Tales from a Crew Chief - 40 Years of Life with the VictorAuthor: Brooks, Roger R.Code: 55224Price:AU $65.99Format: Hardback / 224 pages Publisher: PEN & SWORD BOOKS LTD Published date:01/02/2019Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: February 2019
Chronicles the peaks and troughs experienced across a career lasting forty years. Roger Brooks worked as a Crew Chief on the iconic Handley Page Victor and has a wealth of insight to offer.
How the Airline Secretly Helped America Fight World War IIAuthor: Vaz, Mark CottaCode: 55090Price:AU $39.95Format: Hardback / 368 pages Publisher: SKYHORSE US Published date:14/02/2019Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: February 2019
The most important untold story of aviation history.
Spotlight OnAuthor: Erkmen, OmerCode: 51555Price:AU $38.70Format: Hardback / 40 pages Publisher: MUSHROOM MODEL PUBLISHING Published date:19/02/2019Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: February 2019
This book is the latest in a new reference series for aircraft modellers called "Spotlight On" and presents detailed illustrations of the famous Lockheed T-33 "Shooting Star" (or "T-Bird") American jet trainer aircraft.
Owners Workshop ManualAuthor: Cotter, JarrodCode: 49688Price:AU $54.19Format: HardbackPublisher: HAYNES PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:28/02/2019Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: February 2019
Undoubtedly the most famous Dr.1 pilot was Baron Manfred von Richtofen. Widely known as the -Red Baron-, von Richtofen was officially credited with 80 kills, 19 of them while flying a Dr.1.Richtofen became commander of the fighter squadron Jasta 11 in January 1917, where he flew the Albatross D.II and D.III. When he became a squadron commander, ......
Airframes and Powerplants in the Golden Age of AviationAuthor: Pearce, WilliamCode: 55105Price:AU $73.78Format: Hardback / 228 pages Publisher: SPECIALTY PRESS Published date:15/04/2019Availability:Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: April 2019
"Readers are brought from commercial air transport's very beginnings to the zenith of what is fondly referred to as flying in the "Golden Age of Air Transport," when jetliners were still on the drawing board or in early production, and still a dream to come for passengers and crew."--Provided by publisher.