Airlines Worldwide: More Than 300 Airlines Described and Illustrated in Color
|Rating||:||4.17 (784 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||300 Pages|
Awesome! A Customer This book is a amazing! It has great pix and has the history, call sign, destinations, and fleets of the airlines. The only problem is that there are a few errors in the typing but nothing that would bother you so much.It is also missing a couple of airlines but has all the biggies. GREAT BOOK!. Unexpectedly thorough Every obscure airline is covered. I liked the way that each airline was given its own page. Specific information about vehicle identification numbers was not given, which I think helped clarify the presentation. Still, the fleet size by airplane type was there.. "Great, stupendous, amazing!" according to A Customer. This is simply the best airline book I have ever come across. It has just about everything you're looking for. My only complaint is that it's from 1997 -- it should be updated ever year.
Several famous names have quietly gone out of business while a never-ending stream of "start-up" operators take their place.. New types have come into service such as the Airbus A330 and Boeing 777. Details the major airlines of the world, including base, call-signs and codes, brief history, route structure, and types operated or on order. This second edition is completely revised and updated to take into account the fast-changing airline business