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by Philip Birtles

eBook Boeing 767 (Airliner Color History) download ISBN: 0760308268
Author: Philip Birtles
Publisher: Motorbooks Intl; First Edition edition (December 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1316 kb
Fb2: 1127 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Transportation

Philip Birtles's book contains a wealth of detail about the development of the 767, touching on two of its Boeing stablemates, the 757 and 777. Technical specifications also abound, along with a photographic walk around a Boeing 767-300ER at Gatwick

Philip Birtles's book contains a wealth of detail about the development of the 767, touching on two of its Boeing stablemates, the 757 and 777. Technical specifications also abound, along with a photographic walk around a Boeing 767-300ER at Gatwick. Photo captions are detailed and informative. My only complaint is the lack of interior photographs: two cockpit pictures (not bad), an old Business Class view, and a sketch of the newer 777-style interior.

Launched in 1978, Boeing's 767 widebody was developed in tandem with its narrow-body cousin, the 75. Boeing 767 Vol. 7 : Airline Color History.

Launched in 1978, Boeing's 767 widebody was developed in tandem with its narrow-body cousin, the 757. This all-color photohistory examines the development an. .

Boeing 767 (Airliner Color History). Philip Birtles's book contains a wealth of detail about the development of the 767, touching on two of its Boeing stablemates, the 757 and 777. 1853109460 (ISBN13: 9781853109461). Technical specifications also Nearly two decades after the Boeing 767 was introduced and first took to the air, this workhorse still plies the skies and, by all indications, will continue to do so for a long time yet. The design is an extraordinarly efficient and versatile one: it is economical on both short hops and major transcontinental voyages.

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ISBN 10: 0760308268 ISBN 13: 9780760308264. Publisher: Motorbooks Intl, 1999.

Airlifes Airliners: Boeing 767 v. 7. Title: Airlifes Airliners: Boeing 767 v. Authors: Birtles, Philip. The 767 is one of the aircraft designed to take Boeing into the 21st century. We take pride in serving you. Binding: Paperback. This text examines in detail the history, design, production and service of the Boeing 767. It includes a full technical specification including tabular detail of all models and variants, and a production listing.

The 767 is one of the aircraft designed to take Boeing into the 21st century

The 767 is one of the aircraft designed to take Boeing into the 21st century.

It was Boeing's first wide-body twinjet and its first airliner with a two-crew glass cockpit. The aircraft has two turbofan engines, a conventional tail, and, for reduced aerodynamic drag, a supercritical wing design.

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Launched in 1978, Boeing's 767 widebody was developed in tandem with its narrow-body cousin, the 757. This all-color photohistory examines the development and subsequent career of the jetliner that has since earned a reputation as one of the most reliable and economical aircraft for trans-Atlantic routes between the U.S. and Europe. All variants are depicted and described, from the 200 through the 400 series, and the aircraft are shown in scenic locations--both in-flight and on the tarmac--and dressed out in the liveries of airlines from around the globe. With approximately 1,500 of these popular jetliners still in service around the world, this colorful history is sure to pique the interest of aviation enthusiasts everywhere.
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BoberMod
Nearly two decades after the Boeing 767 was introduced and first took to the air, this workhorse still plies the skies and, by all indications, will continue to do so for a long time yet. The design is an extraordinarly efficient and versatile one: it is economical on both short hops and major transcontinental voyages.
Philip Birtles's book contains a wealth of detail about the development of the 767, touching on two of its Boeing stablemates, the 757 and 777. Technical specifications also abound, along with a photographic walk around a Boeing 767-300ER at Gatwick. Photo captions are detailed and informative. My only complaint is the lack of interior photographs: two cockpit pictures (not bad), an old Business Class view, and a sketch of the newer 777-style interior.
Between the time the book was published and the writing of this review, a great deal has happened, particularly in regard to the production of the latest variant, the 767-400. I hope that Mr. Birtles updates this text soon. With that, like the airplane namesake, this book will stand the test of time.
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The Airlife's Airliner series of books cover individual commercial aircraft types in an interesting, in-depth manner.
Each volume of this British series covers a unique commercial aircraft type from its design, production, entry into service, its usage by airlines, and in some cases eventual demise.
Each volume features plenty of color and black and white photographs of the subject aircraft along with a complete construction list (accurate to date of publication for aircraft types still being built).
This volume of this acclaimed British series covers the complete story of Boeing's first large twin-engined widebody airliner. Complete with design drawings, prototypes and more.