Air Disaster, Volume 3
You are there on the flightdeck as ten major airline accidents unfold in concise and spellbinding detail. The fascinating, ongoing story of how international passenger jet flying has developed through tragedy to become safer than walking down the street! Why these airliners crashed and the valuable lessons leared are fully revealed in this informative book. Sftbd., 8 1/2"x 11", 156 pgs., 200 bandw ill.
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