The latest edition of Airliner Classics continues the series' remit to provide an in-depth look at the glory days of commercial aviation. Major articles include a survey of British post-war airliners, as well as the Handley Page Herald, West Germany's unconventional VFW 614 regional jet and the life and times of the Boeing 367-80, the ancestor of Seattle's modern airliner family. The multiple roles of the L-100 – the civil Hercules – are revealed, while the development of Dassault's beautiful Falcon business jets is chronicled.
Two contrasting airports, the UK's East Midlands and Wellington in New Zealand are profiled whilst airline features include El Al, the Israeli flag carrier, and the Dakota-operator FieldAir. 100 pages