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by Mark Wagner,Guy Norris

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  • ISBN 0760306761
  • ISBN13 978-0760306765
  • Language English
  • Author Mark Wagner,Guy Norris
  • Publisher Zenith Press (May 22, 1999)
  • Pages 96
  • Formats azw mobi doc lit
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Transportation
  • Size ePub 1232 kb
  • Size Fb2 1529 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 623

In tracing Douglas' jetliner history from their first DC-8 to their ultimate mega-merger with Boeing in 1997, this book delivers coverage of America's most successful producer of jetliners. All Douglas jetliners are represented painted in a distinct livery in a variety of settings, in-flight and on the ground, inside and out: DC-8-30-40-50-60-70, DC-9-10-30-40-50, DC-10-20-30-40, MD-11-ER, MD-81-82-83-87-88, MD-90-30-50, and the MD-95. The historic roots of each Douglas design, reasons for evolutionary changes, and highlights of test programs and model careers are all covered. Also contains cockpit photos.

A full-color celebration of the Boeing family of jetliners. Each day millions of passengers fly to their destinations in 737s. Fine paper, nice color photos, good text, Mr. Guy Norris and Mr. Mark Wagner are guarantee writing about planes.

A full-color celebration of the Boeing family of jetliners.

Guy Norris, Mark Wagner. Title: Boeing Jetliners. Enthusiast Color Series . ISBN-10: 0-7603-0034-8. Author: Guy Norris, Mark Wagner. Series: Enthusiast Color Series . MBI, 1999 - 96 pagine. Douglas Jetliners Enthusiast color series. In tracing Douglas' jetliner history from their first DC-8 to their ultimate mega-merger with Boeing in 1997, this book delivers coverage of America's most successful producer of jetliners. Guy Norris lives in Irvine, California.

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Enthusiast Color S. Pagination. 85 Colour Illustrations

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Douglas Jetliners book. There are plenty of quality photographs by talented aviation photographers Guy Norris and Mark Wagner, who also provided the informative text; both a A Short but Decent Overview of Douglas Jet Airplanes. Fans of first-, second- and third-generation jet airliners from the Long Beach factory are sure to enjoy this interesting book. Individual chapters cover the Douglas DC-8 and DC-9 series, McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and MD-11 trijets, MD-80 series, and the MD-90 and MD-95 (Boeing 717-200).

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In tracing Douglas' jetliner history from their first DC-8 to their ultimate mega-merger with Boeing in 1997, this book delivers coverage of America's most successful producer of jetliners. All Douglas jetliners are represented painted in a distinct livery in a variety of settings, in-flight and on the ground, inside and out: DC-8-30-40-50-60-70, DC-9-10-30-40-50, DC-10-20-30-40, MD-11-ER, MD-81-82-83-87-88, MD-90-30-50, and the MD-95.

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Mark Wagner, RAeS, is a pilot and specialist aviation photographer

Guy Norris lives in Irvine, California. Mark Wagner, RAeS, is a pilot and specialist aviation photographer. He works as chief photographer for the international photo agency Aviation-Images. com as well as for many aerospace and advertising clients worldwide. He is based in London, United.

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Fans of first-, second- and third-generation jet airliners from the Long Beach factory are sure to enjoy this interesting book. Individual chapters cover the Douglas DC-8 and DC-9 series, McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and MD-11 trijets, MD-80 series, and the MD-90 and MD-95 (Boeing 717-200). There are plenty of quality photographs by talented aviation photographers Guy Norris and Mark Wagner, who also provided the informative text; both are presented in a pleasing proportion. For each aircraft type, early and later examples are presented, for example, we have both short- and long-bodied (Super) DC-8s, with Pratt & Whitney JT-3Cturbojets, Rolls-Royce Conway proto-turbofans, P&W JT-3D turbofans, and later-generation CFM-56 high-bypass turbofans. A brief appendix details deliveries of each type, from 1958 through 1998. A picture of a proposed blended-wing concept is thrown in for good measure. The book may be showing its age, but it is far from being outdated and presents a fine overview of Douglas and McDonnell-Douglas jet airliners in an informative and entertaining format.
GAZANIK
Very good book. Fine paper, nice color photos and very good text. Mr. Guy norris and Mr. Mark Wagner are guarantee writing about planes.
Hucama
My first flight on a Douglas aircraft in the late 1960's was on an early DC9-10/15 series of Trans Texas Airways, (some times derisively called Tree Top Airways) and later named Texas International Airways. Texas International then added to it's fleet the larger DC-30 model on which I also flew which included full span leading edge slats among other enhancements. In 1968 I flew a SAS DC-61 from Copenhagen to JFK on a return trip from Norway. I flew a Delta DC8-63 from Atlanta to Charleston. My first DC-10 flights were on Continental Airlines from Houston to Denver and return and on National Airlines from Houston to San Diego and return. In 1988 British Airways took over British Caledonian and in doing so inherited eight DC-10-30s. Thus, my most memorable flight on a DC-10-30 was on a British Airways aircraft with the registration G-MULL, "New Forest" from Dallas to Gatwick and return on the same aircraft in July 1997. And I did not learn until sometime later why it was so memorable. This specific aircraft was delivered to Ariana Afghan Airlines in 1979. In September 1984 upon approach to Khwaya Ranuash Airport in Kabul with 321 aboard, the aircraft was struck by what is thought to have been a ground to air missile. The plane landed safely, but, with crippling damage to the hydraulics, the wing and the port engine, which essentially detached from the aircraft. It was repaired and later entered service with British Caledonian as G-MULL. Upon the British Airways acquisition, this aircraft and the other DC-10-30's in the BC fleet were named after forests in England, thus "New Forest". The realization that I had actually flown on this aircraft, twice, is an especially important remembrance for me. This Norris-Wagner book is an interesting history of the jet airliners built by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation from 1955-1999.
Dozilkree
Given the book's size and colorful presentation, at first glance it appears to be a benign coffee table book. But it provides a clear and detailed explanation of the rise and fall of Douglas Aircraft. Guy Norris' enthusiasm for the saga of aviation is infectious. Worthy as both a technical and social history.
Yozshubei
This book is really GREAT, but there is hardly any mention of the first users of the airplane, especially the DC-8 section. the rest of the book is very good.