General Aviation

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  • For the love of Flying: the story of Laurentian Air Services

    Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail
    2009
    English
    X X X X X
    224 pg.

    How often does it occur that a historical researcher dives deep into the history of a beautiful nostalgic aviation company? Not so very often I believe, DHC-2 but this is in any way a  very successful attempt of the Canadian Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail. The combination of researcher, writer en specifically this aviation company (that unfortunately doesn’t […]

  • The last bush pilots

    Eric Auxier
    2012
    English
    X X X X X
    111 pg.

    A humoristic original guy the writer of this book is; Eric Auxier. He nowadays flies big ones, but there was also a short period that in Alaska he flew smaller ones. This book is drenched with everything that Alaska IS: fantastic landscapes, beautiful birds, desolate landsapes, mountains, a lot of bad weather and little opportunity […]

  • Flight

    Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
    2008
    English, Dutch and other
    X X X X X
    64 pg.
    978 90 257 4598 1

    I picked up this little jewel in the children’s section of a book store, on a shelf labeled “8 years upwards”. Well, I would love to be 8 all over again, because this is a beautiful book. Over the course of 50 pages or so, it deals with the basic principles of flying, outlines the […]

  • The spectacle of flight

    Robert Wohl
    2005
    English
    X X X X X
    323 pg.
    0-300-10692-0

    Never thought I would write 50 reviews about aviation books, but here it really is: my 50th review! And to think that, as a child, I hated books. I didn’t even read the bubbles in comic strips. I am humbly grateful to all those writers of beautiful books who gradually won me round! I carefully […]

  • Heroes and landmarks of British aviation

    Richard Edwards & Peter J. Edwards
    2012
    English
    X X X X X
    257 pg.
    978-1-84884-645-6

    My interest in British aviation dates from a good 25 years ago when, as a boy I was regularly to be found, practically glued to the perimeter fence of RAF Wildenrath in Germany, jotting down airplane numbers. I’ve fished out the notebook I used at the time. Thumbing through it I see among the entries […]

  • 100 jaar vliegen voorbij

    Arie de Bruin
    Kosmos Uitgevers
    2008
    Dutch
    X X X X X X
    430 pg.

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Nederlands.

  • Piloot van goed en kwaad

    Joost Conijn
    Bezige Bij
    2012
    Dutch
    X X X X X X
    207 pg.
    978 90 234 7442 5

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Nederlands.

  • Nog een verhaaltje dan...

    Jan Algera
    2012
    Dutch
    X X X X X
    221 pg.
    978-94-90008-10-9

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Nederlands.

  • History in the Arab skies

    Gerald Butt
    2011
    English
    X X X X X
    232 pg.
    978-9963-610-73-0

    Imagine you can teleport yourself back to the year 1922 and then imagine that you are flying over 500 miles of unending sand from Cairo to Baghdad without any landmarks to help you. Oh, yes, there are no radio beacons and you don’t have any GPS, ATC, etc. How do you do that? Simple! You […]

  • Aviation humor

    Ziva Bergman
    2012
    English
    X X X X X
    145 pg.
    978-94-90008-07-9

    Buy?!Aviation Humor via Amazon UK? Buy?!Aviation-Humor via Amazon USA? Whether you are a man or a woman, if you have long suspected that it would be easier to live with a plane than with your spouse, here, at last, is a book which will provide you with 16 reasons why a plane is more rewarding […]