About Flight JournalFlight Journal is a magazine created expressly to capture the vital spirit, the drama and the evolution of man's winged adventure; fashioned to bring that experience directly to readers, to offer an unrivaled opportunity to "explore the aviation adventure". More Info
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I have subscribed to Flight Journal for five years, and have enjoyed every issue. Each issue is informative, fun to read and just the right length. The writers know what they are talking about, and seem eager to share their knowledge. I also enjoy when they include firsthand accounts from the pilots themselves. In terms of layout, the magazine is well laid-out. I would recommend Flight Journal to anybody interested in aviation history.