GIFTS FOR FATHER - VINTAGE CARS AND TRUCKS - ADULT COLORING BOOK
Put your creativity in the driver's seat with 101 Iconic Classic Vintage Cars And Trucks Coloring Book - The Ultimate Automobile Collection. This is the ultimate classic vehicle coloring book that has been expertly curated for adults and teens alike.
This book features over 100 illustrations and provides an immersive outlet for relaxation, creative exploration, and a trip down the memory lane of classic automobiles.
Imagine believing from a young age that you would die at thirty-eight. How would you live your life differently?
This belief drove Michele Smith to live her life in fast-forward. In her memoir, 38, the former model, actress, and host of American Thunder shares the adventures that arose from her certainty that her time on this earth was short. Follow her from her small hometown in Pennsylvania across countries, cultures, and careers as she uses candor and humor to discuss her true love in li
AIRPLANE STORIES AND HISTORIES chronicles two hundred years of aviation highlights including the exploits of pioneers such as Sir George Cayley, the Wright brothers, Charles Lindbergh, Wiley Post, Amelia Earheart, R. J. Mitchell, Sir Geoffrey de Havilland, Allan Loughead, Frank Whittle, and Kelly Johnson. Notable events and developments are discussed, first Atlantic flights, World War airplanes, jet engine development and post-war dedesigns. It concludes with a discussion of new designs...
Alfie and Pepper are best friends and live together.
Each day they wake up and experience a different adventure.
Alfie learns so much from his best friend Pepper.
Today they go on a narrowboat.
Alfie and Pepper - Two Different Dogs - Many Adventures
On March 10, 2019, at 05:38 UTC, Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, Boeing 737-8 (MAX), ET-AVJ, took off as a scheduled international flight, from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport bound to Nairobi, Kenya. It departed Addis Ababa with 157 persons on board: 2 flight crew (a Captain and a First Officer), 5 cabin crew and one IFSO, 149 regular passengers. The take-off roll and lift-off was normal, including normal values of left and right angle-of-attack (AOA). Shortly after liftoff, the left Ang
A Wrench in the Wings is a compilation of columns written for Air Maintenance Update magazine. Spending all my adult life either fixing aircraft or teaching others to carry on in that profession has been an enlightening journey. Based on stories that I related to my aircraft maintenance students, the benefits were three-fold. First, it tended to keep their attention with real insight into daily life as an aircraft mechanic. Second, it gave me a chance to show the more human side of myself while
Over the last 50 years, aircraft leasing has rapidly developed and increased in importance. Today, more than half of all commercial aircraft operators around the world lease more than 50% of their aircraft, and almost all airlines use leased aircraft for their operations. Leasing is now the most efficient way of acquiring aircraft, and is no more regarded as a capital substitute for second- and third-tier carriers with poor access to traditional debt and equity markets, or the "poor man's way"
Military HelicoptersRead the lessons learned from near misses by experienced military pilots. Their lessons could save your life.Get the lessons from the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom with crews featured from the RAF, RCAF, RAAF, UK ARMY, USAF, USCG, USN, US ARMY, and USMC.
Learn from the experiences of military helicopter pilots so you don't become another air incident statistic.
Packed with 61 easy-to-read lessons, this is a new survival guide for all helicopter p
Following WWII, with the encouragement of the U.S. government, airline service was expanded across the nation to include smaller towns and cities. This book tells the history of the 13 Local Service Airlines that were established to provide these services on a regional basis.
"50 Tales of Flight" captures the magic of flight from the ground up. The flight deck door has now been opened, taking the reader aloft in everything from biplanes to Boeings. From the alarm clock buzzing to begin the airline pilot's day to the threatening sound of silence when a light aircraft's engine fails and all that lies beneath are trees and cliffs. There are moments of pulse-racing tension and others of humorous relief to be found amongst this collection of stories from Owen Zupp's thir