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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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I'm very sad that Propliner is shutting down.

I've been a loyal Propliner subscriber for many years. I always enjoyed reading your magazine, from articles about aircraft like the Viking that I was never able to experience, to trips to the farthest corners of the world. Every issue was an adventure. Your magazine's demise is a tremendous loss to our hobby, because the articles and pictures within it will never again be so accessible.

Rest assured that your hard work will not be forgotten. 100 years from now, I'm sure aviation historians will continue to refer to the historic information you so painstakingly documented in Propliner, in much the same way that maritime historians still refer to books and newspaper articles from the 19th century about the Clipper ships - and 22nd century aviation historians will be as grateful for all your hard work as Propliner's subscribers are.


Added: March 25, 2015
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Tony,
come on and tell me / all of us it is not true!
The saddest day of them all!
No PROPLINER any more: The world is coming to an end!
I have sent a letter by post to you, maybe with some ideas, hints and/or suggestions. Too much and too personal to type it in public along these lines.
Sorry, you had rather preferred an e-mail, I know, but I had to put it to paper.
Being the saddest person under the sun!
Hubert


Added: March 25, 2015
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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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