Investigating the World's Most Mysterious Air DisastersAuthor: Negroni, ChristineCode: 51224Price:AU $22.99Format: Paperback / 288 pages Publisher: ATLANTIC BOOKS Published date:01/03/2018Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
What happened to MH370? How did Amelia Earhart disappear? When have quick-thinking pilots averted catastrophe and kept hundreds of people alive? And what, if any, are the lessons we have learned from these accidents?
Aviation journalist and air safety investigator Christine Negroni uses science, performance psychology, extensive ......
Author: Richard Champion de CrespignyCode: 25682Price:AU $19.99Format: Paperback / 368 pages Publisher: MACMILLAN DISTRIBUTN SERVICES Published date:01/07/2012Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-2 business days
On 4 November 2010, a flight from Singapore to Sydney came within a knife edge of being one of the world's worst air disasters. Shortly after leaving Changi Airport, an explosion shattered Engine 2 of Qantas flight QF32 – an Airbus A380, the largest and most advanced passenger plane ever built. Hundreds of pieces of shrapnel ripped through the ......
Significant Losses Since 1908Author: David GeroCode: 22746Price:AU $26.97(was
AU $44.95)Format: Hardback / 192 pages Publisher: HAYNES PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:01/04/2010Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
Each year dozens of military aircraft come to grief, ranging from fighters and bombers to trainers and transports. This work covers major military disasters worldwide and gives full details of the aircraft involved, its operator, route, location of crash, loss of life, and where known the reason for the crash.
Author: Susan OttawayCode: 21652Price:AU $59.99Format: Hardback / 180 pages Publisher: GARDNERS BOOKS Published date:01/07/2008Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-2 business days
On April 8, 1968, a BOAC Boeing 707 took off from Heathrow Airport. Number 2 engine on the port side caught fire as the aircraft left the ground. The pilot immediately began to bring the aircraft around to land it back at Heathrow. In the meantime, the offending engine fell off into a gravel pit. The aircraft was safely landed, but the fire ......
Forced Landings, Crash Landings & RescuesAuthor: Alec BrewCode: 21653Price:AU $57.99Format: Hardback / 240 pages Publisher: GARDNERS BOOKS Published date:01/07/2005Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-2 business days
Here are 23 instances of aircraft crashes where the occupants survived. There are ditchings in the sea, close encounters with trees and forced landings on coral reefs and in the Arctic wastes. It is a great read.