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Flying was a magazine beginning publication in January 1912, and serving as the official organ of the Aero Club of America. It was initially called the Aero Club of America Bulletin and the editor was Henry A. Wise Wood.

Other editors included Henry Woodhouse, Albert Francis Zahm, Jacques Mortane, and G. F. Campbell Wood (for a majority of editors with "Wood" in their surnames).

The publication included plenty of reporting on Aero Club doings and ceremonies, as well as opinion and theoretical pieces by well known people.

Not to be confused with Flying (London) published in 1902–1903.

Original title Flying
Simple title Flying
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Keywords airplane
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Publications in Flying or Aero Club of America Bulletin