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Aviator Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Aviator is an Australian aviation title covering General Aviation, Recreational, LSA, Ultralights, Rotary and Warbirds. Our team pride ourselves on being an inclusive title for the aviation community, covering all aspects of getting airborne and staying there. This exquisitely designed magazine is aimed both at those working in the industry and to ‘aspirational’ flyers. Humorous, sometimes controversial and certainly always lively, Aviator is packed with news, comment and world-leading image

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Aviator  |  April 2012  


The world of aviation is full of weird and wonderful machines, not to mention unique people whose intelligence and creativity has helped develop the industry into one of continuous innovation and foresight. With so much interesting stuff floating around, our weird and wonderful series has not only inspired many of our readers, it has also inspired those of us who write for this humble publication.
As always, this month’s weird and wonderful segment contains some interesting reading: the Startram-Maglev space train; AgustaWestland’s Aw609 tiltrotor; and the design of a record-breaking UAV supersonic jet. But as a self-confessed aviation history nut, I’m especially intrigued by the piece about the Kalinin K-7 flying fortress, a Russian heavy experimental aircraft developed in the 1930’s.
Aviator is an Australian aviation title covering General Aviation, Recreational, LSA, Ultralights, Rotary and Warbirds. Our team pride ourselves on being an inclusive title for the aviation community, covering all aspects of getting airborne and staying there. This exquisitely designed magazine is aimed both at those working in the industry and to ‘aspirational’ flyers. Humorous, sometimes controversial and certainly always lively, Aviator is packed with news, comment and world-leading images supplied by award-winning photographers.
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Aviator   |   April 2012   


The world of aviation is full of weird and wonderful machines, not to mention unique people whose intelligence and creativity has helped develop the industry into one of continuous innovation and foresight. With so much interesting stuff floating around, our weird and wonderful series has not only inspired many of our readers, it has also inspired those of us who write for this humble publication.
As always, this month’s weird and wonderful segment contains some interesting reading: the Startram-Maglev space train; AgustaWestland’s Aw609 tiltrotor; and the design of a record-breaking UAV supersonic jet. But as a self-confessed aviation history nut, I’m especially intrigued by the piece about the Kalinin K-7 flying fortress, a Russian heavy experimental aircraft developed in the 1930’s.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Aviator magazine print subscription.
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