This important book - which contains drawings and diagrams prepared by a B.E.A. draughtsman - will make the reader discover the vocabulary of aviation in the early 1960's.
|Book cover finish
||Canvas finish, Hardcover ( rounded spine binding )
||Insert, Slightly damaged dust jacket
||Old, like new
|Number of pages
||14 x 21 x 2 cm
||Chatto and Windus Ltd
For a variety of reasons, the world - wide business of aviation is largely carried on in the English language. Words, drills and announcements have become standardized. It is not too rash to say that a new global vocabulary of aviation has come into being. Anyone wanting to serve in an airline in any capacity requires not only to learn the elements of his chosen profession but to learn them in English.
The author, who is in charge of staff training for British European Airways, has written a manual of aviation which will be in demand everywhere where airports have been planted throughout the world, as well as among the considerable number of those going into aviation every year in England. ( ... )