New Book Launch! Preserved Airliners of Asia & Australasia
This month we’re excited to announce another our new book for aviation enthusiasts, Preserved Airliners of Asia & Australasia – Including Military Transport Aircraft, which will be available soon!
This new title is brought to you by the team behind Airport Spotting Blog and our many other spotting guides and aviation books.
About the Book
Following on from our recent release, Preserved Airliners of North America (available here), this next book in the series is a useful, up-to-date guide on all of the transport aircraft currently preserved, undergoing preservation, or retained for use as instructional or training aids across the countries of Asia and Australasia.
The book includes over 500 airframes, including the many museum aircraft found in China.
This easy reference guide is laid out in a clear list style, and each aircraft entry includes:
- Aircraft type
- Markings, registration or serial
- Notes on whether it is a complete airframe or not
Entries also include the address, owner or museum of each aircraft, and specific locations to help you find it on the ground.
What the Book Covers
As well as all known preserved airliners in museum collections, this book includes instructional airframes (such as airport fire trainers), gate guardians, private homes, and harder-to-find aircraft in unexpected places!
The scope of the book includes civil airliners, both historic and modern, plus military transport and larger training aircraft, prototypes, and passenger-carrying seaplanes.
Ideal for aviation enthusiasts and spotters visiting Asia and looking for unusual aircraft to see in places other than airports. It makes planning trips easier, with a handy index and clear layout.
- China & Hong Kong
- Marshall Islands
- New Zealand
- North & South Korea
- Papua New Guinea
Where to Buy the Book
Preserved Airliners of Asia & Australasia is available to pre-order now from this secure link: https://airportspotting.samcart.com/products/preserved-airliners-of-asia–australasia
Once released, the book will be available on Amazon and in all good aviation bookstores.
Copies should be available early-September.