I have two editions of "Modern Commercial Airliners." I believe Gordon Swanborough is the editor. The older one (purchased in 1987) contains cutaways of the Trident, Caravelle, 737-200, and other oldies, as well as what was state of the art at the time. The newer edition i purchased at Barnes & Noble last year. I'll try to scan some of those and E-mail them to you, but it may take me a couple of days, since I have to get one of my lazy friends off his butt in order to use his scanner.
Boeing 777 wrote:
Sorry, I wouldn't be able to help you as what websites on those Aviagraphica drawings are.
But what are the titles and authors of the books do you have that contain these cutaway drawings?? I LOVE those drawings!!
As a matter of fact, I do have one book, Commercial Aircraft Markings and Profiles by Christy Campbell. I got this book back in 1991 at LHR(a/c spotter's heaven, passenger's hell). I don't think you could find such a book in the US - It's a British publication. It shows the cutaway drawings of the following a/c: A320, A340-300, 737-400, 747-400, 767-300, BAe 146-300, Fokker 100, Ilyushin IL 96-300, L-1011-500 and the MD-11 - eleven a/c in all! I sure would love to get more!
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