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I Met Steve Piercy in Las Vegas shortly before his
untimely demise. The magazine is Top Notch when it
comes to following Prop Airliners. Our former bird
N836D was displayed in one of your issues many years
ago thanks to Steve. Keep up the good work.


Added: June 17, 2012
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Hello:
Sure enjoy your magazine and reliving some history of days gone by.
From 1978-84 I was employed in Honolulu, Hi. as a pilot for DHL Island Airways. At the time we were operating 2 DC-3s, 2 DC-6s, and 1 Lockheed Electra. I can say that I was privileged to be a part of that and consider those days to be the most fun flying I have ever done. It gave one a taste of what the propliner era was like. There is nothing like the sound of an 1830 or 2800 starting up or humming along at cruise all in sync.
I finished my career flying the jets at United but always but always remember the days of flying the big radials as the glory days.


Added: May 22, 2012
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Dear Sirs,my father flew Transair Dakotas,from Croydon and later from Gatwick,Viscount 700 and 800 series from Gatwick/Croydon for Transair and British United Airways before going onto BAC 1-11s.My mother use to fly as stewardess on Airwork Hermes,Vikings,Viscounts and also flying for Transair and BUA.She was the No1 on the Airwork Hermes G-ALDO that overshot the runway in Paya Leba,Singapore on 29th Oct 1957.We have got a few photos of the incident.Great website keep up the good work.

Added: February 21, 2012
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I have issues 1-44 for sale. The first 12 are in a binder. Any offers.
Can anyone help regarding photo of Britannia 4X-AGE. I flew in this aircraft when it belonged to BUA as G-ANCD. I've been looking for a photo for ages. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Regards and merry Christmas to all
John


Added: December 21, 2011
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Hi Dad! :D :D

Added: October 21, 2011
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Tony,
Having just received issue 127 and having renewed my subscription I just wanted to thank you and everyone involved with the magazine. I am fortunate to have every issue from number 1 and count the collection among my most precious possessions. I was not fortunate enough to meet Steven Piercey but am sure that he is proud of what the magazine has achieved since 1979. Best wishes from the Costa Del Sol.


Added: September 24, 2011
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thanks for agreat mag all off you at propliner.need back issues 1,3,5,8,to buy or just read.(photo copies would do)have just visited chandler az and what a sorry site from old.been a spotter from age 9 now just 65.have many memories from all these years.thanks :!cool:

Added: April 20, 2011
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Just received by parcels all published issues - from 34 to 123)))) I think, I have to make "Do not disturb" hanger for upcoming month or two))))

Added: February 15, 2011
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Great magazine,had the pleasure of meeting Steve Piercey once at an airshow. Great that the magazine survives with good stories and photographs. Superb articles on the Spantax,Trans Europa and TAE piston days. My uncle took me to Stansted c.1964 and watched a Martinair DC-7C start up and depart,when I was 11.

Added: February 7, 2011
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Just received issue N124 via the Aviation Society of Antwerp. As always perfect! Congratulations to all contributors and especially Tony MJ for keep going on with this magnificent magazine! The best in the universe.

from another propliner fanatic :!cool:


Added: December 29, 2010
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