'Air Progress' was first published in January 1937. It was published quarterly until sometime in 1962, it then increased frequency to bi-monthly, and became a monthly publication circa early 1966. In October 1995 it changed it's name to 'Air Progress Affordable Flying', but reverted to 'Air Progress' in November 1996. It finally ceased publication in June 1997 (Vol.59 No.2).
|Year||Month||Condition & Contents||Price|
|1943||February||German Aircraft Industry; In Color: B-24; Mustang; Grumman Goose; Machine Tools; PT-25; Cutaways: German Daimler-Benz D.B. 601N; FW 190A3; Rivets; Avro Lancaster; BMW 801A;||$3.00|
|August||Cargo Gliders; Warplane Versatility; Cuban Eagles; B-24's; Grummans; Jimmy Doolittle; 3-Views: Design Progress;||$3.00|
|September||Chinese AF; Typhoon; Blimps; Defense Wepons; Zeke; CAP; Cutaways; Mosquito Details; Design Progress; Napier-Heston Racer||$3.00|
|1962||Summer||Sits Skycoupe; Over 100 Rolfe Aircraft Drawings; Carrier Action with NavAir; Chino Air Show; Antiques; First Monoplane||$3.00|
|Fall||Air Force Museum; F-100 Data; Private Jets; Forgotten Fighters; 40 yrs of Skyhooks; Case of Phony Fighters; Special Report on Bullpup||$3.00|