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159 pages - 1981 - Used, good condition
This fine illustrated book is all about the next generation of aircrafts, future fuels as well as some of the " pioneers ".


Book cover finish Bradel, Hardcover ( rounded spine binding )
Used, good condition
Number of pages
Published date
Language English
21 x 28 x 2 cm
Author Michael J.H. Taylor
Editor Jane’s Publishing Company Limited


Who showed what at Paris ? Which new types made their debuts in 1980 - 81 ? What next for America's manned space programme, following the brilliant success of the first Shuttle flight ? Jane's Aviation Annual is your guide to the latest developments in the fast - moving world of aerospace. The events and issues of the year - Space Shuttle, the Paris Show, Stealth aircraft, future fuels, first flights - are recorded and analysed here by some of the world's leading aerospace writers.
Michael J.H. Taylor

Michael John Haddrick Taylor ( December 6th, 1949 ) is one of Britain’s most prolific authors. He began his meteoric writing career at the remarkably young age of 19, when a major publisher gave him the opportunity to contribute to a world - famous yearbook. Soon he was writing two, three and even four books a year under his own name, allowing his work to reach a much wider audience. This prestigious output of aero - space and other books exceeded 100 titles by the year 2000, gaining him five - star reviews and multi - million sales, with many translations to satisfy worldwide demand. 

In a major shift, and after producing three internationally acclaimed one - million - word books, in 2003 he gave up his previous writing genre to become a full - time novelist. His home, a converted Victorian school in a picturesque Somerset village, gave him initial inspiration to write historical novels based on areas of the West Country made famous in Thomas Hardy classics. Then, after completing his third historical novel in 2009 to form a trilogy, he changed to modern storylines for his later novels. 

Michael J.H. Taylor has published several books about aviation, such as : Missiles of the world ( with John W.R. Taylor, 1972 ), Encyclopedia of aircraft ( with John W.R. Taylor, 1978 ), Milestones of flight ( with David Mondey, 1983 ), The world's strangest aircraft ( 2001 ), The Times aviators : a history in photographs ( 2005 ). 

( sources : Austin Macauley Publishers, )

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