Aviation Postcard related Sites
If you are interested in old or hard to find aviation postcards, I recommend the pages of
He offers a monthly auction, several lists of fixed priced postcards and a nearly complete list of all Braniff cards ever issued.
Here is another another collectors page.
offers a list of airline issued cards on his site.
Mike Charlton, a collector from UK, now placed his Web-site. Beside a list of his swap list he introduces his Airline and Airport of the month.
Since the beginning of 2000 Oliver Lamparter, a guy from Switzerland,
offers his swap list with a picture of every card. Therefore this this site is highly recommended.
coming from Malta has an online swap list available. If you have a lack of Air Malta cards in your collection this is the place for you. Recently he has started to add pictures of the cards.
One of the most Interesting swap lists
Another collector who is showing parts of his collection is
Since he is coming from Japan the main topic of his site are cards of japanese carriers.
Another German collectors are online (Karsten and Gesine Thiee).
They offer sticker as well as post cards for trading
Commercial aviation & aerophilatelic literature, air mail covers and air crash covers.
World's largest stock of crash covers
American Air Mail Society (AAMS)
World's largest and second oldest aerophilatelic society. Publisher of the American Air Mail Catalogue and the monthly "Airpost Journal". The AAMS holds two meetings each year at major philatelic exhibitions, and offers many services for the aerophilatelist.