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Aeroplane Classic Airliner Magazine

4 issues per year Write Review From the publishers of Aeroplane, comes a series of bookazines looking at notable airliners that pioneered a new era of air travel. Classic Airliner’s first issue covered The De Havilland Comet – the world’s first commercial jet airliner, and is now joined by the Bristol Britannia, with new titles appearing on a quarterly basis.

Exploring the design and genesis of each airliner in its historical context, the reader is encouraged to follow the ‘life’ of the aircraft via its design, production, crucial testing phase and ensuing entry into service.

Featuring beautifully restored pictures from the extensive Aeroplane archive, author and editor Francois Prins captures the history of the aircraft through detailed articles, illustrated drawings and special chapters focusing on the individual experiences of some of the pilots linked with the aircraft.

Unique to this series of bookazines is an elongated double-sided pull-out centrefold, which, at a massive eight pages, celebrates the size and scope of each featured aircraft with a detailed scale cutaway diagram and accompanying images.

Offering a remarkable insight into origins of scheduled passenger flights, Classic Airliner i

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Aeroplane Classic Airliner  |  BAC ONE-ELEVEN  


The full story of Britain's bus-stop jet
Design and development
Five decades of service in five continents
From the publishers of Aeroplane, comes a series of bookazines looking at notable airliners that pioneered a new era of air travel. Classic Airliner’s first issue covered The De Havilland Comet – the world’s first commercial jet airliner, and is now joined by the Bristol Britannia, with new titles appearing on a quarterly basis.

Exploring the design and genesis of each airliner in its historical context, the reader is encouraged to follow the ‘life’ of the aircraft via its design, production, crucial testing phase and ensuing entry into service.

Featuring beautifully restored pictures from the extensive Aeroplane archive, author and editor Francois Prins captures the history of the aircraft through detailed articles, illustrated drawings and special chapters focusing on the individual experiences of some of the pilots linked with the aircraft.

Unique to this series of bookazines is an elongated double-sided pull-out centrefold, which, at a massive eight pages, celebrates the size and scope of each featured aircraft with a detailed scale cutaway diagram and accompanying images.

Offering a remarkable insight into origins of scheduled passenger flights, Classic Airliner is a satisfying read for anyone nostalgic for a bygone era, or simply interested in the airliners of yesteryear.
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   Great Classic Aviation Magazine Reviewed October 1, 2018
A Great Classic Aviation Magazine, which I was pleased to find available here.
   Great find Reviewed July 16, 2013
Love the big photos and cutaways with these books, and each one seems to be better than the or before, looking forward to the next one.
   Classic Airliner 'Britannia' Reviewed May 18, 2013 SUBSCRIBER
The usual problems with 'reliance on the spell checker' but also a howler of a caption error on pages 6/7. The problem is having editors and proof readers who do not know their subjects. The aircraft depicted is a BRABAZON and not a BRITANNIA.. If there was only 1 Britannia built you would not have so many photographs to pad out the magazine. Otherwise another indictment of the British Aircraft Industry at that time where a world class design could not be produced quickly enough to be world class flyer.

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