The AHSA publishes a quarterly journal and a regular newsletter.
Aviation Heritage is the journal of the AHSA, providing carefully researched articles on topics related to aviation history in Australia written by AHSA members.
Aviation Heritage is rich in articles and stories that you won’t find anywhere else. From the obscure to the famous, the range of articles covered in “Aviation Heritage” is surprising and always satisfying. Often, individual articles are run over several issues due to the depth of research done by members.
Aviation Heritage regularly features colour sections, featuring fascinating and often never seen before images from members, and from Australia’s premier aviation image archive, “The Collection”. Articles cover a wide variety of topics including the people, the aircraft and the organisations which contributed to Australia’s rich aviation history.
Aviation Heritage is scheduled to be produced in March, June, September & December.
In its first year (1959) the AHSA published Monthly Notes.
From 1960 to 1983 the AHSA published the AHSA Journal, for a total of 22 volumes. Editions were sometimes monthly, sometimes bi-monthly, sometimes quarterly and sometimes annually.
In 1983 the journal was named Aviation Heritage (from volume 22 number 2 onwards).
The first 10 years of the AHSA Journal (including Monthly Notes for 1959) are available for reading online in the Aviation Heritage Web Archive.
Several sample pages and covers are shown below.