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Have just received Propliner Annual 2016. It is really nice to see it back. Full of interesting articles and excellent photographs.Recommended!

Added: April 21, 2016
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Welcome back Propliner.
Just received the new 2016 annual and only a quick browse so far but it looks great and fantastic news the 'magazine' has been revived. Looking forward to it every year and hope it is a success which it deserves.
Good luck and all the best to Tony and team.


Added: April 17, 2016
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The best Propliner news of the year, the publication of the Propliner Annual 2016. I hope this will start a new tradition. :!clap:

Added: March 21, 2016
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thank you all at propliner,a very sad day.can any persons help with issues 1,5,and 8. :!cry:

Added: July 5, 2015
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Just now I read with great regret that Propliner is ceasing publication.Now I am pleased that despite changes of location etc I have managed to get every issue from Number 1 to No 139, I will of course get the last two issues.My thanks go to all those who were involved for so long,your efforts will be missed.I feel it is right too to mention the memory of Stephen Piercey at this time.
Thank you all so very much,

Donal Goggin


Added: June 23, 2015
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It is very sad to hear that Propliner is suspended. I am/was part of the team,
and I would like to express my thanks to Tony and the rest of the team, and also all the worldwide contributors who made this magazine so special. There are many aviation magazines about who produce articles and supplements about 'propliners' but they are never accurate, and almost laughable, in factual essays, andwritten by people who were never around in the big 1950s/'60s era. We know who they are, so no title names mentioned. Propiner will always stand head and shoulders for accuracy above these 'quick-sell' aviation magazines.

Roger Carvell


Added: June 9, 2015
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Want to thank Tony and, all who contributed to the magazin, for those wonderful 141 issues of Propliner.
:!cry:

BR
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Added: April 24, 2015
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So sorry to be reading the final edition of Propliner. I have every issue in my collection & have looked forward to receiving each & every one. A sad day indeed. Many thanks for the pleasure you have brought over the years & best wishes for the future.

Added: April 7, 2015
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Very sad news indeed...

Although I took notice of Propliner magazine only in the early 90's I was able to get every single copy from the Steven Pearcy era till issue 137 - and will sure buy the last back issues now.

It was the kind of magazine that had thorough and well researched articles (rare in the aviation editorial world nowadays) combined with excellent pictorial material. Its content was exclusive and rarely appeared outside - even after the Internet era.

After the demise of World Airline Fleets News in 2011 and the recent sale of Airways magazine to a new Editor (who I my opinion changed the magazine to worst), true aviation magazines for the hard core aviation enthusiast are slowing disappearing.

My thanks for Mr. Steven Pearcey and Mr. Tony Merton Jones for all the pleasure I had reading trough this wonderful magazine!


Added: March 30, 2015
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Long time subscriber too and very sad at developments. Thank you Tony for a first-class publication - in every respect!! Best wishes to you and your family.

Added: March 28, 2015
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