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Flightpath - Intl. Journal Of Commercial Aviation

Wed May 05, 2004 3:23 am

I just recieved volume one of FlightPath - The International Journal of Commercial Aviation and must say it is very well done. I paid $20 for a hard bound copy of it, which is a nice addition. The contents include:

- Commercial Aviation Review
- Air Transport Intelligence: This month reviews Argentina Airline Operations
- Type Analysis: Airbus Industrie Airbus ACJ
- Airline Focus: LOT Polish Airlines
- Paint Schemes: Tupolev Tu-154
- Classic Airliner: Aerospatiale/BAC Concorde (best part of the volume)
- Technical Info: Big Fan Engines
- Special Aircraft: Erickson Big Crane
- Airport Profile: San Francisco Airport
- Industry Profile: Regional Jet Phenomenon
- Commercial Pioneers: Pan Am Flying Boats
- Photo Feature: An-8s and An12s in Sharjah
- Variant File: Boeing 767

This is an excellent journal with great articles and excellent photographs and diagrams. At 186 pages, its an excellent addition to anybody's collection and I would recommend it to any hobbyist of commercial aviation.

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RE: Flightpath - Intl. Journal Of Commercial Aviation

Wed May 05, 2004 7:20 am

I ordered this about 8 weeks ago and have yet to receive it. It billed to my credit card about a month ago. How long did it take to recevie yours?
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RE: Flightpath - Intl. Journal Of Commercial Aviation

Wed May 05, 2004 12:08 pm

Yea, I had the same probelm. It took them about four weeks to get it to me, much to my dismay. You should really give them a call, eight weeks is far too long.
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RE: Flightpath - Intl. Journal Of Commercial Aviation

Thu May 06, 2004 7:21 am

Volume One is the Autumn/Fall issue from last year. I received volume 2 (winter) at least 10 weeks ago, and they've just queried my credit card details for volume three - so you guys have some catching up to do here. F.Y.I. issue 2 is just as good as the first, with articles on the A.380, Low-cost Airlines, Antonov Airlines, the Boeing 777, Dassault Falcon, Braniff International, Schipol Airport, TCAS, the Bristol Britannia and Nigerian Domestic airlines.
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