Military Aircraft by Enthusiasts WorldwideAuthor: Hoffen, GavinCode: 60792Price:AU $39.99Format: Paperback / 144 pages Publisher: GRUB STREET Published date:14/04/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-2 business days
Walk into any of the myriad aircraft museums dotted across the world and you can appreciate the wonderfully restored and preserved exhibits on display. But what about the many gems lovingly brought back to life and hiding away in peoples garages, sheds, barns and gardens? With Gavin Hoffens book you become a privileged spectator into a ......
Author: Cartledge, MartynCode: 60212Price:AU $29.98Format: PaperbackPublisher: DESTINWORLD PUBLISHING LTD. Published date:04/04/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
Discover the lost airlines and liveries of airlines from across Asia in this photographic book aimed at aviation enthusiasts. Hundreds of pictures, along with airline histories and descriptions, from a well-known aviation journalist.
From the An-22 to An-225, 1965 to the PresentAuthor: Gordon, YefimCode: 59868Price:AU $90.40Format: Hardback / 288 pages Publisher: SCHIFFER PUBLISHING LTD Published date:01/04/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
This book charts the development and service history of the Antonov design bureaus heavy transport aircraft. In the late 1950s, the Antonov design bureau began developing the An-22 heavy military transport, intended to carry 50 tons. Powered by four 15,000 hp turboprops, it was the worlds heaviest transport when it first flew in February 1965. ......
British Two Seaters of the Great WarAuthor: Bar, RonnyCode: 59770Price:AU $69.99Format: Hardback / 136 pages Publisher: MORTONS MEDIA GROUP Published date:01/04/2021Availability:Available, please contact us for availability
Artist Ronny Bar, a member of director Sir Peter Jacksons New Zealand-based Wingnut Wings team, presents the first collection of his astonishingly detailed First World War aircraft profiles - British Two-Seaters of the Great War. Two-seater aircraft were the workhorses of the Royal Flying Corps and from 1918 the Royal Air Force, operated in a ......
The Best Of Mariusz LukasikAuthor: Lukasik, MariuszCode: 60719Price:AU $36.59Format: Paperback / 124 pages Publisher: KAGERO OFICYNA WYDAWNICZA Published date:20/03/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
List of planes whose drawings are in the book: Hanschel Hs 123, Arado Ar 196, Messerschmitt Bf 109 A-D, Messerschmitt Bf 109 E, Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-B, Messerschmitt Bf 109 T, Messerschmitt Bf 109 F, Me 262 Schwalbe, Dornier Do 17/Do215, Curtis P-40, P-51 Mustang, SBD Dauntless, Ki 43 Hayabusa, Saab J29 Tunnan. drawing sheets in 1/72 scale
The First STOL AircraftAuthor: Forsgren, JanCode: 60402Price:AU $55.99Format: Hardback / 208 pages Publisher: FONTHILL Published date:18/03/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched from UK 1-2 business days
The innovative Fi 156 was the progenitor of today's STOL aircraft. Operated in large by the German Luftwaffe, it also saw service with more than 20 other air arms. Post-war, the Fi 156 continued in production in Czechoslovakia and France. Many were used in French Indochina. Today, the Fi 156 is a highly valued vintage aircraft.
The Definitive Visual HistoryAuthor: DKCode: 60221Price:AU $49.99Format: Hardback / 320 pages Publisher: DK Published date:18/02/2021Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-3 business days
Take an action-packed flight through the history of aircraft and the intrepid pioneers who made a dream become reality.Featuring more than 800 of the greatest commercial and military aircraft ever made, this visual celebration of aeroplanes and aviation traces the history of flight over the past century.With examples of the latest aircraft from ......
Flight Craft 20Author: Cole, LanceCode: 58978Price:AU $47.99Format: Paperback / 96 pages Publisher: PEN & SWORD BOOKS LTD Published date:03/12/2020Availability:Available. Usually dispatched 1-2 business days
The VC10, designed and manufactured by the men who would make Concorde, first flew in June 1962. The design incorporated advanced engineering, new aerodynamics, and design features, to produce a swept, sculpted machine easily identifiable by its high T-tail design and rear-engine configuration.