Not sure I agree with that, there were forward and back arrows to allow for scrolling through each issue plus the thumbnails down the side. Scan quality was/is quite adequate to read the text and image quality is a function of that of the originals, which is not that great pre-1945 or so. The search engine could have been better, but then you know the pitfalls with search engines yourself . The biggest weakness was the missing issues which they could sure do with filling.
Same magazine, but this collection only goes to the mid-1930s, not sure if it is a complete set either.Are these ? https://archive.org/details/Flight_International_Magazine?&sort=-downloads&page=3 or an other magazine ?
Hi all, first time posting here for many years - if at all, I can’t remember..
I’m still lamenting the continued loss of the archive, and was looking for some advice, if at all possible?
If I wanted to try and find an article that was published in any given year, how can I go about this - did Flight ever make yearly indexes/glossaries that summarised the contents of all the issues that year?
(specifically, I’m looking for something that I think was in an issue from 1984/5, relating to “Aviation in the year 2059 AD”, by John E. Allan...)
I have a question: Is there some way to put the archive on a server so that more people can access it (or have it "mirrored" or "twinned" there, so forum persons here could access it)? If this could be considered, that would be very helpful. I myself would like to access Flight International for the years 1969, 1971 and 1972. (All for Soviet space items)