Aviation Week and Space Technology

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Aviation Week and Space Technology is a McGraw-Hill publication that specializes in aviation, defense and space agency news. Journalists for the publications use various sources to write and publicize "secret" or unpublished programs under development by various governments. The publication also features information concerning US aviation, defense and space programs. One of their best known journalists was Phil Klass, an unidentified flying object (UFO) debunker. The magazine has covered the aviation and defense industry for over 90 years since its founding on July 7, 1947.[1]

Publications

Other publications of the Aviation Week and Space Technology group include:

  • Overhaul & Maintenance
  • Aerospace Daily & Defense Report
  • Business & Commercial Aviation

Readership

As of June 30, 2010, the Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine had a qualified paid circulation of 86,250.[2]

References

  1. Aeroflight - Aircraft Magazines Guide accessed May 9, 2010
  2. Aviation and Space Technology - Average Circulation verified by the Audit Bureau of Circulation, accessed May 10, 2011.