Air Disaster, Vol. 1

Read ! Air Disaster, Vol. 1 PDF by ! MacArthur Job eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. Air Disaster, Vol. 1 WELL worth the money! Dr. Leslie Dean Brown Ive read all three Air Disaster books, and in my opinion, this is the best one. With all of these books, the authors only include crashes that were caused by true accidents or mistakes made by people in the air industry; they do not include disasters based on terrorism or deliberate sabotage attempts.In my opinion, the most tragic accidents are the ones outlined in chapters 3, 8, 9, 12, 15, 17 and 18. In chapter 8, you witness how a DC9. Fascinating

Air Disaster, Vol. 1

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Rating : 4.44 (957 Votes)
Asin : 1875671110
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 183 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

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Some others may come as a surprise - the fate that awaited the Caravelle whose crew used its engines to clear fog from the runway for takeoff, and the DC-9 caught in the wake turbulence of a DC-10. Of 186 pages, Air Disaster Vol 1 makes compelling reading and is backed up with the excellent descriptive artwork, diagrams and maps of Matthew Tesch.. Each of the 18 accidents has been carefully selected to present a different facet of the problems facing the jet age, together with the answers that were found to them - different, rarely straightforward and uncovered only as a result of lengthy, dedicated, and painstaking investigation. Air Disaster 1 looks at the major aviation disasters of the jet age covering 1952 to 1977, from the early Comet, 707, Caravelle and Trident days through to the era of the widebody long range jetliner. Each chapter on each accident is a highly involved detective story in itself, one the reader l

WELL worth the money! Dr. Leslie Dean Brown I've read all three Air Disaster books, and in my opinion, this is the best one. With all of these books, the authors only include crashes that were caused by true accidents or "mistakes" made by people in the air industry; they do not include disasters based on terrorism or deliberate sabotage attempts.In my opinion, the most tragic accidents are the ones outlined in chapters 3, 8, 9, 12, 15, 17 and 18. In chapter 8, you witness how a DC9. Fascinating study of the dark side of flying Being a flight simulator enthusiast I bought this book to improve my knowledge of jet airliners, after establishing from internet reviews that Mr Job's books on the subject of air disasters are considered to be brilliant. I was not disappointed, and have already ordered Volume 2.I have always loved acquiring knowledge through case histories - in other words, not just reading the sometimes dry textbooks which provide general principles, but. Riveting From Start To Finish! -- 10 Stars!! -- David Von Pein What an excellent book this is. For that matter, all of the Air Disaster volumes by Macarthur Job are first-rate. It's hard to imagine cramming any more detail into each chapter than is provided here! And the illustrations are top drawer as well. Some of these drawings are actually quite eerie, giving the reader a look at what the accident must have actually looked like. These sketches, like the text, are very detailed as well. If you are

But lift the KLM aircraft did - just before reaching the other - only it was too late. "What did you say?" he asked over his shoulder. "Let's get the hell right out of here," he remarked to his crew: "Yeah he's anxious, isn't he?" Bragg agreed. With Captain van Zanten and First Officer Meurs both concentrating fully on the takeoff itself, only Flight Engineer Schreuder took in the possible significance of the two transmissions. "Did he not clear the runway then?" he asked the pilots. "Yes, he did," both pilots answered emphatically. . Excerpt. Captain Grubbs, still uneasy about occupying the runway in such poor visibility with the KLM aircraft's takeoff obviously imminent, was keen to be out of its way as soon as possible. The KLM

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