The first one is Northbound Lady a great book in English and German:
The north polar flight routings from Europe to Asia, with their remote emergency airports and unique landscape are among the most spectacular airways in the world. This book joins the last big Trijet the McDonnell Douglas MD-11 on her journey via Greenland and the North Polar Sea to the fuel stop in Alaska and further via the Bering Sea
to Japan. The layover in Fairbanks gives a fascinating insight into live at 40° below zero and artic aviation with bush pilots and over fifty year old veteran airliners still flying the skies of Alaska.
It is expensive but has amazing pics please check it out here:
The second one is a great book in German and English as well about Frontier Airlines:
The third one is a book in German only about the Caravelle, for fans of classic jets a must have since it is a great book about a very great aircraft with amazing pictures and lots of history from the days before 737 and A320 have invaded our skies: