Category: Book Reviews

10 new aviation books for January 0

10 new aviation books for January

There are a lot of new aviation books coming out in early 2014, and quite a few new ones that have appeared in the last few months of 2013. We haven’t brought you details...

Airliner World magazine Air Florida article 0

Airliner World magazine Air Florida article

If any of you read Airliner World magazine, which is published in the UK but available worldwide, the current (November 13) issue features my article on Air Florida. This airline was seen as one...

Thinking of becoming a pilot? Read Jason’s entertaining account – Book Review 0

Thinking of becoming a pilot? Read Jason’s entertaining account – Book Review

Jason Smart had always wondered what it would be like to fly a small aircraft, and had been fascinated by flight from a young age. After a terrifying flight in a friend’s microlight aircraft,...

Mumbai Airports in Airports of the World magazine 0

Mumbai Airports in Airports of the World magazine

Our new book title, Mumbai Airports Through Time gets a nice feature in the current Airports of the World magazine (probably the best enthusiast magazine on the subjects of airport spotting!) The feature shows...

Mumbai Airports Through Time – New photographic book 1

Mumbai Airports Through Time – New photographic book

I have been producing a new book by two prolific Indian photographers, entitled Mumbai Airports Through Time. The photographers are Sean DSilva and Jimmy Wadia. The book is a fantastic photographic journey from the...

London City article in Airports of the World magazine 0

London City article in Airports of the World magazine

An article about my visit behind the scenes at London City Airport can be found in the current (March/April 2013) issue of Airports of the World, published in the UK (but available online). In...

Last Chance to Fly for less than $1! 0

Last Chance to Fly for less than $1!

Our book, charting the airlines still flying the world’s rarest passenger airliners, has gone on sale for only $0.99 (usually $4.99)! Last Chance to Fly has been fully updated, and covers aircraft as diverse...

Catching the last DC-9-20 0

Catching the last DC-9-20

The Douglas DC-9-20 was one of the rarer variants of the type, and only ten were ever built. It was developed for Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) and their requirements for short-field takeoffs in remote...