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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Aviation Magazin, ISBN/Box 9781910415900, Series Airliner World Special, Publisher/Brand Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 100, Version sb, Language English
Produced by the industry-renowned team behind Airliner World, Boeing 747 charts the development of the first widebody, an aircraft that brought air travel to the masses. With superbly illustrated articles paying tribute to the Queen of the Skies, this 100-page publication tells the story of one of the world's most iconic commercial airliners from the inside, through the people who fly it and the passengers it carries.
Test Flying the Queen of the Skies
We talk to Mark Feuerstein Chief Pilot Boeing 747 Programs about his role and experiences of flying the 747-8.
Planning a Giant
Chronicling the development of Boeing's behemoth which dwarfed its rivals and stablemates in both terms of size and expense.
Improving the Design
After the 'Classics' Boeing continued to improve the productivity and efficiency of its Jumbo Jets culminating in today's 747-8 - a huge leap in technology over its predecessors.
A profile of Cargolux which utilises an all-Boeing 747 freighter fleet on its extensive global network.
Keeping the 747 Flying
On board with British Airways which has completed a stunning cabin refurbishment programme on18 of its 747 fleet that will keep the jets flying into the next decade.
On Board With BOAC
British Overseas Airways Corporation was one of the early 747 operators, and with its introduction came some interesting design innovations.
AND MUCH MORE!
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