'Flying' is a magazine dedicated to professional pilots and flying, with not so much emphasis on sporting or recreational pilots. It has described itself as the "World's most widely read aviation magazine". Normal contents includes industry news and the general aviation market, aircraft flight tests, tips on navigation and flying techniques, new product reviews, first hand flying experiences etc. Only covers civil flying, piloting business airplanes. First published circa ? By May 1941 it was called 'Flying and Popular Aviation'. From May 1942 it was renamed 'Flying Including Industrial Aviation', before being simplified to 'Flying' from January 1944 onwards. Typically 90-114 pages each, roughly A4 size.
|Year||Month||Condition & Contents||Price|
|1942||April||Must Freeze Our Aircraft Designs; Japs ar Vulnerable; Private Pilot & the War; New Strategy; Identification; RCAF||$4.00|
|November||Towed Air Transports; Report from London; Escape from Java; Fly Them Over; Australia A.F.; Convey Patrol; Intruder Operation; Cobra||$4.00|
|1945||March||back cover missing, hellcat cutaway missing, shabby; New Civil Air Regulations; Artic Air Watch; Airports; Messerschmitts; Walt Disney's Antimated War; Spare Parts||$2.00|
|December||Outlook for Aviation; Instrimunts; Airports; Seaplanes; Sky Spies; Strategic Air Victory;||$4.00|