Aviation classic

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Aviation classic

description Interest magazine
publishing company Motor Presse Stuttgart GmbH & Co. KG
First edition November 23, 1999
Frequency of publication 8 times a year
Sold edition 16,545 copies
( IVW  Q2 / 2013)
Editor-in-chief Overall editorial management of aerospace: Michael Pfeiffer
Managing Editor Philipp Prinzing
Web link www.klassiker-der-luftfahrt.de
ISSN (print)

Classic aviation is a German-language magazine in the field of aviation history and technology for the air- and space-interested reader, which is aimed at an audience interested in history. It appears eight times a year.

Aviation classic is part of the so-called power pack of the aerospace division of Motor Presse Stuttgart GmbH & Co. KG, which also includes the Flug Revue and aerokurier magazines .


Aviation Classics provides information on the history of general aviation , powered flight, aviation and aeronautical engineering as well as their outstanding inventions and designs. The magazine follows in the footsteps of airplanes , pioneers and pilots who made history, presents historical photos, precise three-page drawings and comprehensive documentation on historical aircraft and their fascinating technology .

Web links


  • Aviation classic: Flug-Revue Edition; The most fascinating aircraft in the world. Motor-Presse, Stuttgart DNB 02451313X .