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British Airways: Engineering an Airline

British Airways: Engineering an Airline by Paul Jarvis, ISBN: 9781445667065
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ISBN: 9781445667065
Publisher: Amberley Publishing
Published: 15 April, 2017
Format: Paperback
Language: English

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British Airways: Engineering an Airline

With superb illustrations drawn from the archives of the British Airways Heritage Collection, Engineering an Airline tells the fascinating story of BA Engineering, from the earliest days of commercial aviation in the early 1920s to the present day. As the UK's nationalised airline from 1924 until 1987 British Airways and its predecessor companies led UK civil aviation development. It is a story of technical skill, expertise and ingenuity. Curator of the Heritage Collection Paul Jarvis - who worked for over 50 years in various management positions at BOAC and British Airways - explains the complexities of running an aircraft fleet for as long as there's been such a thing!

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