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by Gerard Frawley

ePub The International Directory of Civil Aircraft 2001/2002 download
Author:
Gerard Frawley
ISBN13:
978-1875671526
ISBN:
1875671528
Language:
Publisher:
Australian Aviation (March 1, 2001)
Category:
Subcategory:
Military
ePub file:
1375 kb
Fb2 file:
1555 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
656

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Frawley, Gerard (2001). Forecast International Archive - Ayres Loadmaster 200 (a Microsoft Word document). Fyshwick, ACT, Australia: Aerospace Publications Pty Ltd. ISBN 1-875671-52-8. Flug-revue LM 200 page. This article on an aircraft of the 1990s is a stub.

com User, March 11, 2001. This book is truly fascinating

book by Gerard Frawley. com User, March 11, 2001. This book is truly fascinating. This is easily the best civil aircraft book in the world, it lists specifications and tells the history of the model, from a Cessna 152 to the Boeing 777 they are here! Great book and a must have for all aviation enthusiasts! 0.

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Book by Gerard Frawley
  • The guidebook was published when major market changes were shaping new product trends in civil aviation. Very light jets were being designed. New, ultra-efficient airliners (like the Boeing 787, next gen Airbus A320 and A350, and the Boeing 737 Max) were in conceptual design. The revolutionary Airbus A380 was in design. Regional jets were catching on. Business jets were moving away from "performance at all cost" to more efficient, less wasteful designs. Piston singles, twins, and traditional twin turboprops were fading away.

    This book captures all those trends and brings them to you in a simple encyclopedic format. The technical information included with each model is relatively complete, if not always accurate. Each entry includes a color photograph of the aircraft, technical specs, production notes, and a brief historical essay. There are no three-views or cutaways.

    The overall quality of books like this frequently leaves much to be desired, but these guides are the best of a sometimes ugly lot.

  • This is an essential guide and reference for any aviation library or enthusiast even in 2015. Coverage is superb with relevant and most popular models listed and you'll find clear, accurate and concise data. I have a decent library of Janes All The Worlds Aircraft over many years but this is my first go to reference for civil aircraft.
    You can find plenty of used library copies for sale and it's definitely worth buying. Makes for enjoyable reading if only to familiarize yourself with most of the period GA aircraft you'll encounter flying or observing.

  • Others have described The International Directory of Civil Aircraft as the "bible" of civil aviation references, and I would heartily agree. Each type of aircraft referenced has an excellent color photo, performance information that breaks the numbers down into metric and standard (making it a truly international reference guide), and a great synopsis of each aircraft type's history. All of this makes IDOCA a great guide for both aviation professionals and enthusiasts, and I'm distressed to see the 2003/2004 edition listed as "out of print" here on Amazon. One of this guides biggest benefits is its currency (a new edition every two years), and I sincerely hope that Mr. Frawely will continue making this excellent reference. I can't wait to purchase a 2005/2006 IDOCA edition!

  • The 1999/2000 edition of this book is even better than the 1997/1998 edition. Great pictures, explinations and very well laid out to make it easy to look through.

  • This book is truly fascinating. I had bought the 1997-1998 edition back in late 1997 because it just stood out from all the other books which I saw. It was just so comprehensive, everything that any aviation enthusiast could want. Without any delay I snapped up this edition when it became available. I find it readable and never boring, even if I pick it up to review something small. An excellent book.

  • This is easily the best civil aircraft book in the world, it lists specifications and tells the history of the model, from a Cessna 152 to the Boeing 777 they are here! Great book and a must have for all aviation enthusiasts!

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