What is Storm Climb?
Storm Climb is an “alternative aviation” magazine, focusing on fun and offbeat articles that often go unnoticed or unmentioned by the mainstream aerospace press, trade and hobby publications. While we may occasionally break news, our core mission is to report the fascinating, obscure and eccentric stories from across the world of aviation. So if you want to explore aircraft graveyards, learn about secret aircraft that may or may not exist, discover crazy homebuilt planes or browse stunning aerospace photography, you’ve come to the right place!
What Makes Storm Climb Different?
Storm Climb strives to blaze an entirely different trail to mainstream aviation press publications, reporting fun facts and intriguing stories in a highly visual format. Since aviation is intrinsically linked to travel, think of Storm Climb as the ultimate “aviation travel” magazine, transporting you to all manner of weird and wonderful places.
What is Storm Climb’s Mission?
Simply put, Storm Climb seeks to provide an entertaining one-stop-shop for anyone with an interest in aviation, whether a beginner or an expert. Our goal is to fire your imagination in ways the traditional press can’t always do, through a highly visual journey to places and subjects often omitted from the mainstream map.
Who is Behind Storm Climb?
It is our strict policy to credit photographers in full and provide a link back to the source of all images. Images used are either available in the public domain, copylefted (under Creative Commons licenses) or reproduced with the express permission of the copyright holder. Please let us know if we have credited an image incorrectly. Likewise, if you feel a photograph has been used unlawfully or against the terms of its license, please bring this to our attention so we can address it immediately.