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    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Jun 2005
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    Boeing - The Next Generation On Sale Now!



    Produced by the team behind Airliner World, Boeing The Next Generation is a comprehensive overview of the US aerospace giant. Offering unrivalled behind-the-scenes access to Boeing Commercial Airplanes, including detailed profiles of its latest aircraft, how they are built and tested, and the engines that power them along with an overview of the manufacturers plans for the future.
    Boeing The Next-Generation is a must-read for industry workers and commercial aviation enthusiasts alike.

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    TESTING THE HEAVIES
    The maiden flight of any new aircraft is a major achievement for a company, but that is only the beginning. We examine the role of the test crews who are involved in the subsequent certification programme.



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    MODERNISING A LEGEND
    The Boeing 747 changed air travel forever. It revolutionised airline operations and opened up the possibility of non-stop intercontinental flight for millions of people. We look at how it has been updated for the 21st century.


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    BOEINGS VIEW
    Raymond Conner, Vice Chairman The Boeing Company, President and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, summarises the companys current and future strategies.


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    Boeing The Next Generation is AVAILABLE NOW from WHSmith and other leading newsagents for just 5.99 from Thursday 17 July. Alternatively, you can order your copy with FREE P&P* from our online shop.
  • J Boyle
    With malice towards none
    • Oct 2004
    • 9812

    #2
    I actually bought it.
    I enjoyed the piece on the history of the 737...
    There are two sides to every story. The truth is usually somewhere between the two.

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