Monthly magazine of the aviation industry. In the 1920s it was entitled 'Aero Digest: The Magazine of the Air' with typically 72-150 large format pages each, but by 1941 it was called 'Aero Digest including Aviation Engineering'. Each issue contained a number of feature articles plus a number of regular columns including: Digest of the News; Air Transportation; At the Airports; Private Flying; Washingtonia; The Air Services; About People; School Activities; Financial Notes; Coming Events; Reviews of Books etc. Aviation Engineering appeared as a pull-out supplement, concentrating on the latest technical innovations and techniques, aircraft design features and manufacturers news.
|Volume||Date||Contents & Condition||Price|
|Vol.10. No. 2,||February 1927||Clover Field by Will Rogers; Engineering in Aircraft; Hamburg Air Harbor; Ford's Monoplane complete (cover chipped)||$7.50|
|Vol.24. No. 4,||May 1934||Australlian Races, Thunderstorms & Line Squalls, Airport Business, Engineer Problems with Fight in Stratosphere, Propeller Effect in a Dive, Tropical Climates, GA-43 Seaplane, 1200 Horsepower Deschamps Diesel Engine, Fairchild Cabin 24, New Light Pobjoy Engines,||$7.50|
|Vol.26. No. 6,||December 1934||High Speed Wind Tunnel Tests, Engine Exhaust Colecter Rings, Appication of Polar Diagram to Tapered Beams, Fairchild XC-31 Cargo Transport, Radio Equipment, Direct Control Americn Wingless Autogiros,||$7.50|
|Vol.30. No. 3,||March 1937||Aero Digest Annual, Front cover creased with some missing areas, no back cover; Includes Directory of American Aircraft Manufactures; Engine Manufactures; Private & Commercial Aircraft; Military Aircraft; Private & Commerical Aircraft; Index to Manufacturers of Accessories & parts||$25.00|
|Vol.37. No. 3,||March 1940||Aero Digest Annual, Large Issue (272 pages); Includes Directory of American Aircraft Manufactures; Engine Manufactures; Private & Commercial Aircraft; Military Aircraft; Private & Commerical Aircraft; Index to Manufacturers of Accessories & parts||$20.00|