Luftfahrt-Monatsschrift
Älteste Deutsche Luftfahrt-Monatsschrift, gegründet 1921.
1944 mußten alle privaten Luftfahrtzeitschriften bis "nach dem Endsieg" eingestellt werden. 1950 erschien der erste Nachkriegsjahrgang (24. J.) dieser traditionsreichen Zeitschrift.

In diesem Band sind alle Ausgaben von 1950 fest eingebunden.

Halbeinen. Alle Ausgaben von 1950 in einem Band gebunden.
258 Seiten / pages
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München - 1950 - Luftfahrtverlag Walter Zuerl
Art.Nr. 12828
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Der Flieger 1952 Heft 10: 26. Jahrgang - Älteste deutsche Luftfahrt-Monatsschrift - vereint mit Luftpool - Luftfracht - Der Flughafen
Älteste Deutsche Luftfahrt-Monatsschrift, gegründet 1921.
Aus dem Inhalt:
Gloster "Javelin"
Die 13. Farnborough-Schau
Englands Luftfahrt-Industrie
Erprobung und Einsatz von Großraumseglern - 1. Fortsetzung
Die Segelflug-Weltmeisterschaften und der deutsche Segelflugsport
Verhindert Unfälle!
Franz Piasecki und seine Hubschrauber
u.a.

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Art.Nr. 11777
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