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I Have Control : A pilot''s view
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The author, a fully qualified jet captain, went on to become an experienced pilot trainer and examiner, ultimately flying ten different types with nine different airlines. In this book he tells his story and that of the changing face of airline development
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Empire of the Clouds : When Britain%
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In 1945 Britain was the world's leading designer and builder of aircraft including the Comet, the first jet airliner, the delta-winged Vulcan, the Hawker Hunter and the Lightning to name a few. So how did Britain so lose the plot that today there is not a single aircraft manufacturer of any significance in the country?
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The Aviation Historian Issue 22
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De Havilland Comet 3; Arado mystery transport; Hawker P.1129; Westland Wyvern; Alf Gunstead; Gabonese Skyraiders; San Francisco Helicopters plus more
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Gone but not Forgotten: Defunct Britis
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This book covers a large number of British airlines that have ceased operating since 1946. Some collapsed due to financial difficulties and others were taken over by larger airlines or ceased operating altogether
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The Aviation Historian Issue 21
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An African Adventure, Cairo to Pretoria by Victoria 1934; 1957 Defence White Paper; AQV high-altitude monoplane of 1941; Indonesia’s indigenous aircraft-manufacturing industry plus much more
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The Aviation Historian Issue 20
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Endangered Species; Westland Whirlwind twin-engined fighter; Beneath the Sea Hawk’s feathers; Condor moment; Charles Blair; German Siebel Si 204 ; Hunting Jet Provost and BAC Strikemaster plus more.
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The Aviation Historian Issue 19
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The Pacific Express, the Fleet Air Arms 1945 Far East Ferry Route; 1957 Defence White Paper; USAAF Liberators in Australia; Flying the 748; Corsairs and Hellcats to Ceylon plus much more.
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Naval Fighters 103 Sikorsky S-43/JRS-1 A
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The book covers all users including civilian and post war users of 53 S-43/JRS-1 Baby Clippers which were ever produced (Includes 31 civil, 15 Navy, 2 Marine, and 5 USAAC).
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The Aviation Historian Issue 18
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The Real Catch 22 Joseph Heller's WW2 Combat Career; BOAC & THE VC10; Chateau d'ardenne 1930; Sea Furies at Lossiemouth; Curtis Lemay's KC-135; Fokker S.13 plus much more
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The Aviation Historian Issue 17
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Postcards from Vegas the 1959 World Congress of Flight; Suez, the Egyptian perspective; Peru's Stinson-faucets; ASJA Sk 10; Horace Buss; Naming the F-111K; flying the Dakota for skyways; Stefan Karwoski; empire air mail service
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De Havilland Drover - Australia''s O
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This book tells the story of the De Havilland Australia Drover and demonstrates that it most definitely was not a Dove with an extra engine. The author explains the genesis and design of the Drover as a replacement for the pre-war Dragon; the issue with the variable pitch propellers, which arguably sealed the commercial fate of the aircraft along with the attempts to solve this and the subsequent fitting of Lycoming engines
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The Aviation Historian Issue 16
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BEA and the trident saga; 125 Shootdown in Angola; New York Airways; Norway's wartime transport service; Silver city in Libya; German-Japanese technological co-operation; Leef Robinson VC; Custer and the channel wing.
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Heathrow Airport An Illustrated History
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A pictorial history of one of the busiest international airports in the world, Heathrow celebrates its 70th birthday in 2016 and this book charts the story of the airport through photos and a written history of the airport
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The Aviation Historian Issue 15
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Smile please! Dutch Fairey Fireflies get demob-happy in New Guinea; Dodgy DC-4: the short-lived first American International Airways; Ill-fated flyer: racing driver Ron Flockhart and his record attempt; Clandestine Cub: rescuing an Israeli secret patrol on five wheels; javelins in Zambia; Cody & Roe; Thunderjet transatlantic crossing; junkers K 43 plus more.
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The Aviation Historian Issue 14
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Vickers V.100; Wartime Soviet connection; Berlin Airlift skymaster crash; the Black Phantoms of VX-4; From Tokyo to Rome in 1931; Cody and Roe; Fokker Machtrainer; AERCAM Blying ejection seats; Bristol tourer in the USA
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The Pictorial History of BOAC and Asso
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The illustrated history of the B.O.A.C. and associated airlines, covering the fascinating story of the UK's long-range carrier from its formation in 1939 until the creation of British Airways in 1974.
£40.00
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