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Last Chance to Fly: Rare and Historic Airliners Still in Use (2nd edition) (Destinworld 9780995530775)

Last Chance to Fly: Rare and Historic Airliners Still in Use (2nd edition)  9780995530775
Last Chance to Fly: Rare and Historic Airliners Still in Use (2nd edition) (Destinworld 9780995530775)
€ 12.80
EU: incl. tax € 13.95
Category:Books on aviation
Author:Robert Mitchell
No. Pages:120
Version:Soft cover
Availability:No longer available from us.

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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory Spottersbook, ISBN/Box 9780995530775, Publisher/Brand Destinworld, Author Robert Mitchell, Format a5, No. Pages 120, Version Soft cover, Language English

The popular 2011 guide has been completely revised. Find the world's rarest and oldest aircraft to fly on, from wartime aircraft to airliners from the 1960s and rare Soviet jets. Aviation enthusiasts love to fly on different aircraft and this book tells them where to do it, listing route and airlines.

Last Chance to FlyLast Chance to Fly gives you the opportunity to take a flight on a truly historic airliner.

The opportunity to fly on an aircraft type that is rare is sought after by many enthusiasts, both young and old. Whether it's wanting to relive the glory days of travel in a 1930s-era airliner, orsimply the chance to add a missing type of aircraft to your 'flown on' list before it's too late.

Last Chance to Fly details 46 different types of rare airliner, from the Airbus A300B2 to the Boeing 707 and de Havilland Dragon Rapide. With each, it lists the airlines still flying the type (sorted by continent and country), and the routes it flies on if known.

Aircraft covered:
- Airbus A300
- Airbus A310
- Airbus A318
- Airbus A340
- Antonov AN-12
- Antonov AN-24/26
- Antonov AN-72/74
- Antonov AN-140
- Antonov AN-148/158
- Beechcarft 18
- Beechcraft 99
- Boeing 717
- Boeing 727-200
- Boeing 737-200
- Boeing 737-600
- Boeing 747-300
- Boeing 757-300
- Boeing 767-200
- British Aerospace ATP
- British Aerospace BAe 146-100 / Avro RJ70
- Britten Norman BN-2 Islander
- Convair 440/580
- de Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide
- de Havilland DH.105 Dove
- de Havilland DH.114 Heron
- de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter
- de Havilland Canada DHC-7
- Dornier 328
- Douglas DC-3/C-47
- Douglas DC-4
- Douglas DC-9
- Embraer 120 Brasilia
- Fairchild Swearingen Metro
- Fokker 50
- Fokker 70
- Fokker 100
- Ford Tri-Motor
- Grumman G-21 Goose
- Ilyushin IL-18
- Ilyushin IL-62
- Ilyushin IL-76
- Ilyushin IL-96-300
- Ilyushin IL-114
- Junkers Ju-52
- Let L-410
- Lisunov Li-2
- Lockheed Super Constellation
- McDonnell Douglas MD-80/90 Series
- Saab 340
- Saab 2000
- Tupolev TU-134
- Tupolev TU-154
- Tupolev Tu-204/214
- Xian MA60
- Yakovlev Yak-40
- Yakovlev Yak-42

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