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by John F. Purner,John Purner




101 Best Aviation Attractions
Download 101 Best Aviation Attractions epub
ISBN: 0071425195
ISBN13: 978-0071425193
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Transportation
Author: John F. Purner,John Purner
Language: English
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (July 1, 2004)
Pages: 224 pages
ePUB size: 1769 kb
FB2 size: 1114 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 371
Other Formats: azw docx lrf azw

Gavirgas
A good book for aviation enthusiasts.
Uttegirazu
very informative. full of info. lots of facts. came in handy, would buy it again. never a reason for a dull weekend.
Yalone
Outdated doesn't have for this year 2015, don't waste your money.
Nanecele
101 Best Aviation Attractions is a great book for aviation enthusiasts.
The book lists different aviations attractions and museums throughout the world. It has information about the event itself, in addition to hotel and other important information.
The only downside to the book is that it lacks an index of the location of ach item. An index of all attractions on a state-by-state basis would add a lot of value.
Other than that, this is a great guide for finding the best aviation events and attractions throughout the world.
OCARO
Gift!
Alsalar
The idea for this book was excellent and the research was good. Unfortunately, the production was poor. More on this at the end.
Much like mail order catalogs in the 1800s, this is a wish book. I doubt if any single person, even Mr. Purner, has been to all of the events listed in this book. I have been to more than a few and because of this book, I have learned of some more that I hope to visit.
The author describes each event with some good reading material then presents the relevent data. While the details of phone numbers and even dates change, it is incumbent upon travelers to check such things before heading out. It is preflight planning.
The bad news is that the publisher produced a not very readable book. The text is too small and not just for us old readers. Making the text even more painful to read are the way too narrow margins. To make all of of this much worse, there is plenty of available space that would have sucked up the space needed for larger type and wider margins. As it is this is a good reference and dream book, but not an enjoyable read.
It was hard for me to rate this book because of these production problems, but for me in the final analysis I rate the author and content more than production.