From 1970 the year the AELR association was created, a small review entitled Brussels Air Museum Magazine was published. The first issue, now untraceable, was only eight pages long and was printed by the Air Force Public Relations Service. In the beginning the compilation of the journal was laborious and it is from the third issue that the journal takes on its particular form. It would take until 1983 for it to appear quarterly and until 2013 to see the appearance of colour illustrations.
The Brussels Air Museum Magazine publishes, among other things, interesting historical articles related to Belgian aviation. More than 50 years of editions are now hosted on the Brussels-Air-Museum website. In the form of a Flipbook, the editions from 1970 to 2000 are accessible to everyone. Consultation of editions since 2001 is reserved for members of the AELR association.
Become a member via this link and access on line the complete collection of the Brussels Air Museum magazine.
Please notice that the Brussels Air Museum Magazine is issued in French and Dutch only.