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The Observer's Book Of Aircraft - 1959

The Observer's Book Of Aircraft - 1959


"The Observer's Book of Aircraft is now by way of becoming the standard quick-reference book of 'what's on in the air'. This 1959 edition contains much that is not only new but of major interest to the future. Notable among these new aircraft are the big American jet airliners - the Boeing 707 and the Douglas DC-8 in their production forms.... As a cross section of recent aeronautical production The Observer's Book of Aircraft provides a clear picture o the current state of the aircraft world. Whether you approach it as a student of design, of operation, or of recognition characteristics, there is much to browse upon and to digest."

Type: Hardcover 

Condition: Excellent

Author: William Green, Gerald Pollinger

Language: English

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