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I shall miss "Propliner" very much; It brought back so many memories of my days at Gatwick with [original] Caledonian Airways & Transglobe
I just hope another publication appears, although it will be so hard to match "Propliner" :!cry:


Added: March 24, 2015
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Thank you very much Tony Merton Jones for the great work you have been doing all these years , I am quite sad to ear that you cannot continue and I certainly shall miss my copy of Propliner magazine as I was hooked since the very beginning .
I still have every single issues since number one and I will keep them forever.
I hope you will keep this website active and perhaps could you add a Propnews section here.
Thank you again Tony and all contributors and thank you Stephen Piercey.


Added: March 24, 2015
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Very sorry to hear that issue 141 will be the last. Your team of knowledgeable enthusiasts deserve an accolade for having produced a consistently excellent magazine for almost four decades. If printing costs have become a problem why not consider a digital version as I am sure there is still so much to write about. Farewell but not good bye!

Added: March 22, 2015
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Just been told that prop liner magazine will not publish anymore copies after No 141 don't know what the problem is but will all will find out very soon (Very sad day for prop enthusiasts). STEVE..". :!cry:

Added: March 20, 2015
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Propliner is for me the one and only magazine for prop driven aircraft. Superb reports, very good photographs and always uo to date. was agreat help for me finding propliners worldwide to use in my propliner dvds.
Regards, Alex Waning. APVW aviation dvds


Added: January 17, 2015
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First Manston, now Blackpool lost to the developers; Such a shame to see these airfields with so much propliner history lost; :!cry:

Added: October 16, 2014
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I met Stephen back in the eightys. He did one of the early stories in propliner about my Comany Classicair I had the two Connies at Van Nuys Airport, Ca.
Steve was one great young man.
From Ascher Ward :D :) :p ;) :o :D :!cool: :D :!cool: :!cooAirportl: :!cry:


Added: July 23, 2014
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MANSTON; just hope this historic airfield can be saved ! so much propliner history there; :!cry:

Added: April 24, 2014
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memories just keep coming back with every issue.a big thanks. :)

Added: January 18, 2014
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I first started buying Propliner about 30 or more years ago and when I read my first one I thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread! I also have all of them from issue 1, but, unlike some others, I WON'T be disposing them - everything else will have to go first! Well done and thank you to the team for keeping it going even as the propliner population diminishes close to extinction!

Added: August 3, 2013
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