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Fblowjets

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My company told me to subscribe to about 5 aviation magazines to stay up to date on the industry. So I throw it out you... Which would you consider?

Besides AIN, AOPA, Professional Pilot (lost its luster)

Thanks
FB
 

JSky26

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Business and Commercial Aviation would be my top pick.
 

FlyingPieceOfSt

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Aviation Week & Space Technology. Subscription is expensive but you get what you pay for. Professional Pilot is free for a reason.
 

Lou3

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I get free subscriptions to the following:

Pro Pilot

Aviation International News

Business and Commercial Aviation

Airline Transport World (from my airline days)

All of them provide a unique perspective on the Aviation Industry and by combining each of them, I get a fairly well rounded perspective I think.

However, for years, I was a paid subscriber to many, many, aviation magazines however, they get expensive and so I down sized to just the freebies.
 

NCherches

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I still like reading Twin & Turbine (it might be called Turbine & Twin)...
 

ACL65PILOT

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BC/A is the best bar none. AWST is its sister magazine. I get both and there is a very good discount on the AWST if you are in aviation. I think I paid 140 for three years. I also get BC/A for free with the subscription. On top of that they send me MRO free of charge as well. All very good reads.
 

Twotter76

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BC/A used to have links around the internet for free subscriptions, does anyone know where to find one anymore?


BTW I still really enjoy Flying. Ive been reading it for as long as I can remember. There are some very talented writers publishing there. Granted it isn't the most useful for up to date industry info I still find it an enjoyable read.
 

regionalcap

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BC/A used to have links around the internet for free subscriptions, does anyone know where to find one anymore?


BTW I still really enjoy Flying. Ive been reading it for as long as I can remember. There are some very talented writers publishing there. Granted it isn't the most useful for up to date industry info I still find it an enjoyable read.

free subscription

http://efunda.tradepub.com/free/bca/prgm.cgi
 
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