Tupolev Tu-154: The USSR's Medium-Range Jet Airliner (Aerofax)

* Read ^ Tupolev Tu-154: The USSRs Medium-Range Jet Airliner (Aerofax) by Dmitriy Komissarov Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB. Tupolev Tu-154: The USSRs Medium-Range Jet Airliner (Aerofax) The Tupolev Tu-154 was one of the most successful and long-lived of Soviet/Russian jet airliners. This volume covers the Tu-54 fully, tracing its development and operational history and describing all known versions and variants, including some unrealized projects that were based on the airplane. Includes a detailed production list, operator lists on a country-by-country basis, accident details, and numerous color photos and line drawings.. It was developed in response to the need for a state-of

Tupolev Tu-154: The USSR's Medium-Range Jet Airliner (Aerofax)

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Rating : 4.63 (827 Votes)
Asin : 1857802411
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 176 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-11-28
Language : English

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"Complete and interesting to read!" according to B. Etgen. A good overview of the development, modification and service of the Tu-15Complete and interesting to read! B. Etgen A good overview of the development, modification and service of the Tu-154. There is also a great photographic overview of operators of the aircraft.. . There is also a great photographic overview of operators of the aircraft.. D. Carey said Good book about a Soviet aircraft. This is a good book about the TU-15Good book about a Soviet aircraft D. Carey This is a good book about the TU-154 aircraft, something that may be obscure to most Westerners. It explains how it was developed and the various variants. There are plenty of pictures of the different types of TU-154's. The author clearly knows his subject matter. The book is rather dry in tone though. It also includes a list of all TU-154's made and the airlines, past or present, that use them.. aircraft, something that may be obscure to most Westerners. It explains how it was developed and the various variants. There are plenty of pictures of the different types of TU-15Good book about a Soviet aircraft D. Carey This is a good book about the TU-154 aircraft, something that may be obscure to most Westerners. It explains how it was developed and the various variants. There are plenty of pictures of the different types of TU-154's. The author clearly knows his subject matter. The book is rather dry in tone though. It also includes a list of all TU-154's made and the airlines, past or present, that use them.. 's. The author clearly knows his subject matter. The book is rather dry in tone though. It also includes a list of all TU-15Good book about a Soviet aircraft D. Carey This is a good book about the TU-154 aircraft, something that may be obscure to most Westerners. It explains how it was developed and the various variants. There are plenty of pictures of the different types of TU-154's. The author clearly knows his subject matter. The book is rather dry in tone though. It also includes a list of all TU-154's made and the airlines, past or present, that use them.. 's made and the airlines, past or present, that use them.

. He works in the publishing industry and lives in Moscow. Dmitriy Komissarov is a respected authority on Russian and Soviet aviation

"If you've liked previous Aerofax books, or are a real fan of airliners then this is a book that you just have to own. (IPMS 2007-11-01) . Highly recommended." -Modeling Madness, May 2007, reviewed by Scott Van Aken (Modeling Madness 2007-05-10)"For those interested in the Tu-154, this is a must-have book." -Internet Modeler, July 2007, reviewed by Chris Banyai Riepl (Internet Modeler 2007-07-02)Product review

The Tupolev Tu-154 was one of the most successful and long-lived of Soviet/Russian jet airliners. This volume covers the Tu-54 fully, tracing its development and operational history and describing all known versions and variants, including some unrealized projects that were based on the airplane. Includes a detailed production list, operator lists on a country-by-country basis, accident details, and numerous color photos and line drawings.. It was developed in response to the need for a state-of-the-art medium-haul jet airliner that would succeed the twin-engined Tu-104. It became not only the principal medium-haul aircraft of the Soviet airline Aeroflot, but also one of the Soviet Union's best sellers on the commercial aircraft market. Sharing the 'T-tail' layout of the Boeing 727 an the Hawker Siddeley Trident, the prototype took to the air on October 3, 1968

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