Our latest publication, "Jet Airliners of the World - Airbus", is now available to order at www.air-britain.co.uk/actbooks/acatalog/JetAirlinersWorldVol1-Airbus.html#SID=12 This covers all the airliner products of Airbus Industrie from the very first A300 to the latest type, the A350, presented in our traditional layout and with our still unique Master Index feature. With the recent acquisition by Airbus of Bombardier's C Series now rebranded the Airbus A220-100 and A220-300 are also included. Space is available at the end of each type listing for the recording by the user of future deliveries. Hard back with 352 pages with data current till early to mid-June. Members price £19.95, Non-members £27.50.
(Note that because of the number of jetliners now built, we have had to split our previous single publication into three volumes - "Boeing" and "The Others" will follow later.)
Dear all, Have recently received the above newly published book thanks very much. However, I am a bit disappointed that the production listings have not been printed under each aircraft type, as in the 2007 edition. I for one keep a running tab on the number of frames I make for each airliner (as well as for biz jets and turbo props etc.) and, therefore having separate listings is far more beneficial to me. Out of curiosity, does this mean that when the "Boeing" production book will eventually be printed, are all the different Boeing types going to appear under just one production listing ? Also what is the significance of the pale grey line under each 10th new upcoming aircraft frame in the book ? In relation to a number of omissions/corrections etc., I will email Terry directly. Thanks anyway for producing this booklet. My records needed serious updating since the last publication ! ! I look forward to hearing any comments. Rgds Tim
Thank you Tim for buying the new book. Others have asked me to present the Airbus types with common c/ns sequences in the same listing. They are after all just models of a common type as are the Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 etc which as with the earlier book will be presented together.
To be clear the Boeing book when it appears in due course we will present the types in these listings
707 and 720 together - as last time 717 - the former MD95 727 737 Classics 737NG and MAX variants 747 757 767 777 787
and the C-135s and C-17s
The reason for the grey line after every ten future c/ns was to break up which would otherwise be a long boring list of numbers. We considers this is a sensible improvement.