Air Transport Economics in the Supersonic Era

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Well - documented with photographs and diagrams, this book is a study of the key economic factors, and their application to future projects, in civil aircraft development and operation ( late 1960's ).

Characteristics

Book cover finish Canvas finish, Hardcover ( square back binding )
Special features Slightly damaged dust jacket
Condition Old, like new
Number of pages 355
Published date 1967
Languages English
Size 16 x 23 x 3 cm
Author Alan H. Stratford B.SC. ( Eng. ) - F.R.Ae.S. - F.R.S.A.
Editor Macmillan

Description

A new and original study of the key economic factors, and their application to future projects, in civil aircraft development and operation.

 

After a brief retrospect, the author explains the basic principles of flight economy and airline market research. ( ... ) The author covers very fully the situation at the time of writing on the supersonic airliners, estimates costs and operating economy for the U.K. - French Concorde and its probable U.S. competitor ; and finally takes a look at prospects for the future. ( ... )

À PROPOS DE CET AUTEUR
Alan H. Stratford B.SC. ( Eng. ) - F.R.Ae.S. - F.R.S.A.

Alan H. Stratford B.SC. ( Eng. ) - F.R.Ae.S. - F.R.S.A. qualified as an aeronautical engineer and economist, and flew as a pilot in R.A.F. Coastal Command. After over 20 years in the aircraft manufacturing and airline industries, he is now director of a firm of air transport consultants. He was formely Superintendent of the Performance & Analysis Department of the British European Airways Corporation ; Manager of the Transport & Economics Department of the former Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft Company ; and, more recently*, Aviation Research Manager of Hawker Siddeley International Ltd. 


* In the 1960's. 


( source : Air Transport Economics in the Supersonic Era )

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