If you only have room in your collection for one book on WWII-erawarbird wreck histories and recoveries, then it should be this one.
Hidden Warbirds II
Further explores the romantic era of World War II warbirds and the stories of some of its most famous wrecks and recoveries.
Fly Now! A Colorful Collection of Flight
Exhibit of air travel posters featuring arresting, colorful art, rare archival material, and a unique approach to aeronautical history.
In Plane View: Abstractions of Flight
A must for lovers of airplanes, design and art, though you may never see aircraft the same way again.
Pays tribute to the Concorde, the fruit of forty years of remarkable human endeavor and achievement.
Area 51: The Graphic History of America's Most Secret Military Installation
Revealing in detail how the CIA, USAF, and Lockheed Martin have used Area 51 as a staging ground for test flights.
Aviation History Textbook by Jeppesen
One of the most significant books on Aviation History that has been published to date.
Vintage Aircraft Nose Art
Here is an unprecedented collection of the unique art that graced military aircraft in World War II and the Korean War.
The First Aviators
The age of aviation dawned not as a sunburst but as a tantalizing glimmer.
Aviation Century: The Early Years
Book covers the period from 1900 to 1939, exploring the eternal fascination with flight
Aviation Century: The Golden Age
Book is filled with tales of romance & adventure, of daring & bravado, as pilots break records, astound the public and prepare for war.
Aviation Century: World War II
Beginning in 1939-40 with the German blitzkrieg and the Battle of Britain, aircraft repeatedly turned the tide of war.
Aviation Century: Wings of Change
Dramatic story of the developments in commercial aviation through the end of the Twentieth Century.
Aviation Century: War and Peace in the Air
Book explores the influence of aviation in the major wars and minor conflicts since World War II.
Fairchild's Golden Age
Fairchild built the first successful large, high-speed between-the-shutter camera that was a major breakthrough in aerial photographic technology.
Howard's Golden Age
After building four of the most successful and famous air racers in the world, Benny Howard’s fame increased with each passing year.
Luscombe's Golden Age
The book includes the details on Don Luscombe and the efforts and successes of the company after Luscombe left the company in 1939.
Bellanca's Golden Age
This new series of books highlights a number of airplane manufacturers during the 1900s through 1950.
Piper's Golden Age
Book details how William T. Piper and C.G. Taylor got together, the bankruptcy of the company, and the ultimate breakup and split of Taylor and Piper.
Aeronca's Golden Age
Progressively details the events leading to the Aeronautical Corporation of America.
Cessna's Golden Age
CESSNA's GOLDEN AGE takes a look at Clyde Cessna and nephew Dwane Wallace, and the Cessna Aircraft Company from the early 1900s and on.
Area 51 - Black Jets
Offers the first fully illustrated chronology of Area 51’s most famous aircraft projects, including Lockheed's U-2 Dragon Lady and SR-71 Blackbird
The photos, many of which have never been published, tell the story of civil aviation; illustrating how quickly aircraft design developed.
An Illustrated Dictionary of Aviation
Spanning general aviation, commercial airline ops, the military sector, and more - airports to meteorology, avionics, aviation medicine, and beyond.
Fighter Pilot's Heaven: Flight Testing the Early Jets
Dramatic inside story of the American military's transition into the jet age, as told by a flyer whose life depended on its success.
The Concorde Story: Seventh Edition
Documents the early difficulties encountered on the way to commercial success as well as examining the tragic event at Gonesse in 2000.
Wild Blue: Stories of Survival from Air and Space
Gripping accounts of what some would call the greatest achievement of the century: controlled flight.
Dogfight: The greatest air duels of World War II
A chance to discover what it felt like to be a fighter pilot during World War II, flying some of the most iconic planes to have ever graced the skies
History of the airplane according to the modern machine’s major components––fuselage, wings, tail, landing gear, engine, etc.
In Plane View: A Pictorial Tour of Everett Factory Book
Get an insider view of the facility recognized by Guinness World Records as the largest building in the world by volume.
The Jumbo Jet: Changing the World of Flight
The legendary Jumbo Jet first took flight in 1969. Its sheer size captured the world's imagination and it changed the way people fly.
Remarkable: The Story of the Boeing 737
The Boeing 737 jetliner, launched in 1967, is without question the best-selling commercial jetliner in history.
A Brief History of The Boeing Company
Previously only available to employees, the official history book of The Boeing Company is now available to the public in an exclusive hardcover.