Welcome to the Latest Issue of AirForces Monthly

Issue Cover

The world’s number one military aviation magazine

AirForces Monthly Magazine is devoted to modern military aircraft and their air arms. Providing unrivalled news coverage – often exclusively – the editorial covers all aspects of military aviation, region by region, offering readers features on the strengths of the world’s air forces, their conflicts, weaponry and exercises.

Read from £2.50 per issue!

Subscribers can read the full issue here in page-turning PDF format or as individual features re-edited to suit the digital world.

Read the Issue

 

Ways to read AirForces Monthly

Single Issue

Subscribe and save

If you prefer to read online, subscribe to KeyAero Premium today. You’ll be able to read our leading aviation magazines online immediately, plus you’ll get unrestricted access to all content across KeyAero.com.

Thumbnail Feature Premium

Florida’s ‘bad guys’

Northrop’s veteran Tiger II still has a few more years ahead of it as an adversary...

Thumbnail Feature Premium

Africa’s forgotten war: Part one

In the first of a two-part feature, war correspondent and Africa...

Thumbnail Feature Premium

UAE’s modernisation drive

In the face of a perceived increasing Iranian threat, the United Arab Emirates’ military continues to modernise...

Thumbnail Feature Premium

Troubled times in the Special Administrative Region

Gordon Arthur examines the forces of the Hong Kong Garrison...

Thumbnail Feature Premium

Swiss Hornets in the UK

Mick Britton was at RAF Leeming as the Swiss Air Force undertook advanced flying training in the UK...

Thumbnail Feature Premium

Big brothers

Güvercinlik air base near the Turkish capital, Ankara, is home to the heavy-lifters of the Turkish Land Forces.

Thumbnail Feature Premium

‘New Cold War’ at the top of the world

Across the frozen Arctic north, Russia and the West are squaring up in a new confrontation...

Thumbnail Feature Premium

Wings over paradise

In French Polynesia, half a dozen military aircraft share a wide range of missions on a territory the size of Europe...

Thumbnail Feature Premium

Operation Helvetic Air Support

Steven Taylor examines the British Army Air Corps’ current support role to the Police Service of Northern Ireland ...

Thumbnail Feature Premium

Into the fighter- bomber business

The Luftwaffe’s Eurofighters are no longer flying exclusively air-to-air tasks.