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Airliners of the 2000s  (Paperback)

Aviation > Post-WWII Aviation Aviation > Reference

By Gerry Manning
Imprint: Key Publishing
Pages: 160
ISBN: 9781802822564
Published: 13th January 2023

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All decades of aviation have important developments and changes. In the 2000s, the European Airbus consortium finally overtook Boeing as the major producer of airliners, with a full range from the smallest, the A318, to the largest of all passenger aircraft, the A380. It saw the early jets either disappear or get converted to haul freight. The old piston-powered props still served in remote parts of the world but in declining numbers. On a sad note, the 2000s saw the final Concorde services, bringing to an end the era of supersonic passenger flights for perhaps many years to come. With over 300 colour photographs with extended and informative captions, this book details the many facets of commercial air transport around the world, from the smallest to the largest airlines.

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About Gerry Manning

Gerry Manning is the author of over 20 books, all of which have sold worldwide. He has also contributed pictures to over 25 books by other authors and regularly writes for many notable aircraft magazines.

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