Imperial Airways

Imperial Airways Turn Away Passengers (The Aeroplane 75 Years Ago)  Magazines

Posted by sawk2x at July 18, 2015
Imperial Airways Turn Away Passengers (The Aeroplane 75 Years Ago)

Imperial Airways Turn Away Passengers (The Aeroplane 75 Years Ago)
English | 66 pages | PDF | 75,4 MB

The Aeroplane – The End of Imperial Airways  

Posted by crazy-slim at Jan. 10, 2015
The Aeroplane – The End of Imperial Airways

The Aeroplane – The End of Imperial Airways
English | 78 pages | True PDF | 84,3 MB

Aeroplane Classic Airliner – Imperial Airways  

Posted by crazy-slim at Nov. 15, 2014
Aeroplane Classic Airliner – Imperial Airways

Aeroplane Classic Airliner – Imperial Airways
Kelsey Publishing | 2014 | English | ISBN: 1909786411 | True PDF | 100 pages | 32,6 MB

Imperial Airways: From Early Days to BOAC (repost)  

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 7, 2015
Imperial Airways: From Early Days to BOAC (repost)

Imperial Airways: From Early Days to BOAC
2010 | ISBN: 1840335149 | English | 113 Pages | PDF | 41 MB
Imperial Airways: The Birth of the British Airline Industry 1914-1940 (repost)

Imperial Airways: The Birth of the British Airline Industry 1914-1940
2009 | ISBN: 1906537070 | English | 228 pages | PDF | 152 MB
Imperial Airways: The Birth of the British Airline Industry 1914-1940 (Repost)

Robert Bluffield - Imperial Airways: The Birth of the British Airline Industry 1914-1940
Ian Allan | 2009 | ISBN: 1906537070, 9781906537074 | English | 227 pages | PDF | 152.49 MB
Imperial Airways: the Birth of the British Airline Industry 1914-1940

Imperial Airways: the Birth of the British Airline Industry 1914-1940
Ian Allan | 2009 | ISBN: 1906537070 | 227 Pages | PDF | 152 MB
Imperial Airways (British Aviation History in Old Photographs)

Imperial Airways (British Aviation History in Old Photographs)
Stenlake Publishing | ISBN: 978 1840335149 | 2010 | PDF | 113 pages | 37,5 Mb

The very first book in new series entitled British Aviation History in Old Photographs with an anecdote filled narrative from Arthur W. J. G. Ord-Hume. A fascinating time-line from the days when air travel still held the promise of romance.
British Airways: An Airline and Its Aircraft, Volume 1: 1919-1939, The Imperial Years (Repost)

British Airways: An Airline and Its Aircraft, Volume 1: 1919-1939, The Imperial Years
Paladwr Press | 2005 | ISBN: 1888962240 | English | 119 Pages | PDF | 85,2 MB

British Flying Boats (Repost)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at July 1, 2009
British Flying Boats (Repost)

Peter London - British Flying Boats
Sutton Publishing | 2003 | ISBN: 0750926953 | 298 pages | PDF | 127.72 MB

The flying boat is a unique form of aircraft, with the ability to operate from sea or river and, in amphibian form, from land too. Over a hundred types of British flying boat and amphibian were built during a forty year period from the days of the pioneer airmen to the advent of the jet engine. Early attempts at flying from water were sometimes fraught, but during the First World War the practical military flying boat was steadily developed, serving with the Royal Naval Air Service as an important component in the campaigns waged against the naval forces of Imperial Germany - particularly her U-Boats. The inter-war period witnessed the growth in prominence of civil flying boats as commercial air routes became established worldwide, notably by Britain's Imperial Airways. Light civilian flying boats were produced for use by private owners and modest operators, while the military flying boats of the RAF were many and varied. Throughout the Second World War the flying boat defended Britain's sea routes around the globe with great success, and British examples were also employed by many of the Allied nations. Yet after the war, the type faded from widespread use and, despite resistance from enthusiasts, by the mid-1950s they had all but disappeared. The British flying boat today evokes and great nostalgia and the few remaining examples are carefully preserved for future generations to share.